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  1. An application that provides personalized career and job search advice to jobseekers.

    Jupyter Notebook 140 12

  2. An URL shortener using named URLs.

    Go 5

  3. A mock library to easily test code using the python Airtable API.

    Python 4

  4. A typeahead library for french job titles.

    Python 1

  5. Forked from josephbestjames/airtable.py

    Python interface to the Airtable's REST API

    Python

  6. Small library for mocking pymongo collection objects for testing purposes

    Python 656 265

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July 2021

Created 3 repositories

Created a pull request in DefinitelyTyped/DefinitelyTyped that received 4 comments

[react] React.Children accepts readonly arrays

Please fill in this template. Use a meaningful title for the pull request. Include the name of the package modified. Test the change in your own…

+3 −3 4 comments
Opened 9 other pull requests in 6 repositories
Reviewed 90 pull requests in 5 repositories
bayesimpact/docker-react 59 pull requests
bayesimpact/docker-circleci 14 pull requests
bayesimpact/docker-pandas 11 pull requests
bayesimpact/remixicon-react 5 pull requests
scrapy/cssselect 1 pull request

Created an issue in dropbox/mypy-protobuf that received 11 comments

proto3 Extensions defined at module level produce bad mypy ExtensionDict types

I'm trying the new versions of mypy-protobuf 2.6 together with types-protobuf 3.17.0 and I'm getting some errors when using extensions. syntax = "p…

11 comments

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