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Example event_sourcery app
A library for building event sourced applications in Ruby
Open Github pull requests via your Buildkite builds
Update gem dependencies in a Buildkite build!
🍫 bundle update PRs: Automated. Annotated. Announced daily.
A Heroku Buildback that automates the decryption of EJSON secrets on deploy
Fixtures aren't fun. Machinist is.
Lumberjacks cut down trees. This lumberjack builds them (it's a generic DSL for constructing object trees).
Demonstrating the power of Unwrappr
The missing CloudFormation tool
The open source version of the AWS CloudFormation User Guide
A database of vulnerable Ruby Gems
A double-entry accounting system for Ruby applications.
WordPress Theme & Plugin management for the Envato Market.
The WordPress Theme Check plugin for Envato
Puppet module to install the Datadog agent
Gem to interrogate and connect to ECS clusters, Spot fleets and Autoscaling groups
Terraform provider for Sumo Logic.
Request signing and verification made easy
A new take on event sourcing in ruby
Test your CloudFormation templates
logshare is a library & CLI client for retrieving logs from Cloudflare's Enterprise Log Share service.
OAuth 2.0 provider toolkit for nodeJS, standalone server and express middleware support. Forked to fix issue with accessToken.
A gem for talking to the pagerduty API
A test harness that enables testing of Cloudflare Workers
This is a Slack bot that publishes a team's pull requests to their Slack Channel, once provided the organisation name, the team members' github names, and a list of repos to follow. It is my first 20% project at GDS.
Checks JSON files for correct syntax and no silly mistakes
Document your application with a living component library and styleguide