Tools I created

Whether you are just starting or have been a professional developer for some time, I have tools that can help you be more effective in your work.


OctoLinker is the easiest and best way to navigate between files and projects on GitHub.

It supports languages such as JavaScript, Ruby, Go, PHP, JAVA and more. It works with package.json as well as with Gemfiles. OctoLinker is trusted by over 30,000 developers and my most successful open source project so far.


Tentacle an Internal Developer Portal (IDP) like experience right on GitHub.

Pull Request Badge

Pull Request Badge is a GitHub App that lets you programatically insert badges in your pull request descriptions and then link them to anything.

It was initially built to add a JIRA badge whenever a Pull Request is opened, is now a fully customizable service that can be used to present any information in a consistent way above the Pull Request description. Read how to automatically add links across all of your pull requests using Pull Request Badge.


Jumpcat is a browser extension that brings you an alternative command palette to GitHub.

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Awesome list

A categorized community-driven collection of awesome browser extensions for GitHub. The list is maintained by the community and updated daily.

Color Theme Explorer for Tailwind CSS

The tool is still under development, but the Color Theme Explorer for Tailwind CSS is already working, and I use it myself whenever I do design work with Tailwind CSS.