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Gerard Braad



Gerard is an expert in software development practices and methodologies who is experienced in transforming companies to benefit from an Open Source support and service business model. He has developed and overseen projects and is considered by his peers as a real full-stack engineer. With a focus on delivering quality and secure solutions, he has been able to provide small to enterprise level customers solutions that met their needs.


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  1. A simple application for multi-factor authentication, written in HTML using jQuery Mobile, jsSHA and LocalStorage.

    JavaScript 941 242

  2. Knowledge Base - Published at

    12 6

  3. resume Public

    Gerard Braad - Published at


  4. Run Kubernetes locally

    Go 25.2k 4.4k

  5. crc-org/crc Public

    crc is a tool to run containers. It manages a local OpenShift 4.x cluster or a Podman VM optimized for testing and development purposes

    Go 1k 202

  6. Run OpenShift 3.x locally

    Go 2.4k 472

912 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

November 2022

Created 12 repositories
Opened 2 pull requests in 2 repositories
crc-org/blog 1 merged
nubenetes/awesome-kubernetes 1 merged

Created an issue in diracdeltas/tweets that received 4 comments

Post as gh_pages

... with an RSS feed. This way this is also more publicly accessible with standard tools.

Opened 2 other issues in 2 repositories

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