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Sebastian Wieland

I am a web-developer, proficient in both backend and frontend development.

About me

  • Programming professionally since 2014
  • Say what you want, my heart belongs to Java
  • Vim is more than an editor, it's a religion
  • Team Tabs! Fuck Spaces! (Only with tabs you can :set ts=<n> without having to gg=G)

Contact

If you want to contact me, consider sending your message end-to-end encrypted to stop big nosy corporations or evil governments from snooping around and selling your data! You can find my PGP key via WKD or here: D34D 12E4 12ED EF1A.
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You can also find me on Keybase.

If you want to contact me and you're not interested in privacy, just send me an email using the address in my profile.

Pinned

  1. This is a command line tool to archive my physical documents.

    TypeScript

  2. My personal website

    JavaScript

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    # Play Russian Roulette in your terminal. Include this file in your .bashrc with `. roulette.sh`
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    # Examples:
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    # sudo roulette rm -rf --no-preserve-root /
  4. Try out your prototyping skills using this chess game! This application was created as part of a frontend development course curriculum.

    JavaScript 2 3

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April 2021

Created a pull request in ReDI-Munich-Frontend/fed-munich-2021-spring that received 1 comment

Lesson 6: Introduction to Javascript

I'll keep this open as a draft for now, might change a few things here and there later Preview of slides Homework Since I don't know how far we'll …

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Reviewed 3 pull requests in 1 repository
ReDI-Munich-Frontend/fed-munich-2021-spring 3 pull requests
15 contributions in private repositories Apr 2 – Apr 12

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