A guide to some of the projects I host here on github.
These are projects that I’ve been actively working on, sharing with others in some form:
- Moo, a Java library for mapping objects to objects, doing graph translations and graph updates.
- Prune, a configurable Ruby application/framework for analyzing and pruning files from a folder to do things like make backups increasingly sparse.
- Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), a ruby command-line application for managing and opening SSH tunnels, a sort of simple VPN.
- genhost, an application for generating host files, typically to allow you to switch settings from one location to another.
- Maven Growl, a thin wrapper script to pump Maven output into Growl on OS X.
- Maven Notification Center, a thin wrapper script to pump Maven output in to OS X Notification Center.
These are projects that are in some nascent state where you might want to look at them, but I’m hesitant to describe as public:
- CDNPay Parser, a parser for the PDFs generated by the Canadian Payments Association.
What do you want to know?
- You might want to work with me, or learn about my business, Codiform.
- You might want to learn more about me.
- You are welcome to take a look at the rest of my repositories.