All three projects started by Pete, presenting a simple and powerful alternative to the standard Elixir cowboy/Plug/Phoenix web stack. They’re interesting and awesome enough I started contributing to them as much as I can.
A thin Elixir wrapper for
:redbug production-friendly Erlang tracing debugger.
It tries to preserve
:redbug’s simple and intuitive interface while making it
more convenient to use by Elixir developers.
A simple Elixir library for creating decently-performing crawlers with minimum effort. Written mainly to understand GenStage, Flow, and the process of publishing a package on hex.pm.
A C# CLI tool to crack a game of Boggle. Given a word dictionary and a “board” state, under half a second lists all words that are possible to find, sorted from most to least valuable. Written as part of coding interviews preparations :)
A more convenient way to browse and filter your reddit saved items. Playing with the Reddit API and deploying a Play! Framework app to Heroku. Source code here
The simplest way I could find to have settings synchronised between computers and to set up a new OSX machine.
My entry for the 2014 Hello World Open competition, written in python. Placed 4th (IIRC) in the Europe & Africa region.
(this is where abandoned projects go to
die never be picked up again)
A curses-based console collaborative editor proof of concept. I wrote it to wrap my head around Erlang and OTP.
I still might go and extract the logic from it and rewrite it one day when I create a band ;)