With every interesting thing I learn about tech/programming/software-engineering, I can’t wait to implement them. That’s how the below list was born.
Active projects & experiments
htmldoom (python): Write safer and cleaner HTML using Python
pyramid_htmldoom (python): htmldoom rendering library plugin for Pyramid
Flask-Htmldoom (python): htmldoom integration for Flask
typecov (python): Expand system variables Unix style
expandvars (python): Expand system variables Unix style
RESTEasy (python): REST API calls made easier
gopassgen (go): Policy based password generator library for Golang
gopgweb (go, html, jquery): Policy based password generator web app
gopgcli (go): Policy based password generator CLI
python-zenoss-client (python): Zenoss API client for python
TermNote (python-prompt-toolkit): A simple, yet powerful and handy terminal based note taking python app
pidlock (python): Simple PID based locking for cronjobs, UNIX scripts or python programs
note.sh (bash): Probably the simplest and lightest note taking tool on your terminal
Abandoned projects & experiments
Docify (python): Simple, flexible python document generator
RESTEasyCLI (python, cliff, marshmallow): Handy REST API client on your terminal
listed (python, flask, react): List and display files in the web
activity (python, php, jquery, mysql): Both this script and the bash version once served us very well in my first company
aws-admin (bash): I used this mechanism to smoothen the process of managing AWS keys and loggign into aws servers in my first company
skillmate (python, flask, jquery, mysql): Our solution for Tech Mahindra MI18 hackathon that won the Best Solution Award
thanks (python, bash): My first python script to replicate another bash script I developed to wish farewell to one awesome Linux trainer Girish Sir of the Penguine Land
My todo list
Since I spend a huge part of my time on GitHub, I manage my todo list as GitHub issues on this website’s repository.
I use ZenHub to set priorities to the todo items, plan and execute them like a sprint which won’t be visible to you.
I explained how it works in the wiki of the same repository.
I will write a separate post/review about how it goes after using it for few more months.