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Hello 👋🏻

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Frontend Developer at Amdadeus Software Labs, Bangalore, India. I work in the feature devlopment and stability of the core booking platform for Hotels which serves millions of requests everyday.
In addition to coding as a full-time job, I like to write blogs at : DEV.to and Hashnode.

You can find me on Twitter:Twitter.

Tech Stack

Below is the gist of technologies I have experience working in and use them on a daily basis.

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> This README was inspired by [Martin Heinz's post](https://towardsdatascience.com/build-a-stunning-readme-for-your-github-profile-9b80434fe5d7).

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  1. Diabytics Public

    Application to track your diabetes stats.

    CSS 1

  2. Web Portfolio of Ayush Kumar Agarwal.

    HTML 9 1

  3. A Flask, SQL email authentication web application. The database is MySQL

    HTML 1 2

  4. A COVID-19 information site for state Jharkhand In INDIA

    HTML 2

  5. A score keeper application wherein scores of two players can be monitored. A winner can be decided on the winning score preset by the user. (Developed using HTML,Javascript,CSS)

    JavaScript

  6. A fully functional to-do list application developed via FronEnd Web Developement in HTML,CSS,JavaScript.

    JavaScript 3

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