Hey, Github released a feature that allows users to create a Readme profile. This readme enables you to introduce yourself to Github, not essential but interesting to highlight your profile's tech aspect, unlike Linkedin.

Here is mine :

## 👋  Hi there 

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Starting with a double degree, Business-Engineer, to become DataViz Manager for Big Data at ..... 
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<details><summary>More informations ...</summary>

### :pencil2: Projects 
  
#### [WeAreOpenSource](https://weareopensource.me)

WAOS"s goal is to simplify the **start** of new **tech projects** / **startups**. As we know It must be **fast**, **efficient** while **avoiding the refactor** afterward. So through the creation of [Open-Source](https://github.com/weareopensource) **stacks** / **tools** .....

### :package: Tools/Tech

```Node, Swift, Angular, Vue, React, Go```<br />
```Docker, Rancher, Kubernetes, GCloud, Ovh```<br />
```Photoshop, Sketch, Affinity, iMovie```<br />
```Zapier, Ghost, iftt```<br />
 
### :link: Socials 
 
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[Linkedin](https://badges.weareopensource.me/badge/Add-me%20on%20linkedin-006DA9.svg?style=flat-square)](https://www.linkedin.com/in/pierre-brisorgueil/) [![Github](https://badges.weareopensource.me/badge/Follow-me%20on%20Github-282828.svg?style=flat-square)](https://github.com/PierreBrisorgueil) ....

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To do this, nothing complicated, create a repository named like your GitHub nickname and define a Readme. For example, here is mine. I did something simple, but here's some inspiration!

Start your communication! :)