May 12, 2015

My pet

They say pets are crucial part of life. They make you happy, they make you busy, they make you feel uncomfortable and make you grow. Some pets bark, other ones ask to press a button time to time. But there's a kind of pets that live online and can say about a pet owner much more than any ID or CV. I'm talking about pet projects.

I decided to get one. It lives on GitHub (that's pretty obvious), it's written in JavaScript (much more obvious, isn't it?) and it's very small yet. The working title is ecommerce-api.

I worked with e-commerce 4yrs and I really love it. So I decided to implement some kind of simple REST back-end for e-commerce on top of nodejs (btw, may be it's time to think about io.js?).

At the moment I don't have any expected roadmap for it but to be a sandbox for trying new technologies and support/develop my architectural skills. I'll do my best to write about found and tried interesting stuff in this blog.

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