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alexjstubbs/README.md

Hello 👋, my name is Alex and I am a "full stack web software engineer with a front-end focus," a proponent of the small web, and a retro hardware enthusiast.

About Me

I started designing and developing websites way back in 1997 on a Sega Saturn Netlink. Without a keyboard in hand, I hand-wrote my table based HTML markup in old notebooks to transcribe into CGI web editors utilizing an on-screen keyboard and controller, and of course, all while collaborating over IRC.

Luckily, times have changed and I now own both multiple PC's and keyboards. I have since worked on countless projects from interesting startups in various spaces, to enterprise level applications, as well as multiple personal and collaborative projects. I also founded Elemeno, a collective of talent functioning as a digital agency. You have most likely even seen some of my design work for large brand-names in the market.

Links http://www.alexstubbs.com
https://www.elemeno.dev
https://www.behance.net/alexstubbs

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