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node-resque - It's Resque... For node! Background jobs using redis.

  •    Javascript

new queue requires only the "queue" variable to be set. You can also pass the jobs hash to it.The configuration hash passed to new NodeResque.Worker, new NodeResque.Scheduler or new NodeResque.Queue can also take a connection option.

IWantToWorkAtNuveo - Você é desenvolvedor? Quer trabalhar com Inteligência artificial? Esse repositório é pra você!


Nuveo nasceu focada em soluções de automatização usando Inteligência artificial.Estamos sempre em busca de talentos! Mesmo que não haja vaga disponível abaixo, mande email com o assunto "Nenhuma vaga disponível".

simple-redis-safe-work-queue - Node.js Redis-based simple and safe work queue

  •    Javascript

A work queue for Node.js producers and consumers that uses Redis.

proof-of-work - Proof of Work with SHA256 and Bloom filter

  •    Javascript

Proof of work based on SHA256 and Bloom filter.Timestamp MUST be equal to number of milliseconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00.000Z in UTC time.

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.

node-taskman - Fast work queue based on redis.

  •    Javascript

node-taskman is a fast work queue based on redis. Create a new worker to process tasks.

bebusy - :hatched_chick: fakes devs' work by printing random messages to Terminal

  •    Javascript

“OMG your bebusy lib is awesome, I'll install it at work tomorrow so that I can work on my presentation for Thursday” — Olivier X.

nomad-as-fuck - Showcasing the people behind the most badass nomads on Earth.

  •    CSS

Do you know a nomad who would go awesome on Nomad As Fuck? Fuck yeah. Get in touch about them; open an issue and suggest their name, or message me directly on Twitter as @richlitt or by email at firstname.lastname at gmail.com. Install GraphicsMagick before adding images for the first time. Installation instructions are available here.

find-work - Curated list of websites and resources to find work programming


Please read the contribution guidelines before contributing. See contribution guidelines.

tasker - A time tracking app with JIRA support and verbal and desktop notifications.

  •    Javascript

Tasker is a very simple task runner that will verbally and visually notify you of currently running tasks. You can enable/disable either notification type (or both). You can also set the duration of time in between notifications.

gitlogme - Runs a git command in order to extract samples of your work

  •    Javascript

git log your last month work to a file. With class. For the sake of simplicity, config your git username and email if you haven't. Otherwise, you will have to provide --name or --email arguments.

Sudo-Productivity - Boost your "productivity" to the max! A fun project made for slackers by slackers

  •    Shell

Boost your "productivity" to the max! A productivity suite made for slackers by slackers. Note This project was made just for fun. I do not condone use of these programs in a professional work environment.

tasty-commits - :lollipop: Simple commit message convention for easily digestible history streams


As a visual person, I find it difficult to read through large commit history logs in binary color schemes (i.e. black / white). In order to improve readability and understandability of my commit history I started prefixing my messages with emojis in a consistent manner.

js-framerate-optimizer - Library for tracking and iteratively improving page framerate over time

  •    Javascript

Library for tracking and iteratively improving framerate over time inspired by the Babylon.SceneOptimizer. The terms "increase work" and "decrease work" are synonymous with "improve quality" and "improve performance" respectively.

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