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Created by Raphael Pothin, Power Platform / Dynamics 365 CE Specialist at Desjardins Venture Capital
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Sep 25, 2021
Published a Project to Github
Modded a mechanical keyboard
Built a Rust firmware for my @Clueboard LP keyboard using Keyberon https://github.com/wezm/clueboard-rust-firmware
Sep 17, 2021
Started GitHub project
Published a Project to Github
Made a JAMstack project
Using Tailwind CSS
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I made my own Markdown SvelteKit Blog Template

Write your blog posts how they're meant to be, in glorious Markdown!

spences10/sveltekit-mdsvex-starter-blog: A Markdown blog built with SvelteKit, MDSveX, Tailwind CSS and DaisyUI (github.com)
Wrote Code in Julia
Wrote a Sudoku Solver
Published a Repository on GitHub
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Wrote a program in Julia that uses group theory to quickly generate Sudoku puzzles and graph theory to solve them.
Sep 06, 2021
Published a Repository on GitHub
Created a WordPress plugin
Published an Open Source Project
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WASP 🐝
Woew! Another starter plugin.

WASP is a starter plugin that make easier the WordPress development

https://github.com/themingisprose/wasp
Jul 06, 2021
Built a web application
Learning statistics
Published a Project to Github
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As homework project for Statistics course, I built an interactive dashboard for analyzing data on high school enrolment in Serbia which using R's shiny framework and a PostgreSQL database. It can plot arbitrary combination of data as scatter or bar plots, perform and illustrate a Kolmogorov-Smirnov or Wilcoxon's test and do and visualize a simple linear regression. I had a friend help me out with deployment on AWS and setting up a dedicated domain.

After getting top marks for the homework, I set out to build a full-fledged dashboard for that data using best engineering practices for large-scale shiny apps, but I didn't get the time to commit to it seriously. You can track my progress (or lack of it) here.
Dec 12, 2020
Published a Project to Github
Built a web application
I dig this Kotlin thing, so I figured I might make something else fun with it. This time, it's a web app which aims to reduce video size by transcoding it to a newer codec and apply some space-saving optimizations. To speed things up, it can use a distributed work queue to process multiple videos on different machines.

Overall, beside tech being cool, I also enjoyed designing and implementing distributed logic for this project. You can find a single instance live at compressor.luka-j.rocks/.
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