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oitee/README.md

Hi there 👋

🙋🏼‍♂️ I am Oitihjya Sen, a lawyer-turned software engineer from India. Currently, I work as a backend engineer at Helpshift.

🖥️ I attended the Winter '22 batch of the Recurse Center, New York.

👩🏼‍⚖️ I have previously worked as a Research Fellow at India’s leading legal think tank (2019-21), where I contributed towards modernizing India’s bankruptcy legal framework.

Here are some of the projects I have built so far:

📚 I have written over 40 posts on my tech blog, on various topics ranging from OAuth framework, higher-order functions, JavaScript Promises to cache replacement policies and lazy sequences in Clojure. My articles have been featured on Clojure Deref, JavaScript in Plain English, and the Recurse Center’s Joy of Computing Blog.

👓 I am deeply fascinated by functional programming. I am currently teaching myself Clojure.

📧 To contact me, drop a mail to contact@otee.dev!

Pinned

  1. twirl Public

    A web app that shortens URLs on a per-user basis

    JavaScript 2 1

  2. crisp Public

    A tiny lisp interpreter using JavaScript

    JavaScript 3

  3. cardimom Public

    Create a Twitter API

    JavaScript 1 1

  4. bm25 Public

    JavaScript 2

  5. aspire Public

    Mustache

  6. zapt Public

    A project that uses Carmine library to implement a rate-limiting app

    Clojure

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Contributed to oitee/oitee.github.io, oitee/twirl, oitee/cardimom and 21 other repositories

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