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jpwilliams/README.md

👋 Hi! I'm Jack.

I'm a software developer specialising in Node.js along with large portions of experience (and fun) working with React and React Native.

Here's a couple of things that I'm keeping busy with:

  • 👨🏻‍💻 Working as a Full Stack Developer at Social Energy.
  • 🎹 Creating MIDI Mixer, a Windows app that lets you control application volumes using MIDI.
  • ✍🏻 Writing tech blog posts over at my notebook.
  • 🌱 Learning Svelte.
Check out some of my latest blog posts

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  1. Control your Windows volumes (and more) with MIDI.

    39

  2. Grab a plain-text version number of the latest GitHub release of a repository.

    TypeScript 1

  3. remit Public archive

    RabbitMQ-backed microservices supporting RPC, pubsub, automatic service discovery and scaling with no code changes.

    JavaScript 26 8

  4. go-remit Public

    A small set of functionality used to create microservices that don't need to be aware of one-another's existence. It uses AMQP at its core to manage service discovery-like behaviour without the nee…

    Go 2 1

  5. gitree Public

    Print a directory tree that shows Git status and ignores files dictated by .gitignore.

    JavaScript 27 3

  6. A tiny version of Golang's WaitGroup for Deno with promises and zero dependencies.

    TypeScript 1

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