DRF Like Paginations
It's a C# library that mimics LimitOffsetPagination class available on DRF (Django Rest Framework). If you are tired of creating pagination all the time in your .NET projects, this can come in handy for you.
Django Multiple Schemas
Here you'll find a simple project that shows how to use schema with Django and why you should use it. It has a script that creates all the scenarios the project needs in PostgreSQL. It even has tests to guarantee that it's created as expected.
It's a wrapper of back-ends that convert text to phones for multiple languages using the International Phonetic Alphabet. It provides an interface where you can interact with the supported back-ends using Python.
My own blog
It was built from the ground up using Gatsby. It uses Netlify CMS, Jest, React Testing Library, SonarCloud, styled-components, and many more!
A place where you can learn Phonetics
I realized that there were many phonetic transcription sites, but they did not have even the most basic features. That's how it was conceived! The front-end uses Gatsby and the back-end Django.
It can be identified as the Word Suggestion API on the image. The idea here is to delay 1 second or more (given your custom configuration) to answer a request. Thus you can use this behavior for interesting tests, like dispatching ten requests from your back-end to this service and do it efficiently with some approaches like through Threads or Coroutines.
Tic Tac Toe C# Playground
This project is a full implementation of the Tic Tac Toe game but playable through a REST API! It's written in C# and uses ASP.NET Web API. I hadn't been touching C# language for over four years until I decided to create this program. It has unit and integration tests with PostgreSQL. As it uses Docker, you can easily make the service up and play a game!
Python Fluentd Testing
Tired of testing fluentd and wasting lots of your precious time with manual tests? How about the lag it causes to your machine? Now you can easily test your configuration with this project using containers!
DRF Link Navigation Pagination
Django Rest Framework has a built-in pagination feature, and that's awesome. Now suppose you have a reverse proxy intermediating the request process. In that case, you may need to change some of the pagination attributes to point to your API address correctly. You can use this third-party package to help you out on this issue.
Next.JS Playground through a code challenge
You'll see my solution for a code challenge which I think is not used anymore as it's old; maybe if you search for this code challenge, you may find it somewhere on GitHub. As I made it to do a playground on some technologies, I even used Redux to test it. Thus it's important to say that I don't recommend it for simple cases.