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  1. .NET Core CLI tool to enable EF6 migrations in an Asp.Net Core app.

    C# 82 15

  2. A background processing library for Asp.Net Core.

    C# 59 10

  3. A cross-platform compiler/interpreter .NET Standard implementation of the Lox language.

    C# 9 2

  4. niai Public

    Lookup similar Kanjis, Homonyms, Synonyms!

    C# 35 6

  5. A platform for CSS theming.

    SCSS 32 5

  6. The best custom scroll for the web.

    TypeScript 16

1,404 contributions in the last year

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November 2021

Created 5 repositories

Created a pull request in dotnet/roslyn that received 17 comments

Cover additional cases in implicit object creation analyzer

Covers 3 new cases: Array initializer new C[] { new [|C|](), new [|C|](), }; Simple collection initializer (such as lists, hash sets, etc) new L…

+327 −7 17 comments
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository

Created an issue in npgsql/efcore.pg that received 9 comments

Unmanaged memory problem in 6.0.0-rc.2

This is a weird problem I started seeing a couple weeks ago when I updated 2 of my apps to .net 6. At the time, version 6.0.0-rc.2 was the latest f…

9 comments
Opened 24 other issues in 6 repositories
mrahhal/MR.EntityFrameworkCore.KeysetPagination 5 open 5 closed
mrahhal/css-theming 2 open 6 closed
dotnet/roslyn 2 open
mrahhal/mr-scroll 2 closed
dotnet/efcore 1 open
angular/angular 1 open
Started 1 discussion in 1 repository
github/feedback
183 contributions in private repositories Nov 1 – Nov 28
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