Skip to content
Creating experiences...
Creating experiences...




  • Pro
Block or Report

Block or report eightants

Block user

Prevent this user from interacting with your repositories and sending you notifications. Learn more about blocking users.

You must be logged in to block users.

Report abuse

Contact GitHub support about this user’s behavior. Learn more about reporting abuse.

Report abuse

Hallo, ik ben Anthony 👋

I'm a full stack developer with an interest in the digital experience.

  • 🎨 Organizing hackathons at TAMUhack
  • 🎶 Working on Whisperify, an open source music quiz and analysis platform
  • ⚙️ Frequently use: .ts, .js, .html, .css, .py, .fig, .cpp, .psd, .ai, .ind
  • Fun fact: I'm a huge fan of Formula 1, tweet at me during race week!

Notable Repos

My repos →


  1. An interactive way to learn about your favourite songs on Spotify. Quiz yourself on your favourite playlists and share quizzes with friends.

    TypeScript 124

  2. carlos Public

    Exploring Spotify's ML algorithms with Python and JavaScript

    Jupyter Notebook 3

  3. reddium Public

    The Reddit client for Silicon Valley

    TypeScript 51 4

  4. badges for Google Analytics

    JavaScript 4 1

  5. i-demoed Public

    Showcase hexagon "I Demoed" stickers from physical and virtual hackathons

    TypeScript 10 4

  6. An open-source, fully-customizable hackathon registration system.

    Python 24 8

538 contributions in the last year

Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Mon Wed Fri
Activity overview
Contributed to eightants/whisperify, eightants/i-demoed, eightants/reddium and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 1 commit in 1 repository

Created a pull request in tamuhack-org/moo that received 1 comment

Please use the correct logos for the events. They can be found on Drive

Please check previous events and follow logo convention. All these logos were available on Drive.

+10 −14 1 comment
3 contributions in private repositories Sep 1 – Sep 17

Seeing something unexpected? Take a look at the GitHub profile guide.