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Hi there! My name is Agam, which - in my native language - means lake🌊.

I've been writing code since I was 12 years old. Since I'm in my late 20s, that means that I know enough stuff about the world of software development to know that I do not know enough about the world of software development.

Every single day, tens of millions of developers and thousands of companies are pushing the boundaries of what's possible to do with code. The only way I could think of to deal with this avalanche of new information is to continue learning - every, single, day.

I built Unzip.dev for myself, as a way to keep track of what's going on in the world of software. But, secretly, I actually also built it for my friends - who, like me, spend an awful lot of time sifting through Hacker News, Reddit, GitHub and (god forbid) Medium to stay updated on the latest and greatest stuff that goes on in the interwebs.

The world needs more people who know what's actually going on. This is how great tech gets built - dots are connected, lines are drawn, and a new story starts to take shape. To be a fly on that wall? That, my friends, is worth all the things.

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