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Full-Stack Dev | Tech Lead | Solutions Architect

Software developer with over ten years of experience building complex front-end clients, REST and GraphQL APIs, mobile apps, scraping tools, CLI utilities, in verticals such as healthcare, fintech, insurance, SaaS platforms, e-commerce.



  • JavaScript / TypeScript

    • Back-End: Node.js (Nest, Loopback, Express, Restify, Prisma)
    • Front-End: React.js, Vue.js, Svelte, Angular, Angular.js, Ember.js, Backbone, jQuery, MooTools
    • Mobile: ReactNative, Native Script, Ionic
    • CMS: Strapi, KeystoneJS
  • C#

    • Full-Stack: .NET Core
    • Front-End: Blazor
  • PHP

    • Full-Stack: Laravel, CodeIgniter
    • CMS: WordPress
  • Ruby

    • Full-Stack: Rails
  • HTML

    • Emmet, Handlebars, Mustache
  • CSS

    • SCSS, BEM
  • OPS

    • CI/CD: GitHub Actions, BitBucket Pipelines, GitLab Pipelines, CircleCI, CodeShip, Travis
    • Hosting/PaaS: DigitalOcean, Google Cloud Platform, Firebase, Netlify, Heroku


  1. A simple Netlify CMS widget to autogenerate IDs for collection items.

    JavaScript 7 1

  2. A simple abstraction class that simplifies form validations with Vuetify.

    JavaScript 8 3

  3. Manage your GraphQL schema in separate files and merge them automatically with GraphQL Bundler.

    JavaScript 6

  4. Load, initialise and retrieve your Sequelize models with a single line of code.

    JavaScript 4

  5. A lightning fast, easy to use router for WordPress.

    PHP 53 4

  6. Glob functionality with cached outputs.

    JavaScript 4

47 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

May 2021

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April 2021

6 contributions in private repositories Apr 11 – Apr 30

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