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I'm a composer and programmer from Minsk, Belarus.


Feel free to contact me if you have any propositions.

I spend too much time for open source, but too little for commercial stuff. As the result I always lack money. If you like some of my projects, or music, or some of my contributions helped you, please consider donation.

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Contributed to ales-tsurko/ales-tsurko, miller-app/miller, ales-tsurko/kotoist and 5 other repositories

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January 2022

20 contributions in private repositories Jan 11 – Jan 18

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