A select list of my open sourced projects

Carlos Justiniano

This afternoon I decided to take a stroll down memory lane and comb through my Github repositories.

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I found projects dating back to 2010. I’ve certainly been programming long before then… but didn’t join Github until 2010. The projects below use languages such as C/C++, C#, Python and JavaScript. Projects range from microcontroller based Arduino projects to NodeJS-based Microservice libraries. Some of the projects are even extensively documented. Imagine that? Dude must have a lot of time on this hands, right? There’s almost something there for everyone.

UDP server to receive OSC streaming messages from the Interaxon Muse headband

Jul 14, 2019

Hacking Alzheimers using Light Therapy

Jun 5, 2019

Pack and unpack JSON files

Jan 25 2019

Web-based Time Hacker Clock

Oct 1, 2018

Arduino-based Time Hacker Clock

Sep 29, 2018

RaspberryPi-based — Time Hacker Clock

Sep 21, 2018

Network Request Mob — load generation tool

Mar 15, 2018

JMdb — A JSON Memory Database with an RESTFul API

May 14, 2017

Neo4j adapter with Redis caching

Dec 8, 2016

Hydra — A light-weight library for building distributed applications such as microservices

Oct 4, 2016

HydraExpress — A module which wraps Hydra and ExpressJS into a library for building distributed applications — such as microservices

Oct 4, 2016

HydraRouter — A service aware router for Hydra Services. Implements an API Gateway and can route web socket messages

Oct 4, 2016

Hydra-Cli — a command line tool for Hydra

Aug 5, 2016

JSON Tree is a module for manipulating and querying JavaScript objects

Apr 5, 2016

Universal Messaging Format

Mar 29, 2016

Bunyan Extractor — extract data from bunyan log files

Oct 26, 2014

Modern web application seed project

Sep 12, 2014

A q/promise based pure JS library for working with Neo4j

Aug 20, 2014

WebSocket Universal Message Router

Nov 2, 2013

msgCourier Whirl Wind — Load Testing and Message Benchmarking Tool

Sep 4, 2010

Section34 Multimedia Engine (Sprite Animation Library for Win32)

Sep 4, 2010

Carlos Justiniano

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VP of Engineering @ Flywheel Sports. Veteran software developer, world record holder, author, photographer

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