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micha
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coders

Postby micha » Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:38 pm

Are any of you developers? I'm always interested to see what people are working on as far as side projects or "just for fun". I'm currently playing with a little project that uses the Air-BNB scheduler module to maybe create a booking site for some local activities around where I live if anyone's interesting in talking about it or contributing. It's a react front end with a node express backend. It's linked up, I just need to focus more on the front end now and clean up the CSS (alot). Few things left to be done but, for the most part it's a skeleton.

Interested in all things code, please share :D

stark
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Re: coders

Postby stark » Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:18 pm

I definitely code! A lot, hehe. I'm a full-stack web dev, and I actually spend most of my time these days developing things related to MUDs. I've been coding a whole web-based mud platform from scratch for the last 6 years, built with Python, ZeroMQ, Redis, Postgres and a hybrid Vue.js / Backbone frontend. The code's not open source but I'd be happy to give you read access if you want to take a look under the hood, send me a PM (or msg me on Discord) if so. The platform itself is up at https://writtenrealms.com

I've also done some coding specifically for WoT, and those projects are open source:

The code for the wot web client (https://writtenrealms.com/wot) is available here https://github.com/teebes/wotc/ and a vue.js version of it (slower, interestingly) is on a branch here https://github.com/teebes/wotc/tree/vue. It doesn't contain the code for the websocket - telnet proxy but that's a part of the Realms codebase so if you get access to that you'll be able to see how that works too.

Then I built the combat calculator (https://writtenrealms.com/wot/playground), and the code for that is available in yet another branch here https://github.com/teebes/wotc/tree/playground.

Next thing I want to build is a new eq trainer basically, still working out how I want to do the data ingestion for all that though. I was considering using that as an excuse to play with GraphQL! Just need to find the time

If you have anything sharable for your air-bnb scheduler, I'd love to take a look.

micha
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Joined: Wed May 02, 2018 8:54 am

Re: coders

Postby micha » Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:33 am

https://github.com/amast09/lowcountry-fishing
https://github.com/jmay89tiy

We've been pushing everything to a friend of mine's but, the lowcountryfishing project has the air bnb datepicker we used. Pretty cool! I just need to spend some time on CSS soon and get it up formed out (I've never actually edited the css to the air bnb date picker, so I'm wondering if I can blow up the calendar and make it like a home page banner or what all I can do to the CSS since it's like boot strappy/modular). I'm a full stack guy myself! I haven't coded a ton lately, have been serving more as a PM for my company but, if you ever have anything you want to work on let me know I'd be interested. I would still consider myself a junior as I graduated a coding bootcamp about a year and 5 months ago and got a job straight out of school. Tech has definitely been the coolest job I've had so far.

I really want to build a few more projects and fill out my github, haven't done a ton in there since school.


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