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jonatkinson/README.md

Hello 👋

I’m a a software engineer. I’m the CTO at Giant, an agency which works to make the world a better place with digital.

I’ve spent most of my career working with Python, primarily Django. I also have a deep understanding of devops; the technology, practices and the more difficult human elements. At work, I enjoy helping people develop in their early careers through coaching and mentoring; this is by far the most rewarding thing I do.

I’m a fan of minimalism in technology and I enjoy technology history. I’m also very interested in internet infrastructure and efficiency.

My blog is at jonatkinson.co.uk.

Pinned

  1. Forked from etienne-napoleone/docker-python-poetry

    A Python Docker image with the `poetry` package manager preinstalled.

    Makefile 8 3

  2. A small Django project, suitable for including as an example project in a reusable Django application.

    Python

  3. gping Public

    Forked from orf/gping

    Ping, but with a graph

    Python

  4. A small, reusable package that adds a selection of Mixins to be used as a dependency for other apps or projects

    Python 3

  5. A Github action to run black-box tests on a given hostname.

    Python 2

  6. A reusable package which adds a News app to a project

    Python 2

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Activity overview
Contributed to jonatkinson/games, giantmade/giant-wiki, jonatkinson/devserver and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

October 2021

92 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 20

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