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vovafeldman/README.md

Hi there 👋

I'm a serial maker and full-stack developer who transitioned from the technical co-founder seat 💺 to becoming the ship's captain - aye-aye 👨‍✈️

🧐 Addicted to challenges and solving complex problems that may seem unsolvable using technology and engineering.

🧘‍♂️ Passionate about optimization (in all aspects of life), learning something new every day, fitness, and pursuit of happiness.

🔋 I get pumped by helping fellow developers in the open-source space to make a living while pursuing their passion products through Freemius (so meta, I know...).

🤠 Are you looking for your next rodeo? 🚀 I'm looking for a tech lead to take over Freemius' engineering and help me taking the company to its next level!

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