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LucasRoesler/README.md

Hi there 👋

I am a Partner and Senior Engineer at Contiamo and core contributor to OpenFaaS.

I work with/on:

  • 💻 Go, Python, SQL, Bash, and (when I have to) Typescript
  • 🧮 Data engineering with tools like dbt and DataHub
  • 🔌 Kubernetes, OpenFaaS, Observability, and other DevOps-ish things

🤝 Let's work together:

Need some help? I specialize in Go, Kubernetes, OpenFaaS, Observability (metrics and tracing), data engineering, and distributed systems in general.

Fun facts:

  • 📜 I sometimes blog at lucasroesler.com
  • 😻 I like 🧗rock climbing, 🍻 beer, 🥾 hiking, and my 🏍 motorcycle.
  • 😄 Pronouns: He/Him

Pinned

  1. An opinionated OpenAPI v3 code generator for Go. Use this to generate API models and router scaffolding.

    Go 39 4

  2. Loki log provider for OpenFaaS

    Go 26 4

  3. Serverless Functions For Kubernetes

    Go 2k 442

  4. Official CLI for OpenFaaS

    Go 732 210

  5. OpenFaaS template for python data scientists

    Python 9 2

  6. Example repo that shows how to use wal-listener to trigger your OpenFaaS functions

    Makefile 5 1

1,531 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to contiamo/go-base, contiamo/git-metadata-action, LucasRoesler/openfaas-loki and 38 other repositories

Contribution activity

September 2022

Created 2 commits in 1 repository
Opened 2 pull requests in 1 repository
Reviewed 3 pull requests in 3 repositories
78 contributions in private repositories Sep 1 – Sep 29

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