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Hi 👋, I'm Alan Verdugo

A passionate software developer striving to make a better world, one bug at a time. Currently working at IBM.


  • 🔭 I'm currently working on Gilbert, a free and open source educational mobile application.

  • 🌱 I'm currently learning about OpenShift, Spark and world history

  • 🤝 I'm looking for help with Gilbert!

  • 📝 I regularly write articles on

  • 💬 Ask me about Linux, Python, or continuous integration with Travis CI.

  • 📄 Refer to my resume (written in LaTeX and built with CI/CD!).

  • 🏅 There is a list of all the digital badges I've earned so far.

bash docker git jekyll linux postgresql python


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  1. resume Public

    Files and scripts used to build my own resume.

    TeX 20 5

  2. gilbert Public

    Gilbert is an open source application written in Python using Kivy. It was created by Alan Verdugo in order to help students learn about electricity and magnetism.

    Python 6 4

  3. QPX Public

    Python 2

  4. Slides for the talk at CUCEI (


  5. SCCM Public

    A collection of scripts and tools that I have created to work with IBM SCCM


  6. tools Public

    Just a set of tools that have been useful in the past and could be useful in the future.


195 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

October 2021

Created 3 repositories

Created a pull request in LRMD/ARManual that received 3 comments

Opened 2 other pull requests in 2 repositories
Call-for-Code-for-Racial-Justice/TakeTwo-Marker-ChromeExtension 1 merged
cicirello/user-statistician 1 merged
5 contributions in private repositories Oct 9 – Oct 24

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