Mastering GitHub packages like a pro

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THE other day I got an email from GitHub informing me that I was granted access to GitHub Packages feature. It was the news I had been waiting for a while as I saw they started beta testing months ago. I really love the way GitHub aggregates code-related services inside the platform. Just imagine that you don’t need to think about where to store your libraries, Docker images, and other stuff! It can save tons of time…

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Sergey Nikitin

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Frontend dev @ Catawiki.com, Amsterdam, NL. TypeScript, Angular, React, Webpack, NodeJS. We also can talk about surfing or snowboarding twitter.com/n0th1ng_else

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