Hacktoberfest and Open Sourcing a React.js Component

I am writing this post because of the negativity around Hacktoberfest for the past two weeks. I always loved that time of the year, where I could go to GitHub and check repositories that were kind of unmaintained to update some things or try out a new technology that I always wanted to try. That is how I got into Node.js and React, and I thank every maintainer for this. I am always having an awesome…

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Full-Stack Developer @stripe with a passion for React, Vue.js, JavaScript and .NET Core, also doing Python/Django development. https://www.kevinpeters.net/

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Kevin Peters

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Full-Stack Developer @stripe with a passion for React, Vue.js, JavaScript and .NET Core, also doing Python/Django development. https://www.kevinpeters.net/

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