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Hi 👋🏻, I'm Lucas Winkler

💫 About:

  • I just worked out the final details for my personal website (iteration 3)
  • I’m currently learning React with Next.js by creating a fullstack bug-tracking web application
    • This project is being made with Next.js (React), Prisma, Tailwind CSS and more
  • I love building custom keyboards
  • Oh and you should checkout my portfolio @

📊 GitHub Stats:


  1. Iteration 3 of my personal website - built with Vite using HTML, SCSS & JS

    HTML 3

  2. bugees Public

    Your personal bug tracker that allows you to efficiently hunt down those pesky bugs.

    TypeScript 1 1

  3. TurboGames Public

    A team project for a class in college. This project is a virtual game store created in ASP.NET Core 2.1. It uses Razor Pages, MS SQL Server and a code-first design.

    C# 5

  4. A simple boilerplate for front-end web development - using Gulp v4

    JavaScript 24 7

726 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

December 2022

Created a pull request in LucasWinkler/bugees that received 1 comment


Converted the project to TypeScript. Needed to recreate the project due to package issues that I couldn't fix. Still need to work on some types and…

+521 −343 1 comment

Created an issue in joe-bell/cva that received 1 comment

Tailwind intellisense stops working based on size of cva object

Describe the bug Not entirely sure if it's an issue with CVA, the regex or the extension for tailwind intellisense. Also this is my first issue so …

1 comment
5 contributions in private repositories Dec 4

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