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  1. tool for turning many repos into a meta repo. why choose many repos or a monolithic repo, when you can have both with a meta repo?

    JavaScript 1.5k 63

  2. Tiny framework for building models with the event sourcing pattern (events and snapshots).

    JavaScript 279 28

  3. Simple service bus for sending events between processes using amqp.

    JavaScript 416 69

  4. 5 part tutorial teaching how to build a streaming ssr react styled components application with Parcel and Docker, as well as how to static render and host with nginx instead.

    JavaScript 144 23

  5. automate your MacBook dev setup

    Shell 37 17

  6. A boilerplate for building microservices with servicebus

    JavaScript 19 5

3,137 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

October 2021

Created a pull request in CloudNativeEntrepreneur/register-server-handlers that received 2 comments

chore: codecov

Signed-off-by: Patrick Lee Scott

+208 −0 2 comments
Opened 17 other pull requests in 9 repositories
patrickleet/circuit-breaker-await-async 5 merged
CloudNativeEntrepreneur/register-server-handlers 4 merged
CloudNativeEntrepreneur/sourced 2 merged
CloudNativeEntrepreneur/objectify-folder 1 merged
CloudNativeEntrepreneur/sourced-repo-typeorm 1 merged
patrickleet/get-docker-secrets 1 merged
patrickleet/apply-template 1 merged
patrickleet/expand-keys 1 merged
CloudNativeEntrepreneur/knativebus 1 merged
Opened 3 issues in 1 repository
CloudNativeEntrepreneur/objectify-folder 3 closed
235 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 20

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