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My name is Steve Calvert. I'm a software engineer living in the Bay Area and working at LinkedIn.

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  1. A health checkup for your project.

    TypeScript 36 11

  2. An Ember addon for managing the lifecyle of asynchronous behavior in your objects

    JavaScript 240 50

  3. An ESlint plugin that provides set of rules for Ember Applications based on commonly known good practices.

    JavaScript 245 166

  4. An Ember addon to schedule work until after the initial render.

    JavaScript 68 21

  5. Forked from emberjs/ember-qunit

    unit test helpers for ember


  6. An Ember addon that provides a Date service, including test fake.

    JavaScript 2 4

Contribution activity

June 2021

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in ember-template-lint/ember-template-lint that received 12 comments

feat(todos): Adds support for configuring todo decay days by rule

Implements #1880 and supersedes #1964. This change adds support for using a config file, .lint-todorc.js. This config is a superset of the old conf…

+790 −618 12 comments
Reviewed 17 pull requests in 9 repositories
babel-plugin-ember-test-metadata/babel-plugin-ember-test-metadata 5 pull requests
ember-a11y/ember-a11y-testing 3 pull requests
ember-template-lint/ember-template-lint-todo-utils 2 pull requests
checkupjs/checkup 2 pull requests
thoov/stitch 1 pull request
emberjs/ember-test-waiters 1 pull request
ember-template-lint/ember-template-lint 1 pull request
ember-cli/watch-detector 1 pull request
ember-truncate/ember-truncate 1 pull request
Opened 5 issues in 2 repositories
1 contribution in private repositories Jun 17

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