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I'm a full-stack developer and DevOps engineer.

I regularly use and contribute to Open Source projects.

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1,487 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

November 2022

Created 5 repositories

Created a pull request in nuxt/ that received 6 comments

fix: update link to new website

See #2163

+2 −2 6 comments
Opened 3 other pull requests in 2 repositories
DendraScience/dendra-web-ui 1 closed 1 merged
charmbracelet/vhs 1 merged

Created an issue in nuxt/ that received 3 comments

v3 announcement link is bad.

The component for the NuxtLink automatically prepends a slash to the link, but the link in the app went from being a relative resource to an absol…

Opened 5 other issues in 5 repositories
40 contributions in private repositories Nov 1 – Nov 29

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