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jesselpalmer/README.md

Hello there! I'm Jesse 👋🏾

I lead an engineering organization that includes two full-stack engineering teams. One is focused on growing our core Surveys product. The other team focuses on developing our internal development A/B testing platform.

I have tons of interests, but nowadays, I seem to spend most of my time in Growth, Product, and Front-end engineering. JavaScript and TypeScript tend to be my go-to languages.

I also am the co-author of Testing Angular Applications.

Feel free to drop me a line on Twitter or email! I would love to hear from you!

Interesting links about me on the webs:

Other tidbits

  • 💬 Ask me about: Anything!
  • 📫 How to reach me: Twitter or email are the best ways to reach me.
  • 😄 Pronouns: he/him
  • Fun fact: Some of my favorite video games include Mass Effect 2, Portal 2 and BioShock.

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  1. Books for people who are or aspire to manage/lead team(s) of software engineers

    1.3k 128

  2. Project for the Testing Angular Applications book

    TypeScript 96 72

  3. Front End Architecture resources

    21 4

  4. Simple 2D JavaScript collision detection library

    TypeScript 3 1

  5. BASIC interpreter

    JavaScript 2

  6. HTML Input field that transforms text into emojis while typing

    JavaScript 1

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