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πŸ‘‹ I'm a dev at GitHub, currently working on GitHub Sponsors. ✨ I like building side projects for the games I play, e.g., cheshire137/competiwatch-desktop for tracking competitive Overwatch matches. I also love open data and civic APIs that I can build cool things from, e.g., cheshire137/nash-grave-plot for easier data lookup about cemeteries in Nashville, TN.


  1. Desktop app built in Electron for tracking your competitive match history in Overwatch.

    TypeScript 89 31

  2. Web app to view cemetery information for Nashville, Tennessee.

    JavaScript 10

  3. soma-chrome Public

    Chrome extension to listen to SomaFM web radio stations from your browser.

    JavaScript 57 19

  4. This is a Chrome extension to play sound effects whenever you leave a reaction on GitHub.

    JavaScript 73 3

  5. Command-line tool to keep track of things you want to do each day in your Stardew Valley game.

    Go 13

  6. hubnav Public

    A Chrome extension for navigating via keyboard shortcuts. Quickly access issues for multiple repos, as well as your org's pages.

    JavaScript 95 15

13,630 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to cheshire137/nash-grave-plot, cheshire137/gohuedata, cheshire137/dotfiles and 18 other repositories

Contribution activity

August 2022

Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
254 contributions in private repositories Aug 1 – Aug 10

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