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Hello world! 👋

I'm a passionate and driven Fullstack Software Engineer👨🏻‍💻 who's branching from being Frontend 🪴

The focus for the majority of my career has been in the JavaScript 🟨 TypeScript 🟦 ecosystem. I'm a huge fan of the Open Web Platform 🕸 and component driven development with React ⚛️.

In the past two years I have immersed myself in the cloud computing space 🌩️
I've been in the backend using Go 🐿 Kubernetes ☸️ Kafka 🪳 PostgreSQL 🐘 Azure 💠 AWS 🔶

My professional experience builds on years of personal projects where I made .NET (+WPF), Java (+FX), Android/iOS applications — unleashing my creativity in UI/UX. I apply my past love for Flash animation to achieve neat visual effects 💥 of which I confidently bring to HTML & CSS.

Check out my website @

Oh and feel free to check out my featured repos too! 👇


  1. epubavocado Public

    📗🥑 I am an EPUB object model aspiring to be standards compliant.

    TypeScript 2

  2. tiny-cfi Public

    Generate EPUB CFI steps for a node in 40 lines of code!


  3. Instantly test snippets of JS/HTML/CSS using VS Code.

    TypeScript 2 3

  4. pixel.js Public

    VCS for the instagram account of my cat


  5. Migrate your Linear issues to GitLab.


  6. .dotfiles Public

    current dotfiles


653 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to jccr/mpg, jccr/jccr, jccr/.dotfiles and 19 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2022

Created 15 commits in 1 repository
Created 1 repository
16 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 23

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