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👋 Hey!

My name is John Rinehart and I'm a software developer/DevOps engineer. I'm from 📍, living in 📍 and currently working at Ardan Labs. You can find me on Twitter or on LinkedIn.

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  1. This repository will track the development of the simplified real frequency technique in MATLAB.

    MATLAB 2 2

  2. JohnOS Public

    Erasing my darlings since 2021

    Nix 2

  3. vimrc Public

    My vimrc configuration files

    Vim script 1

  4. A Julia project to peel a time-domain reflectometry measurement

    Julia 1 1

  5. gotex Public

    A LaTeX continuous integration server written in Go with Vue and SQLite3

    Go 1

  6. A circuit simulator written completely in Julia.

    Julia 1

1,032 contributions in the last year

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January 2022

Created 24 commits in 1 repository
Created 1 repository
Opened 2 pull requests in 1 repository
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
NixOS/nixpkgs 1 pull request

Created an issue in flameshot-org/flameshot that received 2 comments

v11.0.rc1 has the wrong version number in source

Flameshot Version v11.0.rc1 Installation Type Linux, MacOS, or Windows Package manager (apt, pacman, eopkg, choco, brew, ...) Operating System type…

2 comments
Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository
jD91mZM2/powerline-rs 1 open
13 contributions in private repositories Jan 3 – Jan 25

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