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cross19xx/README.md

Hi there, I'm Kenneth Kwakye-Gyamfi

I like to code, learn and experiment with new things. I am an enthusiastic and open-minded person who loves to take up new challenges and learn new skills. I love meeting new people, exchanging ideas and spreading knowledge and positivity.

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About me

I'm a mobile and web full stack developer 👨🏾‍💻 currently based in Accra, Ghana.

  • 🌱 Currently studied to move from a senior to an expert role in mobile application development
  • 🏘 Open-source contributor (when I have the time to)
  • 🏀 Anthony Davis fan (where he goes, I go)

GitHub Streak

Popular repositories

  1. Website for Kenneth Kwakye-Gyamfi, built with Gatsby JS and hosted on Netlify

    JavaScript 1 1

  2. plog Public

    Plush-Log. A CRUD application keeping Plush toys

    TypeScript 1

  3. Forked from react-ui-kit/dribbble2react

    Transform Dribbble designs to React-Native code & YouTube video tutorials

    JavaScript

  4. gatsby Public

    Forked from gatsbyjs/gatsby

    Build blazing fast, modern apps and websites with React

    JavaScript

  5. next.js Public

    Forked from vercel/next.js

    The React Framework

    JavaScript

  6. Forked from callstack/eslint-config-callstack

    ESLint preset extending Flow, Prettier and Jest

    JavaScript

973 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to cross19xx/plog, cross19xx/cross19xx, cross19xx/react-native-optimus-prime and 2 other repositories

Contribution activity

August 2022

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
32 contributions in private repositories Aug 1 – Aug 8

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