Amarachi Amaechi

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Amarachi Amaechi

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Amarachi Amaechi is a self-taught front-end developer who is passionate about building an accessible and inclusive web for all.

She speaks at conferences worldwide and organizes Vuejs Nigeria, a meetup for front-end engineers in Nigeria. She also writes technical articles on her blog and loves sharing knowledge with the community.

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Building fast, optimized & SEO friendly apps with Nuxt



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Building fast, optimized & SEO friendly apps with Nuxt



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