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August 4, 2015

New Month’s Resolutions: August 2015

Filed under: .NET, C Sharp, JavaScript, Open Source Projects — ajlopez @ 9:08 am

It was an exciting month. Time to review my July’s resolutions and to write the new ones.

– Continue work on SparkSharp [pending]
– Continue work on BScript [complete] see repo
– Continue work on DynApp [pending]
– Give a talk about TDD [complete]
– Continue work on SharpMongo [complete] see repo
– Continue work on NRiak [pending]
– Continue work on Elixir samples [pending]
– Continue work on Android samples [pending]

Additionally, I was working on:

– Started MathelSharp, mathematical library in C# [complete] see repo
– Started ElixirJS, Elixir language implemented in JavaScript [complete] see repo
Improved SimpleLists [complete] see repo
– Started MathelJS, mathematical library in JavaScript [complete] see repo
– Improved SharpGo [complete] see repo
– Improved Complexo [complete] see repo
– Improved OStore [complete] see repo
– Improved Messi [complete] see repo
– Improved AcquarellaJS [complete] see repo
– Improved SimpleTPL [complete] see repo

My new resolutions are:

– Work on MathelSharp
– Work on SparkSharp
– Work on MathelJS
– Work on Messi
– Work on renaming, refactor AjErl
– Work on OStore
– Work on DynApp

Stay tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez

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