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  1. Realtime MVC Framework for Node.js

    JavaScript 22k 1.9k

  2. Open source device management, built on osquery.

    Go 443 83

  3. An adapter-based ORM for Node.js with support for mysql, mongo, postgres, mssql (SQL Server), and more

    JavaScript 5.3k 562

  4. ration Public

    A Vue.js + Sails 1.0 example app

    JavaScript 275 120

  5. parley Public

    Flow control harness for implementors. Builds a Deferred object that supports async/await, promise chaining, and conventional Node callbacks.

    JavaScript 22 12

  6. Open source webhook gateway (serverlus for the rest of us)

    JavaScript 4 2

1,354 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to fleetdm/fleet, mikermcneil/hydroplane, balderdashy/sails and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 15 commits in 2 repositories

Created a pull request in fleetdm/fleet that received 8 comments

👦 🐺 Disable flaky/failing tests for now.

Seeing a lot of red "x"s is disheartening, and if we don't carve out time: I've tracked a roadmap objective under "Contributor experience" to prio…

+0 −75 8 comments

Created an issue in fleetdm/fleet that received 5 comments

Host details page: CPU is blank (UI bug only)

Fleet version (Head to the "My account" page in the Fleet UI or run fleetctl version): 4.2.3 🧑‍💻  Expected behavior Testing with real-world mac an…

5 comments
Opened 63 other issues in 1 repository
fleetdm/fleet 50 open 13 closed
73 contributions in private repositories Sep 1 – Sep 21

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