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Marhaban! 👋

Mera naam 'Barak Imam

💻 Full-stack Developer | 🧰 Technical Team Lead | 👨🏽‍🏫 Mentor

Developer at day, learner at Night.

I am skilled at designing and building Saas applications using C#, .NET, JavaScript, TypeScript, Angular and NestJS, with a lot of DevOps in Azure, Github Actions, Gitlab CI, Docker, Kubernetes and Helm.

Currently 🔭 building fintech solutions using .NET Core and Java (Spring Framework), and 🌱 learning Python and Machine Learning.

🧪 Test Driven Development, CQRS, and Domain Driven Design are some superpowers I have acquired in the last few years.

My writings live at 'Barak on Code, and you can get in touch via 📨 or twitter

Pinned

  1. MultiTenancy on ASP.NET Core, built on AutoFac

    C# 14 4

  2. NestJS proof of concept using C# ASP.NET patterns.

    CSS

  3. A basic forum application

    C# 2 1

  4. Proof of Concept for Database Per Tenant MultiTenant Architecture in ASP.NET Core

    C# 24 12

  5. A simple Youtube/Amazon comments and reviews downloader

    C# 1 1

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    2
    using System;
    3
    using System.Security.Cryptography;
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    using Microsoft.IdentityModel.JsonWebTokens;
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    using Microsoft.IdentityModel.Tokens;

2,188 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to CodEaisy/TinySaas, CodEaisy/.github, mimam419/mimam419 and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

May 2021

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
CodEaisy/tinyconfig
1 open
119 contributions in private repositories May 1 – May 8

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