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Hello, I am Billie.

She/Her/Hers

A girl with curly hair (who is quite tall) with a red t-shirt with the Armakuni logo on, headphones around her neck and a pinafore dress on, standing under a plane suspended from the ceiling at Agile Scotland at the National Museum of Scotland

I am quite tall, I have curly hair. I tell everyone favourite animal is the Capybara, but really it's a Fox 🦊.

Two Capybara, which are like massively sized up guinea pigs, like sized up to dog size, in a concrete bowl at Bristol Zoo

Like guinea pigs the size of sheep - Photo by Arpingstone

I don't make anything important. Got a couple of things that others seem to like though

  • git-mit - Helps you set co-authers on git commits, and will add in ticket numbers for you
  • A Good README Template - Semi-tutorial, semi-template on how to make a good README
  • A snippet pack for alfred - I wanted all the Emoji's in my alfred, so I made this
  • dotfiles - My dotfiles are also kicking about in here too

Pretending I know things

I have spoken a bunch of places, Google is the best way to find those, but here's some recent recordings I kinda like

I also sometimes write things. Lately that's been on the Armakuni blog, like this VSM article.

Short form screaming

If you want to read the terrible things I tweet and toot, you can follow below. I mostly tweet about tech-y stuff and sometimes trans stuff.

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  1. My dotfiles. For reference and backup.

    Shell 18 2

  2. A template to make good README.md

    189 135

  3. Generates names based on dockers name generation algorithm

    Makefile 2 1

  4. A minimalist set of hooks to aid pair programming and check for the presence of issue numbers

    Rust 18 2

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March 2021

Created a pull request in PurpleBooth/homebrew-repo that received 1 comment

4 contributions in private repositories Mar 1 – Mar 2

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