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Hi there, I'm Usama Sadiq.

Python Django


Docker Amazon AWS

  • 🔭 I’m currently working for Arbisoft & edX.
  • 🌱 I’m currently learning AWS.
  • 💬 Ask me about Python, Django, Testing, Docker, Jenkins Automation or any tech related stuff.
  • 😄 Pronouns: He/His
  • Fun fact: I am a big fan of Literature (Anime / Manga / Novels / Comics ).


  1. A common place for my coding exercises.

    Python 1

  2. The Open edX LMS & Studio, powering education sites around the world!

    Python 6.2k 3.4k

  3. tox Public

    Forked from tox-dev/tox

    Command line driven CI frontend and development task automation tool


  4. virtualenv Public

    Forked from pypa/virtualenv

    Virtual Python Environment builder


3,096 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to openedx/edx-platform, openedx/pytest-repo-health, openedx/help-tokens and 199 other repositories

Contribution activity

December 2022

Reviewed 15 pull requests in 15 repositories
openedx/web-fragments 1 pull request
openedx/edx-drf-extensions 1 pull request
openedx/edx-toggles 1 pull request
edx/edx-e2e-tests 1 pull request
openedx/enmerkar-underscore 1 pull request
openedx/configuration 1 pull request
edx/frontend-app-communications 1 pull request
openedx/pytest-warnings-report 1 pull request
edx/testeng-ci 1 pull request
openedx/api-doc-tools 1 pull request
openedx/repo-tools 1 pull request
openedx/edx-celeryutils 1 pull request
openedx/edx-sphinx-theme 1 pull request
openedx/auth-backends 1 pull request
openedx/edx-rbac 1 pull request
5 contributions in private repositories Dec 1 – Dec 2

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