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  1. 👩‍🎨 Maisie – User-oriented system for painless managing, storing, sharing, organizing and deploying Machine Learning models. Features a command line interface, a web application and a python packag…

    Python 5 1

  2. User-friendly client designed for browsing real estates with dynamically calculated ratings based on price, quality of photos as well as public transit capabilities.

    Python 3

  3. A library for automating and extending the capabilities of the USOSweb interface. Allows for monitoring for changes and dispatching notification via multiple channels.

    Python 9 1

  4. Forked from maciekmm/hackathon-hackheroes-sciana-placzu-backend

    🏥 Allows poles to seek for first available dates of appointments in treatment facilities. It solves the problem of very long waiting time by distributing patients across hospitals.


  5. The simplest PowerShell script for automatic managing and archiving files in a specified directory. Designed to be used in conjunction with Task Scheduler.


  6. An online platform developed at UEK Hack Cup designed for students and faculty staff of Cracow University of Economics. Allows for distribution of important messages targeted to specific groups tie…

    Vue 1

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April 2021

Created a pull request in test-network-function/cnf-certification-test-partner that received 5 comments

Add CI Tests for test infra and partner image

Implements three new GitHub Workflows for testing, and a GitHub Action for setting up a minikube cluster suitable for CI/CD pipelines. The new star…

+184 −0 5 comments
Opened 5 other pull requests in 3 repositories
2 merged
2 merged
1 open
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 1 repository
test-network-function/cnf-certification-test-partner 2 pull requests
2 contributions in private repositories Apr 5 – Apr 12

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