sidekiq-scheduler - Lightweight job scheduler extension for Sidekiq

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sidekiq-scheduler is an extension to Sidekiq that pushes jobs in a scheduled way, mimicking cron utility. Note: If you are looking for version 2.2.*, go to 2.2-stable branch.

https://moove-it.github.io/sidekiq-scheduler/
https://github.com/moove-it/sidekiq-scheduler

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