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  • workaround-gpt

    tool to work around ChatGPT inhibitions

    - Your project shows promise in terms of community interest and the start of what could be a well-constructed README. Perhaps you should consider continuing with this project or developing a similar, well-structured project. Just a thought.

  • doodledocs

    An app for collaborative doodling via a p2p library called Bugout with RoR websocket bindings as fallback

    I can confirm. I once created a project called Doodledocs. The reason was because I (still!) haven't seen a project that showed pen styluses pressure sensitivity in a web app. So I whipped up a collaborative drawing app where pressure sensitivity of the stylus was captured (if the stylus was capable of it).

    In the beginning of my career I did 100s of job interviews. However, in this case I only did a few and I'm sure I got the job because of it.

    The project is here (it is currently not live):

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The open-source backend cloud platform. Add Auth, Databases, Functions, and Storage to your product and build any application at any scale while using your preferred coding languages and tools.

  • Docusaurus

    Easy to maintain open source documentation websites.

    For a Digital version of the binder, I recommend + its MermaidJS theme for quick, codeable diagrams

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