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oh, hello 👋

Fancy seeing you here. My name's Andrew and I lead the web and mobile engineering teams @helium.

  • 🏢 VP of Engineering @helium
  • 👨‍💻 Building things with: JavaScript, TypeScript, React, React Native, Elixir + Phoenix
  • 📥 Slide into my DMs: @allenan_
  • 👾 Find me on discord: bones#0001
  • ♣️ Chat with me on clubhouse: @andrew-allen
  • 😄 Pronouns: he/him
  • Fun fact: I like baking bread 🥖 with my cat 🐱

Looking to get involved with Helium? Here are some projects we're actively seeking contributors on:

Come join us in discord: discord.gg/helium

Pinned

  1. Official TypeScript packages for interacting with the Helium blockchain

    TypeScript 9 4

  2. Simple Elixir wrapper for the Coinbase Commerce API

    Elixir 1

  3. animal-based hash digests for humans

    JavaScript 8 3

  4. Ruby time and date comparisons for humans

    Ruby 113 3

  5. A Helium Blockchain Explorer

    JavaScript 17 21

998 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to helium/helium-js, helium/hotspot-app, helium/explorer and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

February 2021

Created a pull request in helium/hotspot-app that received 1 comment

Show other nearby hotspots on the map

resolves #271 open questions: are we ok with the zoomed out style of network hotspots? should there be a different style lower zoom levels? should…

+158 −22 1 comment
Reviewed 56 pull requests in 3 repositories
helium/hotspot-app 45 pull requests
helium/explorer 7 pull requests
helium/helium-js 4 pull requests

Created an issue in helium/hotspot-app that received 2 comments

Account flow PIN/notifications issue

During the account onboarding flow, after setting your PIN, we prompt you for notification permissions. we probably don't want to pop that without…

2 comments
21 contributions in private repositories Feb 4 – Feb 23

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