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Stephen Afam-Osemene

Part Programmer, Part Engineer, Part Entrepreneur. I have many interests that converge on improving lives with technology

Location Hamburg, Germany Joined Joined on  Personal website https://stephenafamo.com github website twitter website

Education

B.Eng Mechanical Engineering

Work

Backend Engineer

The best way to style broken images

The best way to style broken images

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Compounding Competence

Compounding Competence

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Authenticating 3rd Party Integrations in Go

Authenticating 3rd Party Integrations in Go

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Gracefully shutting down multiple workers in Go

Gracefully shutting down multiple workers in Go

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Better scheduling in Go

Better scheduling in Go

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Implementing an Event Driven System in Go

Implementing an Event Driven System in Go

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Tailwind CSS: Getting Set Up in Minutes

Tailwind CSS: Getting Set Up in Minutes

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Loops in Go

Loops in Go

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Docker Volumes: An Introduction

Docker Volumes: An Introduction

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Explain the Unicorn reaction on dev.to Like I'm Five

Explain the Unicorn reaction on dev.to Like I'm Five

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Understanding Docker Containers

Understanding Docker Containers

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Easy and powerful reverse proxy and load balancing with Docker

Easy and powerful reverse proxy and load balancing with Docker

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How to create an autocomplete input with plain Javascript

How to create an autocomplete input with plain Javascript

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Moving a WordPress site into a Docker Container

Moving a WordPress site into a Docker Container

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Docker, Nginx and Let’s Encrypt for a secure website

Docker, Nginx and Let’s Encrypt for a secure website

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