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Sherry Day
Sherry Day

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What are you currently working on? What's the most interesting part?

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Ben Halpern

As for direct software work, I'm working on some continued enhancements to our spam detection for DEV and other Forems, it's fun work with lots of new technology to explore!

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Ole Petersen

Cool! What are you using there?

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Aaron Reese

Going all-in on learning a new stack and building a fantasy f1 game
T3 app with ...
Prisma ORM
Tailwind css

My usual stack is
Vue 3 (JS not TS)
Python serverless functions
Bootstrap or Vuetify (material design)

Most interesting part is probably using tRPC for shared typesafe models across front and backend

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Jon Randy πŸŽ–οΈ • Edited

Being a team lead on part of a project that uses all my front end web skills, and:

  • Doesn't run in a web browser
  • Makes no HTTP requests other than loading local resources (doesn't even require an internet connection)
  • Allows me to be super creative
  • Throws up many totally new and interesting challenges
  • Has made my development career fun again!
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Leon Huang

a Sass sofeware like jira, using Angular and RxJS to build it

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Clay Ferguson

I'm working on Quanta, and the interesting part is the Quantization. :)

Learn What Quantization Is...

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Nilan Saha

I am working on a website for landing page inspiration called
Its been going pretty well and I had 10,000 unique users last month. I am learning a lot around marketing so thats pretty cool.

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Nice webstie, keep it going πŸ‘

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Corners to wall

I am working on myself.
My daily routine:

  1. Wake up
  2. Breakfast
  3. Nothing to do

Third point most difficult, but I try change them. I wanna do app with tinder api. Back, ui all inclusive

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Jean-Michel Fayard πŸ‡«πŸ‡·πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¨πŸ‡΄

I'm trying to get out of the writer block

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K (he/him)

I'm trying to build a decentalized encrypted image uploader.

The interesting part is making it available for people who don't have a crypto wallet.

Right now I'm trying to integrate the authentication service with the encryption service, but they have a bit different opinions on how things should be done :D

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Christopher Kade

We just pushed to production a huge rework of one of the most visited pages of our website, exciting times ! So right now I'm in damage control mode & implementing new features :)

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Jacob Enders

Rebuilding my original PHP / Vanilla javascript application ( in SVELTE.

The most interesting part about it, is how much bad code I wrote 4 years ago as a newbie. And how simple & small the project actually is when using a modern framework.

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RaΓ­ B. Toffoletto

Personally I'm working in an electron app to visualize / edit sqlite databases. It's interesting to learn more in-depth the innerworks of SQLite and how to better structure a event driven communication between main and renderer procesees. Been using React , MUI and the Monaco editor.

Hopefully will have an alpha soon. 😁

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I am working on a website for software recommendation & marketplace it's called

Its only a week old i'm getting around 50 unique users per day. I'm also learning a lot about marketing so thats good.

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Iβ€˜m working on a home automation system written in Typescript.
I’m using HomeAssistant right now, but it’s to heavy for my needs

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Joost van der Schee

I am working on a project enabling people to build full websites in just two files without leaving their browser (on Github). I even created a website for it:

An Animated Guide to Node.js Event Loop

Node.js doesn’t stop from running other operations because of Libuv, a C++ library responsible for the event loop and asynchronously handling tasks such as network requests, DNS resolution, file system operations, data encryption, etc.

What happens under the hood when Node.js works on tasks such as database queries? We will explore it by following this piece of code step by step.