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Joined as an Editor-at-Large
Summer 2017 edition of Asymptote is now online! Gathering exclusive work from 27 countries, the new issue is themed “Worlds Within Worlds” and featuring new fiction by master story-teller Mercè Rodoreda, interviews with Kafka translator Michael Hofmann and 2017 Prix Net Art winner Bogosi Sekhukhuni, the first love poems by Nobel frontrunner Ko Un, who poignantly captures the longing of “the world…in want of the world.”, as well as “Visiting a Haunted House,” a piece excerpted from Intan Paramaditha's upcoming novel, Gentayangan: Pilih Sendiri Petualangan Sepatu Merahmu (The Wandering: Choose Your Own Red Shoes Adventure).

Where to begin? Our blog editors offer suggestions http://www.asymptotejournal.com/.../blog-editors.../ 

On some personal news: I’m so delighted to let you know that this month I've joined Asymptote Journal as an Editor-at-Large for Indonesia, filling a position left vacant by Tiffany Tsao, who now becomes Editor-at-Large for Australia. I will be in charge of this region with fellow Indonesian, Norman Erikson Pasaribu. (Nevertheless, at the same time, I’m still serving idwriters.com

Hope this new issue helps you pass a great week!
Jan 16, 2022
Wrote JavaScript
Pair programming
Diversity and Inclusion
Used Github
Github Readme
Updated my profile
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This week highlights
  1. Start the week learning the effective use of communication and cross-cultural knowledge as tools for resolving conflicts in work relationships. The use of empathy, curiosity, and questioning own biases when communicating in cross cultures
  2. A fresher look at Node Package Module (NPM), ES6 Modules, and syntax
  3. Refactored the book collection app built last week using the es6 module. You can check it out here: https://github.com/netman5/book-collection. Live link coming soon.
  4. A first dive at Webpack setup and configuration, Create a starter boilerplates template repo on GitHub for a project with webpack, Lighthouse, Stylelint, Eslint & hint. You can find the link to the repo is here:  https://github.com/netman5/webpack-linters-boilerplates. If you find it useful, please kindly give the project a star.
  5. Build a Todo App. A simple to-do app for managing daily tasks using Webpack, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. With the functionality to add, edit, remove, delete multiple completed tasks and save on localstorage. Link to repo here: https://github.com/netman5/To-do
  6. Create the first draft of my professional GitHub READMe profile page. Check here: https://github.com/netman5/netman5. If you like it kindly, give me a star, and feel free to fork it for personal use. Suggestion on how to make it better is highly welcome.
  7. Weekly dose of Algorithm and Data Structure Queue & Stacks
Shoutout to my coding partners this week, and the morning session team you guys are rockstars.
Stay tuned for the upcoming highlight.
Jan 09, 2022
Github Readme
Updated my profile
Added profile
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Add a customized GitHub READMe to my Github profile https://github.com/netman5
Nov 30, 2021
Contributed to Open Source Project
Released a new version
Updated my profile
Used Github
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Revamped MySpace with some better metrics and layout, and by that I mean my GitHub profile README.

After a lot of back and forth experimentation I decided to stick with these actions:
- actions/github-script
- siddharth2016/quote-readme
- lowlighter/metrics

There are also a couple of hidden gems but wouldn't really call them easter eggs. Take a look if you want to increase your nerd factor!

Here are some good resources if you are hype about this kind of MySpace revival:
- GitHub docs managing your profile readme
- Michelle Mannering's series on READMEs
- Monica Powell's early adopter profile discovery
Updated my profile
I changed my Polywork header and finally configured my domain.
Aug 18, 2021
Updated my profile
New profile picture is a sign of changes to come! ;)
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