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jekuer/README.md

Hey there!

I am a tech founder, full-stack developer by heart, marketing expert by education, technical product manager by day, and a lot of other things in between.

In 2000, at the age of 12, I've started coding and never let go. Since I did not study Computer Science, but rather Business Administration, my work is always focused on getting things done from a project's point of view. 🤓🚀



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  • my popular open-source repositories below.
  • my Medium posts.
  • my personal website with some more background information.
  • my LinkedIn profile for the more professional CV.

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Pinned

  1. The convenient JavaScript snippet, which lets you reliably create beautiful buttons, where people can add events to their calendars.

    JavaScript 964 63

  2. An extremely simple and lightweight PHP framework/boilerplate to spin-up microsites at high speed. Optimized for Performance, Security, SEO, TailwindCSS, and Directus CMS.

    PHP 146 28

  3. Easy direct access to the most recent official timezone information for iCalendar files via JavaScript.

    C 5

1,171 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

November 2022

Opened 13 pull requests in 3 repositories
add2cal/add-to-calendar-button 6 merged
add2cal/add-to-calendar-button-vue 5 merged
add2cal/timezones-ical-library 2 merged
Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
add2cal/add-to-calendar-button 1 closed
Answered 3 discussions in 1 repository
add2cal/add-to-calendar-button
18 contributions in private repositories Nov 3 – Nov 23

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