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Hi! I'm Ibraheem, a freelance software developer based in Toronto, Canada. I'm interested in building fast, concurrent, and robust systems, primarily working with Rust and Go.

I open source projects I think others would find useful, which you can find on github. Outside of my own projects, I'm an active contributor to actix-web, futures-rs, and the rust programming language.

I enjoy helping other people learn the languages I love, which is why I am active on stackoverflow and write regularly over at, where you can find tutorials, useful scripts, and other fun explorations.

If you want to talk about a project you think I can help with or get in touch for any other reason, you can reach me by email at


  1. seize Public

    Fast, efficient, and robust memory reclamation for Rust.

    Rust 228 8

  2. matchit Public

    A high performance URL router.

    Rust 123 18

  3. astra Public

    High performance Rust web servers without async/await.

    Rust 20

  4. boxcar Public

    A concurrent, append-only vector.

    Rust 16

  5. awaitgroup Public

    Wait for a collection of async tasks to finish.

    Rust 9 4

  6. dotfiles Public

    My dotfiles for zsh, vim, i3, polybar, alacritty ...

    Lua 22 1

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September 2022

Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
rust-lang/unsafe-code-guidelines 1 open
8 contributions in private repositories Sep 12 – Sep 23

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