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My name is Giuseppe and I am a JavaScript and Web Engineer with a decade of industry experience.

I have done highly impactful contributions to projects like SUIT CSS, Next.js, React Native for Web and many other projects. My most successful open source projects are ₪ xm and Vercel's styled-jsx which I co-authored.

Nowadays I work as a freelancer JavaScript and Web Engineer and accept sponsorships to work on open source software.

How can I help

My areas of expertise are:

  • 🏗 JavaScript infrastructure, tools and workflows
  • Performance audits and optimization of React applications and libraries
  • 🧩 Babel plugins development and AST transformations
  • 👩‍🎨 Scaling Design Systems
  • 💅 CSS and CSS-in-JS
  • 👨‍🏫 Mentoring and teaching, productivity & engineering processes

If you need support with any of the technologies mentioned above please 📫 contact me or consider 💗donating right away!

Check out my site.


  1. Full CSS support for JSX without compromises

    JavaScript 6.4k 278

  2. The React Framework

    JavaScript 71.1k 13.7k

  3. ₪ extensible HTML

    JavaScript 315 10

  4. React Native Components and APIs for the Web

    JavaScript 19k 1.6k

  5. style-sheet Archived

    ⚡️💨 Fast styles in JavaScript with support for static CSS extraction.

    JavaScript 228 10

  6. 📚 Manage layers and z-index in React applications effectively

    JavaScript 141 4

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