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edualm/README.md

Hi there 👋

I'm Eduardo Almeida, a software engineer based in Porto, Portugal.

My current focus is on 📱 iOS development, and I'm currently part of the team that makes the Trainline app for iOS.

I also publish iOS/macOS apps under Bitten Apps.

As for OSS (which is probably what you're here about!), I dabble in random stuff from time to time, but I am currently maintaining FruityRazer, open-source drivers for Razer peripherals on 🍎 macOS.

💬 To reach me, please check the page located here!

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  1. Torrent management app for iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS made in SwiftUI 2. Same codebase for all platforms!

    Swift 11

  2. Alternative Instagram app for iOS, macOS and watchOS made in SwiftUI 2. Same codebase for all platforms!

    Swift 5

  3. An UI for FruityRazer.

    Swift 64 1

  4. Swift framework, basis for the current version of FruityRazer/FruityUI.

    Swift 18 5

  5. COVID-19 Stats Telegram bot for Portugal.

    Java 1

  6. A PHP class to authenticate users against the Plex.tv website and check the servers they are allowed to access.

    PHP 6 1

484 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to edualm/covid-stats-pt, edualm/SeedTruck, FruityRazer/FruityUI and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

September 2021

Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
edualm/SeedTruck 1 open
13 contributions in private repositories Sep 1 – Sep 15

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