In that sense, question yourself about something either beautiful or slightly useful. I really liked going into webgl and https://threejs.org/ because of the reallllly pretty things you could do with it. That how i made my own website with real time mandelbrot sets rendering. If you like cybersecurity, you could make a jacktheripper web app or a yourock.txt lookup web page. Or maybe a webapp that is a metasploit ui. That may sound hard, you can always defer the hard parts to the more intelligent you of the future.
Expense-splitting for no one, or: A Haskell joyride. (by keithfancher)
For example, my first project after GPWH was a dumb expense-splitting tool that I actually needed. Probably terrible, but... I learned a ton! And it's legit useful (to me at least).
Collect and Analyze Billions of Data Points in Real Time. Manage all types of time series data in a single, purpose-built database. Run at any scale in any environment in the cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.
Bulk-rename TV episode files with minimal fuss
And now I'm working on something a bit more complex: lots of IO, filestystem stuff, API calls, etc. It's basically a FileBot replacement (tentatively) called tvmv. And after that, I kinda want to try a small game.
GUI framework that uses the web browser as a display.
Not if you use my Threepenny-gui library. 😉
My Google Play Developer account has been terminated
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G9.js: Automatically Interactive Graphics
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[OC] Monthly Performance of the S&P 500: 94 Years in 1 Video.
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[OC] I created a simple, free waveform and genre visualizer for your top ten Spotify songs, a few samples below and link to the tool in the comments!
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