My GitHub repositories
Below is a list of all the GitHub repositories I shared.
The number between brackets shows the year I created the repo in. Repos with a 🌟 are my
favourite. Repos with 💡 mean they are in an idea stage still.
- Learn Anything (2017) 🌟 - Search Interactive Maps to Learn Anything.
- Alfred Learn Anything (2017) 🌟 - Alfred workflow to search Learn Anything.
- Dotfiles (2016) 🌟 - Zsh, Neovim, Karabiner, Hammerspoon, VS Code.
- My macOS (2016) 🌟 - A list of applications and various tools that make my macOS experience even more amazing.
- My iOS (2016) 🌟 - A list of applications and tools I use that make my iOS experience even more amazing.
- AMA (2017) 🌟 - Ask me anything.
- Home (2017) - My personal home on the internet.
- Knowledge (2017) 🌟 - Everything I know.
- Ask Create Share (2017) 🌟 - Create various Web Submissions (Stack exchange, Reddit and more).
- Web Searches (2017) 🌟 - Search through any website on the web (easily extendable list).
- My Mind (2017) 🌟 - Search through my notes and bookmarks on the web.
- Birthday (2017) - Showcase how much time passed since your birthday.
- Small Workflows (2017) 🌟 - Small Alfred workflows I use.
- Awesome Lists (2017) 🌟 - Browse all awesome lists in seconds.
- GitHub users (2018) 💡 - Search people you follow on GitHub.
- last.fm (2018) 💡 - Communicate with last.fm website.
- Trello (2018) 💡 - Communicate with Trello.
- MindNode Parser (2017) 💡 - Go library to parse mind maps from MindNode.
- Markdown Parser (2017) - Go library to parse markdown to grab various things.
- License Up (2017) 🌟 - Create a license quickly for a given name.
- Al (2017) 💡 - Find your aliases and shell functions.
- Privacy Respecting (2017) 🌟 - Curated List of Privacy Respecting Services and Software.
- Find work (2018) - Curated list of websites and resources to find work programming.
- LeetCode (2017) - Solutions for LeetCode in Python and Go.
- Euler (2017) - Solutions to problems in Project Euler written in Python and Go.
- Coding practice (2018) - Solving problems.
- macOS Automation Guide (2017) 💡 - Online book focused on learning how to automate everything on your mac.