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Sup people, what projects are you working on?

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    Flow network for the web, similar to Unity and Blender shader graphs.
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    A new, new internet
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    A game that will never be successful
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    A CSS library
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    Building an web based component-UI environment with vsCode's editor. Will be used for Developing, testing, documenting, Wireframing and exporting all that in a appropriate template like HTML, JSX or HScript to be then used inside the Project.
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    Vue js + Feathers js boilerplate.

    Edit; by Vue I mean Nuxt js.
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    @ScriptCoded wow that's sounds interesting 🤓👍🏼
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    @leksyib can't wait to see your new new internet 👍🏼
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    @LordNikon lol, well it depends how far you wanna go with it. Share some pics with the community. I bet your game is going to be a rockstar! 👍🏼
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    @redpanda101 oh, that sounds"heavy" lol 👍🏼
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    @010001111 nice, seems is going well on your hands 👍🏼
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    @Fexell Cool 😎👍🏼
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    @JobV hah, thanks! It's a long way off yet but I'm sure I'll post something here sooner or later
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    A (SaaS) project that requires on demand resources (through Docker/PHP/C), to move data from one system to another through Soap, cXML,, Restful and ftp API's.
    All the requests are published through SocketCluster into a RabbitMQ cluster and then executed by workers and the output is logged in Postgresql. Every subsequent event from the workers is re-published into SocketCluster until the end of the event train is reached and the result is fired back up the chain until it reaches the source requested again.

    Sounds complicated but really it is more complicated then it sounds.
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    @DarkMukke you lost me on the first 10 words... Lol way to go! Keep it up!
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    Our storage appliance vendor's API gives us incomplete/incorrect data about the firmware levels for disk controllers, so I wrote an app that cascades SSH connections to 5000 devices to run the storage info commands, compile them, and load them into a single Redis backend. Now I've been working on a frontend that displays the compiled data in HTML, CSV, and json. It's been really fun!
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    @bahua indeed 👍🏼
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