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Hi, my name is Jeremy Nation.

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Here are some highlights of what I've done on GitHub:

My largest external involvement was as a volunteer for the HTTPS Everywhere browser extension from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) from 2016 to 2018. During that time I merged over 1,000 pull requests from other users, contributed over 150 pull requests, and participated in discussions with other users, volunteers and EFF staff.

My highest-quality personal project is Simple Ebook Manager, a collection of CLI utilities written in Python with some SQL.

There are two complete games. The first is Roguelike Sokoban, a terminal-based game written in Python, and an homage to the Sokoban levels in the venerable game NetHack. It has some custom levels I wrote, along with levels I adapted from the public domain. You can easily create your own levels by writing them in text files, no coding required.

The second game is Blocks, a JavaScript puzzle game with familiar mechanics that you can play in your browser here.

There is also python-machine-learning-book, which was my workspace for code taken from the first edition of Python Machine Learning by Sebastian Raschka, now in its third edition. I reported various errors in the book to the author which earned me top place on the book's errata leaderboard.

I also wrote a small Node application create-report-for-pull-requests that reports who merged pull requests for a repository on GitHub. I wrote this to count how many pull requests I merged into the HTTPS Everywhere repository.

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