Nick Webster

I'm a software developer and technology enthusiast from New Zealand.

I try to make software that's helpful, including apps like μPad, Taxii, Abstract, MyTimetable, and tools like Fancy.

As a way to practice back-end development, I made and ran a social network called Campfyre. I also enjoy experimenting with decentralised tech; to learn about IPFS, I made a tool called Rehua.

I've contributed to a few different open source projects, including the Angular CLI and RxJS.

I am currently working for Trade Me, and I'm a postgraduate Computer Science student at Victoria University of Wellington.

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