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hiring-without-whiteboards - ⭐️ Companies that don't have a broken hiring process

  •    Javascript

A listing of companies (or teams) that don't do "whiteboard" interviews. "Whiteboards" is used as a metaphor, and is a symbol for the kinds of CS trivia questions that are associated with bad interview practices. Whiteboards are not bad – CS trivia questions are. Using sites like HackerRank/LeetCode probably fall into a similar category. The companies and teams listed here use interview techniques and questions that resemble day-to-day work – for example pairing on a real world problem, or a paid/unpaid take home exercise. Read (and contribute to) our recommendations for ways to conduct better interviews.

jackrabbit - Simple AMQP / RabbitMQ job queues for node based on amqplib

  •    Javascript

RabbitMQ in Node.js without hating life. Jackrabbit is designed for simplicity and an easy API. If you're an AMQP expert and want more power and flexibility, check out Rabbot.

easy-schedule - Flexible job scheduling

  •    Javascript

Easy Schedule handles job scheduling for your application by storing and managing events that correspond to actions that your application intends to execute in the future. At the appropriate time, Easy Schedule calls back to your application at the provided URL to signal that some work must be completed.




batchdb - leveldb and disk storage for queued batch jobs

  •    Javascript

The job ID is the same in this case because the job content is identical, but the job was still scheduled to run twice.Create a new job from the payload written to the writable stream ws.

batchdb-shell - job queue for shell scripts, writing output to blob storage

  •    Javascript

Return a compute instance with all the methods from batchdb plus the extra ones documented here.The jobs will be spawned in opts.shell, which defaults to the $SHELL environment variable or 'cmd' on windows and 'sh' everywhere else.

node-marx - allocate worker roles among a collective of workers according to their abilities

  •    Javascript

Allocate worker roles among a collective of workers according to their abilities.Take an object mapping worker names to role capacity and an object mapping work names to a number of instances.

jobs - Job opportunities at Snyk - join us in driving Open Source Security!

  •    Javascript

Open Source code, pulled from npm, Maven, RubyGems and others, is often the majority of code in an application, and yet it receives no security attention. Most developers do nothing to track known vulnerabilities in the packages they use, and trust this code as though it's their own. This risk is massive today, and is only made worse by the growing use of packages and the simplicity offered by package managers. It is further compounded by the fact that unpatched servers, which account for most successful exploits today, are slowly being abstracted away by PaaS and Serverless, making vulnerabilities in open source code packages become the easiest way in.At Snyk we believe this problem can only be fixed by developers and DevOps teams, being built into the way we create software. We offer a SaaS CI/CD and runtime monitoring product that helps organisations continuously find and fix vulnerable dependencies without slowing down development.


opportunities

  •    Javascript

Just a dump of data I've been collecting on companies hiring around Philadelphia. I might eventually spin this in to some sort of app - if so I have no plans to monetize... totally an open source effort. More meta data is welcome. The sample.json files shows an expanded version of the meta data in use. Where possible, the meta data has tried to match the vocabulary of Schema.org. In general, the JobPosting schema is a reference point for the position's meta data.

fivebeans - A beanstalkd client for node.js & a simple framework for running beanstalkd workers.

  •    Javascript

A straightforward and (nearly) complete beanstalkd client for node.js, along with a more opinionated beanstalkd jobs worker & runner. Heavily inspired by node-beanstalk-client, which is a perfectly usable client but somewhat dusty. I wanted more complete support of the beanstalkd protocol in a project written in plain javascript.

mongoose-cron - Mongooose collection as crontab

  •    Javascript

MongooseCron is build on top of MongoDB and Mongoose. It offers a simple API for scheduling tasks and running recurring jobs on one or multiple database collections, supporting models and discriminators. It's fast, minimizes processing overhead and it uses atomic commands to ensure safe job executions in cluster environments. Let's say we have a simple application like the one below.

SteveJobs

  •    Javascript

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 3.0 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.

qos - Safe, fast and super simple queue and schedule based on Redis.

  •    Javascript

Safe, fast and super simple queue and schedule based on Redis. QoS (Queue or Schedule) offers a simple api for scheduling and running tasks in background. QoS is build on top of Redis. It's super fast and it uses atomic commands to ensure safe job execution in cluster environments.

phoenix - Redis based phantomjs queue

  •    Javascript

This trigger the node application to spawn a new phantomjs child process and opens the website. You can see the config.sample.yml for a sample configuration. Note that some options are incompatible with each other, for eg you can't send a request body in a GET request.

node-rethinkdb-job-queue - A persistent job or task queue backed by RethinkDB.

  •    Javascript

rethinkdb-job-queue is a persistent job or task queue backed by RethinkDB. It has been built as an alternative to the many queues available on NPM. Please Star on GitHub / NPM and Watch for updates.

asynckit - Minimal async jobs utility library, with streams support

  •    Javascript

Minimal async jobs utility library, with streams support. AsyncKit provides harness for parallel and serial iterators over list of items represented by arrays or objects. Optionally it accepts abort function (should be synchronously return by iterator for each item), and terminates left over jobs upon an error event. For specific iteration order built-in (ascending and descending) and custom sort helpers also supported, via asynckit.serialOrdered method.

redis-smq - A simple high-performance Redis message queue for Node.js.

  •    Javascript

A simple high-performance Redis message queue for Node.js. Before running a Producer or a Consumer instance, an object containing the configuration parameters can be supplied to the class constructor in order to configure the message queue.

Meteor-CRON-jobs - Task and jobs runner. With support of clusters or multiple NodeJS instances.

  •    Javascript

Simple package with similar API to native setTimeout and setInterval methods, but synced between all running Meteor (NodeJS) instances. Multi-instance task manager for Node.js. This package has the support of cluster or multi-thread NodeJS instances. This package will help you to make sure only one process of each task is running.