I believe that as developers we should always strive to excel at what we do. Never submit code to “get the job done”. Submit code that will make you proud.
A few open source projects I released:
Config-Server – A deploy-ready Docker image running a web server that will serve your configuration over HTTP. Just mount your configuration as a YAML file and get it running.
Paraman – A Clojure library that converts maps into HTTP encoded form-params or querystring. Supports arrays, nested objects and arrays of objects.
NGINX-API-Gateway – A boilerplate for testing an NGINX configuration in a micro-services architecture using docker and docker-compose.
Elixir-Dockerfile – An Elixir onbuild Dockerfile. Just put it into the root directory of your Elixir project and docker build to get a ready-to-deploy docker image.
Chef-ES-Backup – A Chef cookbook to backup and restore Elasticsearch indices.
TrackIt – A Ruby gem for tracking ActiveRecord attribute changes.
Phantom-Manager – A Ruby gem for handling multiple PhantomJS process behind a NginX server.
TraceD – A Ruby gem for tracing method execution time using Ruby and StatsD.