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dobs/README.md

Hi there, I'm Daniel O'Brien! 👋

I'm a software developer from Toronto, Canada! My pronouns are he/him!

What sort of work do I do?

  • 👨‍💻 Backend and frontend development.
  • 🌱 Team management and technical leadership.
  • 🐋 Scalability and systems architecture.
  • 🤔 API architecture and design.

I'm currently working on...

  • 🧪 Elixir stuff at work.
  • 🐹 Go API client design.
  • 🧭 Go + React/Svelte rapid development and deployment.
  • 🎞 Simplified React-based presentation tooling.

Popular repositories

  1. A minimal reddit API client for Ruby.

    Ruby 10 2

  2. A super simple Faraday cache implementation.

    Ruby 8 8

  3. Automatic GraphQL Schema Generation for Rails and ActiveRecord.

    Ruby 5

  4. A collection of Faraday middleware for use with the Reddit API.

    Ruby 3 1

  5. Forked from boof/rack-esi

    ESI middleware implementation for Rack. This middleware is currently reimplemented to run commands in parallel and fetch with curb.

    Ruby 2

  6. Forked from rubysec/bundler-audit

    Patch-level verification for Bundler

    Ruby

1,361 contributions in the last year

Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Mon Wed Fri
Activity overview
Contributed to dobs/react-preserve-ratio, dobs/pdjs-next, dobs/validate-css-value and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 16 commits in 1 repository
Opened 2 pull requests in 1 repository
Reviewed 4 pull requests in 3 repositories
dobs/react-preserve-ratio 2 pull requests
PagerDuty/pdjs 1 pull request
PagerDuty/go-pdagent 1 pull request
72 contributions in private repositories Sep 2 – Sep 25

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