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  • stream-chat-swift

    💬 iOS Chat SDK in Swift - Build your own app chat experience for iOS using the official Stream Chat API

    Think about the edge that you can have over thousands other people looking for a job like you. One of the ways to do it – tailor your (even small) experience to the company you are applying to. E.g. Let's take a company like Stream that have an open-source Swift SDK, try to contribute to their SDK, maybe close some `good-first-issue`s here and there, do some documentation improvements, enrich their example app. So that when you feel like you are ready to knock their door – you already have an edge over others – you don't need onboarding (because you already know most of their codebase, you even completed your first few tasks while yet not being employed!)

  • Scout Monitoring

    Free Django app performance insights with Scout Monitoring. Get Scout setup in minutes, and let us sweat the small stuff. A couple lines in settings.py is all you need to start monitoring your apps. Sign up for our free tier today.

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  • Stream-Framework

    Stream Framework is a Python library, which allows you to build news feed, activity streams and notification systems using Cassandra and/or Redis. The authors of Stream-Framework also provide a cloud service for feed technology:

    Think about the edge that you can have over thousands other people looking for a job like you. One of the ways to do it – tailor your (even small) experience to the company you are applying to. E.g. Let's take a company like Stream that have an open-source Swift SDK, try to contribute to their SDK, maybe close some `good-first-issue`s here and there, do some documentation improvements, enrich their example app. So that when you feel like you are ready to knock their door – you already have an edge over others – you don't need onboarding (because you already know most of their codebase, you even completed your first few tasks while yet not being employed!)

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