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Tim Scanlin

I like to build things.

Currently I live in Oakland, CA and work as a senior frontend engineer at Credit Karma.

I enjoy creating websites and applications using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript in addition to contributing to open source projects. Sometimes I also write articles on my blog.

In my free time I enjoy riding my bike, kayaking, hiking, playing board games, doing yoga, and making stuff with LEDs.



Open source

  • tocbot - Generate a dynamic table of contents for a webpage
  • next-blog - Simple blogging for next.js
  • css-razor - Remove unused CSS quickly and efficiently
  • processmd - Process/convert markdown files to json
  • - Simple web app for helping people with speech impairments, code is available on gitlab.
  • serverless-s3-crud - Simple s3 CRUD api using a lambda
  • - The source code for my personal site

Popular repositories

  1. tocbot Public

    Build a table of contents from headings in an HTML document.

    JavaScript 1.1k 101

  2. Markdown based blog using next.js, supporting static export

    JavaScript 544 110

  3. css-razor uses cheerio.js to parse static html to remove unused selectors in CSS.

    JavaScript 162 3

  4. Process a directory of markdown and yaml files to json files based on glob patterns

    JavaScript 97 20

  5. Serverless CRUD service using S3

    JavaScript 75 17

  6. svgsplit Public

    Tool for splitting svg files

    CSS 10 3

53 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to tscanlin/tocbot, tscanlin/tscanlin, tscanlin/processmd and 4 other repositories

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August 2022

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