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Leo6Leo/README.md

Hey there 👋

🍀 I'm currently seeking for 2023 12 months or 4 months internship job, feel free to reach out;)

☀️ My name is Leo Li, currently a third-year computer engineering student at the University of Toronto with Artificial Intelligence Minor.

🌱 I’m currently working on IEEE UofT student branch as webmaster director, leading a team of 10 to work on open-source projects.

👯 I’m into software development, and skillful in React.js, Redux, Django, Flask, REST, and Electron, and I am learning DevOps with AWS right now!

🤠 I'm coding to build tools for people in need, and making changes to the community around me.

💻 I have joined many hackathons: S:\HA<KS 2022 (won 2nd place), Hach The North, NewHacks, MakeUofT, UofTHacks. Check out my cool projects in my website below!

📫 Feel free to reach out to me and I will get back to you as soon as I can!

Project Website: http://me.leo6leo.cool

Github: https://github.com/Leo6Leo

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  1. A website template for hackathons run by IEEE University of Toronto Student Branch

    TypeScript 12 3

  2. This is the ECE243 course final project, presented by Leo HC Li and Rain Chen

    C

  3. 里哦的JS数学工具箱 for University of Toronto Engineering

    HTML 4

  4. rap-prof Public

    HTML 1

784 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

September 2022

Created 1 repository
Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
Leo6Leo/winter_road_portal 1 merged
Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
magellan-developper/test-round-1 1 open
23 contributions in private repositories Sep 1 – Sep 21

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