I'm Eric Amodio — an entrepreneur, innovator, leader, architect, and full-stack developer. My passion lies with dreaming up new ideas and bringing them to life through code. I thrive on challenges and solving complex problems, while also ensuring that the challenges accepted and solutions devised are always made with an eye on the bigger picture — the user experience. I pride myself with the ability of being able to see the forest for the trees, as well as being able to dive deeply into the details. I take great care in the experience, architecture, and code of the products that I build.
I am also an open-source enthusiast and maintainer. I ❤ open-source — both building and contributing. I love the collaboration and the sharing of knowledge driven by the open-source movement. It is a wonderful and exciting time to be a developer.
When I'm not coding 1 or keeping up with the latest technologies, you will find me spending time with my wife and two kids. I also love traveling, hiking, camping, and diving.
I'm an open-source enthusiast and maintainer. I ❤ open-source — both building and contributing. I love the collaboration and the sharing of knowledge driven by the open-source movement.
At the same time, open-source comes with a cost, of which gets paid by trading time and energy from other areas — for me it is usually sleep 💤, but sometimes also family. Of course, by sponsoring me and my work, you can't create time, but you can certainly help increase the reward aspect of trading this precious time and help ensure that it continues.
I spend a lot of my “free” time building and maintaining GitLens for VS Code and have for well over 3 years now. From its very humble beginnings, GitLens has grown wildly beyond my expectations — in both its reach as well as its demands on my time and attention. GitLens now has over 4 million installs (~34M downloads 😱) and is used by teams of all sizes, from single devs to enterprise teams. I also author and maintain many other VS Code extensions (and have ideas for many more) as well as contribute to many open-source projects.
💖 Thank you for your future sponsorship! And to my incredible sponsors — thank you so much for your contributions. I am truly humbled by your generosity and support.
GitLens supercharges the Git capabilities built into Visual Studio Code. It helps you to visualize code authorship at a glance via Git blame annotations and code lens, seamlessly navigate and explore Git repositories, gain valuable insights via powerful comparison commands, and so much more.
GitLens simply helps you better understand code. Quickly glimpse into whom, why, and when a line or code block was changed. Jump back through history to gain further insights as to how and why the code evolved. Effortlessly explore the history and evolution of a codebase.
While GitLens is generously offered to everyone free of charge, if you find it useful, please consider supporting it. Also please consider starring it, writing a review, following me on Twitter and GitHub, or hiring me.
Read the reviews to see what people are saying about GitLens. I am truly humbled by the love and support of the Visual Studio Code community.
Pure is a beautifully designed, clean and simple clock for Fitbit Versa devices.
While Pure is generously offered to everyone free of charge, if you find it useful, please consider supporting it.
- Always-on display support! (Versa 2 only)
- Customizable time display
- Choose to animate (blink) the time separator
- Choose whether to show a leading zero for the hour
- Choose whether to show the date
- Customizable heart rate display
- Heart icon changes color from cool (blue) to hot (red) as your heart rate changes
- Choose a heart rate animation
- No Animation
- Pulse (regularly) — heart icon will pulse at 60 bpm
- Pulse (heart rate) — heart icon will pulse with your heart rate
- Toggle resting heart rate on/off
- Customizable battery display
- Toggle percentage on/off