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Hello there waving hands emoji Welcome to Ming's GitHub Profile!

I am a recent computer science graduate who loves building web and data-driven applications. During my undergraduate studies as a student leader and coding enthusiast, I spearhead Let's Talk Python Club on campus, organized and attended multiple hackathons, and enjoy contributing to open source projects.

Read More I mainly use Node.js and Golang at my current full-time work. macOS is my main workstation, though my servers are powered by RHEL/CentOS and Debian, and I started using Windows since 4. During my internship at CUNY I primarily used PHP, Django in Python and PoatgreSQL Learn more at my portfolio. Keybase BTC


  1. Software Engineering Class Project Spring 2020


  2. wheelgo Public

    LABS services for people with disabilities - Project for NS Lehman Hackathon 2018

    JavaScript 1 2

  3. Tech Festival Website

    HTML 2

  4. A website for highlighted projects.


  5. Weather-Journal App Project


  6. Intro to Node.js and Express.js Workshop

    JavaScript 1 1

233 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

May 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in popoway/project-clover that received 3 comments

Merge pull request#6from popoway/develop

+402 −44 3 comments
Opened 6 other pull requests in 1 repository

Created an issue in popoway/project-clover that received 1 comment

Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository
haya14busa/action-bumpr 1 open
5 contributions in private repositories May 1 – May 13

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