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Hi there, I'm Christian! 👋

Christian Durazo | Twitter

I am from Los Angeles, CA where I work as a Software Developer at I have around several years of experience in Software Engineering with a focus on Backend APIs, micro-services, and Web Development. I am also an advocate for Open-Source Software, Cybersecurity, and STEM Education. In my spare time, I enjoy writing and producing music, as well as luthiery, golf and bowling. I grew up in Charlotte, NC and hold a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC.

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  1. DataViewer DataViewer Public

    Database Agnostic Data Analytics View Tool


  2. Casino Casino Public


  3. durazo-technologies/Escape durazo-technologies/Escape Public

    Escape Text-based game


  4. handy_python_scripts handy_python_scripts Public

    Forked from thezakpak/handy_python_scripts

    A collection of python scripts that you may find useful.


  5. CLI-RPN-Calculator CLI-RPN-Calculator Public

    Implementation of a command-line reverse polish notation (RPN) calculator in Python3.


  6. Stack script for setting up a mail s... Stack script for setting up a mail server with linode.
    # This block defines the variables that the user of the script needs to input
    # when deploying using this script.
    #<UDF name="hostname" label="The hostname for the new Linode.">