Some of my side projects. Some were built to experiment with technologies I don’t use in my day job, others to fill gaps in products I worked on, and some were just to build something interesting.
- GitHub Actions for VS Code
- Jest error reporter for GitHub Actions
- Older projects
Small library to execute durable workflows https://github.com/cschleiden/go-workflows in Go.
Impera is a small browser game allowing you to play the classic world domination game online. The game has been online for nearly 20 years, going through various iterations.
Latest code is on GitHub:
- backend written in C# using ASP.NET Core
- frontend written in Typescript using Next.js and Redux Toolkit for state management
GitHub Actions for VS Code
Extension to integrate GitHub Actions into VS Code.
Jest error reporter for GitHub Actions
Reporter to see Jest errors as annotations in your GitHub Actions workflow results.
Some older projects that never shipped or I don’t maintain anymore.
Die Verbotene Welt
Back in the early 2000s I worked with some friends in Germany on a 2D RTS called Die Verbotene Welt. We never shipped it, but our internal versions came quite close. Including split-screen multiplayer, beginnings of networked multiplayer and various single player modes.
Various Azure DevOps extensions
While I was working on Azure DevOps I built various extensions and published them on the marketplace. Due to lack of time and interest I’ve deprecated most of them. Estimate I was able to hand off to an MSFT sponsored vendor team to maintain: