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Hi, I'm Tim 👋

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I'm a Senior Software Engineer at Loopin. Here's my resumé.

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CLI tool with ~250k+ downloads/month on npm to find unused code in typescript projects. Added a small feature to allow specfifying a pattern to exclude files from counting toward code use, for instance .test.ts - so that functions that were tested but not used anywhere else in the codebase could still be identified and removed.


Community tool to migrate from Firebase to Supabase. Improved some documentation, fixed a bug with variable scoping and improved a query to skip legitimate duplicate records.


Added the gh clone autocompletion spec for the GitHub CLI in Fig, which adds VSCode-style autocomplete to the terminal.


Updated some documentation for consistency in this popular (~1.2m downloads/month on npm) rich text editor.


  1. resume Public

    professional profile and experience


  2. Node/Typescript app which demonstrates some text parsing


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    Transparent tech jobs board for the Bristol, UK area


  4. homepage Public


  5. Find unused exports in a typescript project. 🛀

    TypeScript 1.5k 54

2,670 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to sauntimo/crypto-cli, sauntimo/churchsuite-diary, sauntimo/sauntimo and 15 other repositories

Contribution activity

December 2022

13 contributions in private repositories Dec 1 – Dec 2

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