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Hey friends 🐾

♥️ making and sharing things.

Currently building Learn Anything, a place for learning any topic and sharing ideas.

I am active on GitHub where I publish Alfred workflows, websites, libraries & tools.

I love sharing what I know by writing about it in my wiki.

I also make educational YouTube videos and share things on Twitter.

And I have a personal page which has even more things that you might find an interest in.

If you use any of my projects or like what I’m doing, please consider backing me so I can continue maintaining and evolving these projects and new ones.

If you want to do a one-time donation with an optional message, you can do so too.

Thank you so much for your support ♥️

10 sponsors are funding nikitavoloboev’s work.

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Help me justify releasing everything in the open. Accessible to everyone. 🖤

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@CORE-Multichain

Featured work

  1. learn-anything/learn-anything

    Organize world's knowledge, explore connections and curate learning paths

    TypeScript 13,421
  2. nikitavoloboev/my-mac-os

    List of applications and tools that make my macOS experience even more amazing

  3. nikitavoloboev/alfred-web-searches

    Alfred workflow to search through any website (easily extendable list)

  4. nikitavoloboev/alfred-my-mind

    Alfred workflow to search through my notes and bookmarks

  5. learn-anything/curated-lists

    Curated lists on various topics

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