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Hey, I'm Aswin Mohan, I design, develop and make (hopefully) awesome products. There is something magical about bringing to the world that never existed before. I'm also a big fan of simplicity, the design language of Braun.

Let's make the world a better place than it was yesterday.


  1. Care is an integrated tele-triage+bed allocation+patient shifting tool for implementing a decentralized Covid19 management strategy.

    Python 158 133

  2. A CRM for managing contacts in quarantine and observation.

    Ruby 7 3

  3. A system to manage Call Center and provide requirements to respective local institutions

    Ruby 1 5

  4. Official Map Frontend for helping 2018 Flood Victims

    JavaScript 18 18

  5. ultronOS Public

    A pretty simple Operating System for my High School Project

    C++ 163 14

  6. talks Public

    Slides and Demos from my talks and workshops


3,399 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in hlissner/doom-emacs that received 7 comments

feat(web): add *.[lh]?eex support

Fixes #5442 Add heex extension to Elixir web-mode.

+1 −1 7 comments
Opened 2 other pull requests in 2 repositories
phoenixframework/phoenix 1 closed
aswinmohanme/doom-emacs 1 closed

Created an issue in hlissner/doom-emacs that received 1 comment

Elixir: Support new heex file template

Describe your request Elixir and Phoenix now has switched to a better version of eex templates heex templates, it would be nice to support that too…

1 comment
361 contributions in private repositories Sep 2 – Sep 27

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