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Hi there 👋, I'm Alexandre Magno, a lead software engineer from Brazil living in Copenhagen and kinda of Nomad 🗺️

A little about me:

  • 🔭 I’m currently working at Cludedin as Lead Front End Engineer (
  • 🏠 I'm from Teófilo Otoni, Minas Gerais, Brazil, a small city in the country side
  • 🌱 I’m currently learning TypeScript and working with GraphQL to provide data visualizations
  • 👯 I've been working with app development, payment API's and now data management and Machine Learning
  • 💻 I’m looking to collaborate on Open-Source Software with Gitpay (
  • 📖 I’m always learning, specially because there's more JS frameworks than people :p
  • 💬 Ask me about science
  • 📫 How to reach me:
  • Fun fact: I re-created the software Lucifer, that answer all your questions -

And That's my activity

Anurag's github stats


  1. Bounties for issues on demand. Be rewarded by learning, using Git workflow and continuous integration

    JavaScript 150 142

  2. A React Material UI template to create rich applications with wizards, charts and ranges

    JavaScript 805 218

  3. The interface for Ahorta IoT plant

    JavaScript 21 5

  4. react-redux-gen Public template

    Generate actions and reducers based on naming convention to communicate with the api's using react with redux in one line

    JavaScript 1

  5. A ready to start React Native app with navigation and redux

    JavaScript 1 2

  6. This old msdos simple program that answer any question is back!

    CSS 4

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