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Hi there 👋

I am Luciano Nooijen, a software and site reliability engineer from 🇳🇱 living in 🇬🇷 with an interest in Computer Science and Free and Open-Source Software. I mostly work with Golang and Cloud-Native technologies. ☁️🚀

Software engineering


Frontend development

Site reliability engineering


Public Cloud providers

📫 How to reach me? ⦿ Visit my Website 🌐

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  1. dotfiles Public

    My dotfiles used on Arch Linux and MacOS. Include custom scripts and configs for Vim/NeoVim, ZSH, i3, Polybar, Tmux, Ranger, Rofi, Emacs/Spacemacs and more.

    Vim script 4 3

  2. The website I created to tell others about myself, my expertise and my experience. Built with the Hugo static site builder.

    HTML 2

  3. (MIRROR) Bytecode Website GitLab repository, protected branches only. Built with ReactJS (with GatsbyJS), Styled Components and NodeJS.

    TypeScript 7 1

  4. (MIRROR) Bytecode Coding Standards. Includes guidelines for Security, Git, Docker, HTML/CSS, JS/TS, PHP, Python and Elixir.

    CSS 1 1

  5. CLI tool to check Go (and soon Javascript/Typescript) project imports to see if import boundaries are not violated, based on a DSL

    Go 27 2

  6. dwm Public

    My dwm build based on my keymap and color preferences, integrated with several dwm patches for added functionality


215 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

October 2021

Created 17 commits in 1 repository
2 contributions in private repositories Oct 5

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