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joshmanders/readme.md

Hi, I'm Josh 👋

Currently I am building Primcloud where you can deploy, manage and scale your apps.

You can find me on Twitter.

Or check out my setup and what I am currently doing.

Josh as a Dependency

As a command:

$ npx joshmanders

  Josh Manders / @joshmanders

  Website:  https://joshmanders.com
  Twitter:  https://twitter.com/joshmanders
   GitHub:  https://github.com/joshmanders

     Work:

      Title: Founder & CEO
      Company: Primcloud, Inc
      Description: Deploy, manage and scale your apps
      Website: https://primcloud.com

      Title: Founder
      Company: NiftyCo
      Description: Design & develop simple solutions to complex problems
      Website: https://aniftyco.com

Or you can use it programmatically:

import josh from 'joshmanders';

console.log(josh.name);
console.log(josh.work.map(({ name }) => name).join(', '));

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