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Hello 👋

Welcome to my Github profile!

I am Xavier, a Senior Creative Developer from La Rochelle, based in France.
Open source lover, Webpack bundler, Atom user. Mostly coding javascript and building libraries that embrace the web power.

I am part of the @barbajs core team. Most time, I manage issues on the Github repository, make code contributions, update the documentation website and mainly help people on Slack by answering questions/issues.

Today, almost 30% of my work time is dedicated to open source. If you need help in your development workflow (debug/refactor/learn) or just like my work and want to give me some recognition, consider becoming a sponsor to keep me moving forward on this way.

You can discover my Github Sponsors profile and learn a little bit more about me at

Thanks for your support


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  5. Automate running Lighthouse for every commit, viewing the changes, and preventing regressions

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January 2022

Created 33 commits in 2 repositories
87 contributions in private repositories Jan 1 – Jan 19

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