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Hi! 👋

I am currently working on one of Code.gov's 15 repos, a class by FeM, Wes Bos, or a personal coding project.

I am currently learning/refreshing on frontend development (e.g., HTML, CSS, JS) and engineering config (e.g., automated testing, CI/CD).

Ask me about open source software (OSS) coding practices, federal open source policies and practices, frontend engineering topics (i.e., coding, config, testing), or academic pursuits and navigation (I was in school for 32 years, elementary to PhD, eeks!).

You can reach me by email, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Fun facts include having an awesome family, serving in the US Army and being deployed, working at the White House (Obama Administration), obtaining a PhD, and often training and racing in an ultra-endurance mountain bike or running event (resume, just in case 😉 ).

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  1. Joseph Castle's dissertation: An Organizational Analysis of Publishing the People's Code

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  2. A collection of front-end engineering training and projects in pursuit of 365 days of code.

  3. An informative repo for all Code.gov repos

    74 35

  4. Front-end of code.gov

    JavaScript 40 51

  5. Digital.gov — Helping the government community deliver better digital services.

    HTML 109 169

  6. Forked from github/government.github.com

    Gather, curate, and feature stories of public servants and civic hackers using GitHub as part of their open government innovations

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Activity overview
Contributed to GSA/code-gov-front-end, GSA/code-gov, jcastle/-playground-FeM-bootcamp and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

March 2021

Created 4 commits in 1 repository
Opened 4 pull requests in 1 repository
2 contributions in private repositories Mar 1 – Mar 5

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