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  1. Dapr is a portable, event-driven, runtime for building distributed applications across cloud and edge.

    Go 8.8k 601

  2. Dapr user documentation, used to build docs.dapr.io

    HTML 778 243

  3. Dapr quickstart code samples and tutorials showcasing core Dapr capabilities

    JavaScript 304 135

  4. Community driven, reusable components for distributed apps

    Go 93 103

  5. Command-line tools for Dapr.

    Go 86 48

  6. Dapr SDK for Java

    Java 51 38

1,389 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to dapr/java-sdk, dapr/dapr, dapr/components-contrib and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

January 2021

Created a pull request in dapr/dapr that received 20 comments

Disable e2e test and apps for sdks on Windows

Description Disable e2e sdk win. Adds a workflow to test build of E2E apps early in the PR. Adds Windows dockerfiles. Issue reference We strive to …

+137 −11 20 comments
Opened 25 other pull requests in 6 repositories
dapr/java-sdk
9 merged
dapr/dapr
7 merged 1 closed
dapr/components-contrib
3 merged
dapr/python-sdk
2 merged
dapr/dashboard
2 merged
dapr/docs
1 merged
Reviewed 62 pull requests in 10 repositories
dapr/components-contrib 23 pull requests
dapr/dapr 15 pull requests
dapr/python-sdk 7 pull requests
dapr/java-sdk 5 pull requests
dapr/quickstarts 3 pull requests
dapr/mechanical-markdown 3 pull requests
dapr/cli 3 pull requests
dapr/go-sdk 1 pull request
dapr/samples 1 pull request
dapr/docs 1 pull request

Created an issue in dapr/components-contrib that received 2 comments

Restrict environment variables in env local store

Exposing all env variables from daprd into the app might expose unwanted secrets for some scenarios. To reduce attack surface, I propose the env re…

2 comments
13 contributions in private repositories Jan 2 – Jan 20

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