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Hello there! My name is Mark Brown and this is a hand 👋

I'm a Full Stack Web Developer from California. I've been programming and hacking things since the days of 386 computers. I am passionate about Progressive Web Apps (Vue and React), Koa2, Python, Numpy/Pandas, Coffee, Neural Nets, S.E.O, Web Performance, Robotics and Automation. When I'm not developing and building things, I'm likely reading or working in the garden.

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  1. Forked from CharlieA0/FlightTool

    Creates, displays, and exports coordinate waypoint flight plans for drone autopilots. Powered by Cesium Engine.

    JavaScript 1

  2. yett Public

    Forked from elbywan/yett

    🔐A small webpage library to control the execution of (third party) scripts


  3. Forked from square/leakcanary

    A memory leak detection library for Android and Java.


  4. A robot to roam and take gps-tagged hemispherical photos and calculate leaf area.

    Python 1

  5. Forked from mitchellkrogza/nginx-ultimate-bad-bot-blocker

    Nginx Block Bad Bots, Spam Referrer Blocker, Vulnerability Scanners, User-Agents, Malware, Adware, Ransomware, Malicious Sites, with anti-DDOS, Wordpress Theme Detector Blocking and Fail2Ban Jail f…


  6. JavaScript

46 contributions in the last year

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January 2022

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
Created 2 repositories
Opened 2 pull requests in 2 repositories
RXNT/react-complaint-image 1 open
markwbrown/react-complaint-image 1 merged
Started 1 discussion in 1 repository

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