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Consider supporting my open-source efforts ❤️

Hi! I'm a Berlin-based open-source developer and CTO. Most of my work is dedicated peoples lives easier, including developers. That implies answering numerous questions or building tools like relint or maintaining and supporting other great community packages.

Most of my efforts gravitate around the Python and Django community, though my most famous invention remains a Java application called MusicBeam.

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Thank you for supporting me and my family to create, support and maintain tools like:



  1. MusicBeam Public

    MusicBeam is a multi plattform software to use a projector as a rgb laser.

    Processing 217 47

  2. Responsive cross-browser image library using modern codes like AVIF & WebP

    Python 90 10

  3. Forked from applegrew/django-select2

    This is a Django integration for Select2

    Python 104 37

  4. A lightweight file upload input for Django and Amazon S3

    Python 67 12

  5. relint Public

    Write your own linting rules using regular expressions.

    Python 40 9

  6. joeflow Public

    The workflow automation framework for machines with heart

    Python 60 14

1,997 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

December 2022

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in codingjoe/django-mail-auth that received 2 comments

Opened 2 other pull requests in 2 repositories
metabase/metabase-buildpack 1 merged
lit/ 1 open
46 contributions in private repositories Dec 1 – Dec 6

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