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lyndseybrowning/README.md

Hello 👋

I'm Lyndsey, a Front End Developer from Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿.

I like learning new things and I facilitate that through building, because I think that's the best way to learn.

I advocate for clean code and encourage practices like TDD wherever possible. Take care of the code so that it can take care of itself later.

📦 OS contributions: I created a prefix tree implementation using JavaScript. I needed a way to store dictionaries of over 130,000 words for my online game word-scrambler and found the prefix tree to be a perfect solution for fast retrieval of information.

Fun fact: I'm a big fan of Boggle. You can watch me play on my YouTube channel. I built my own solver because I wanted to understand the algorithm, and I created a UI to visualise boards being solved in real time.

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  1. Create and modify trie prefix structures and extract word lists including prefixes, anagrams and sub-anagrams

    JavaScript 43 13

  2. Solve boggle grids

    JavaScript 3 1

  3. wordapi.net Public

    Word API written in Node & Express

    JavaScript 1 1

  4. Boggle solver implemented in JavaScript

    JavaScript 1 2

  5. exercism Public

    My solutions to challenges on exercism.io

    JavaScript

  6. GitHub user search front end built with React and Testing Library.

    JavaScript

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Activity overview
Contributed to stripe/stripe-apps, thisdot/framework.dev, thisdot/tech-dev-tooling and 2 other repositories

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June 2022

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