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Hi there, I'm ArtBIT

I am a full-stack software engineer with my focus slowly shifting towards the front-end over the last decade. I am a digital alchemist. I enjoy exploring the various technologies, learning about them, and combining them in various and creative ways, trying to create something new and interesting.

Current Skill Set

HTML5 | CSS3 | JavaScript ES6+ | TypeScript | React | Redux | Node.js | Express.js | PHP | Python | MySql | Arduino | RaspberryPI | IoT

If you want to reach me, just click these links:

Support Me | My Games | DeviantArt | YouTube

Top Langs

ArtBIT's Stats


  1. Image Triangulation

    JavaScript 21

  2. html5 random pixel sprite generator

    JavaScript 22 1

  3. Droptopus Public

    Droptopus allows you to create visual drop targets for files, links, and text, allowing you to process the dragged object via script or copy it to a folder.

    Python 2 1

  4. ips-qr-code Public

    IPS QR Code Generator

    JavaScript 33 5

  5. Tiny mouse cursor toy that hijacks the native mouse cursor and applies attractor and deflector forces to it, that are emitted from the page.

    JavaScript 11

  6. bash-tint Public

    BASH Colors for the masses

    Shell 11 1

479 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to ArtBIT/ips-qr-code, ArtBIT/html5-mandala, ArtBIT/yuconv and 19 other repositories

Contribution activity

December 2022

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
ArtBIT/ips-qr-code 1 pull request
5 contributions in private repositories Dec 1 – Dec 6

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