SteveJobs - A simple jobs queue that just works (for Meteor.js)

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Run scheduled tasks with Steve Jobs, the simple jobs queue made just for Meteor. With tight MongoDB integration and fibers-based timing functions, this package is quick, reliable and effortless to use. The new 3.1 features repeating jobs and more improvements. It can run hundreds of jobs in seconds with minimal CPU impact, making it a reasonable choice for many applications. To get started, check out the documentation and the quick start below.

https://github.com/msavin/SteveJobs

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