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@derrickstolee is a Principal Software Engineer at GitHub, with a focus on Git and its performance.



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  1. Scalar: A set of tools and extensions for Git to allow very large monorepos to run on Git without a virtualization layer

    C# 771 52

  2. git Public

    Forked from git/git

    Git Source Code Mirror - This is a publish-only repository and all pull requests are ignored. Please follow Documentation/SubmittingPatches procedure for any of your improvements.

    C 2 1

  3. numbers Public

    Forked from smallnumbers/numbers

    A collection of combinatorial functions and their values on small numbers

    C 1

  4. Coloring Public

    Simple algorithm to check list-colorability and reducibility


1,505 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to git/git, microsoft/git, microsoft/scalar and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

October 2021

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in microsoft/winget-pkgs that received 11 comments

Microsoft.VFSforGit: update to 1.0.21229.1

This introduces VFS for Git into the winget package management. Microsoft Reviewers: Open in CodeFlow

+21 −0 11 comments
Reviewed 27 pull requests in 8 repositories
microsoft/git 9 pull requests
microsoft/Git-Credential-Manager-Core 8 pull requests
git-for-windows/git 3 pull requests
microsoft/homebrew-git 2 pull requests
microsoft/VFSForGit 2 pull requests
gitgitgadget/git 1 pull request
actions/virtual-environments 1 pull request
microsoft/winget-pkgs 1 pull request
Answered 2 discussions in 2 repositories
31 contributions in private repositories Oct 4 – Oct 26

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