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jasonraimondi/README.md

Hey, 👋, I'm Jason.

I am a technologist and computer geek.

I have been developing for the web since 2007. I've worked on everything from terrible old-school procedural spaghetti 🍝 monsters, to MVC frameworks, to tested, domain-driven applications. Early on, I was developing traditional server-rendered PHP applications. These days, I really enjoy full stack TypeScript.

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  1. A standards compliant implementation of an OAuth 2.0 authorization server for Node that utilizes JWT and Proof Key for Code Exchange (PKCE), written in TypeScript.

    TypeScript 137 35

  2. dotfiles Public

    MacOS Dotfiles. Maintaining your machines config in git is 🔥. Using Stow to handle the dotfiles is 🔥🔥. Utilizing Prezto, Mackup, Ubersicht, and ASDF.

    Shell 4

  3. A thin wrapper around Axios for Nest.js using Promises, because the @nestjs/axios package returns an observable.

    TypeScript 1

  4. jmondi Public

    A collection of utility packages for use in a variety of projects.

    TypeScript 5

  5. An Api/E2E monitor that runs promises on intervals and sends notifications on errors.

    TypeScript 2

  6. url-to-png Public

    URL to PNG utility featuring parallel rendering using Playwright for screenshots and with storage caching via S3

    TypeScript 39 15

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December 2022

Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
jasonraimondi/ts-oauth2-server 1 pull request
26 contributions in private repositories Dec 1 – Dec 6

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