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I am one of many "Tim Morgan"s in the world, but hopefully I can differentiate myself by sharing things I'm working on and things I have done.

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2020-03-31 I just celebrated my sixth year at Planning Center! This is the best company on the planet, and I get to work on the stuff I love: software to help churches help people!

Fun Dev Projects

Here are some projects I'm proud to share with you!

natalie Natalie Programming Language {Ruby, C++} [2020-2021]
Natalie is an implementation of Ruby, but transpiled to C++. That makes it unique! Natalie is very young, but coming along nicely!
sidekiq-clutch Sidekiq::Clutch {Ruby} [2018]
An ergonomic wrapper API for Sidekiq Pro Batches. This is kinda niche, but people at work love it!
malcc Mal (Make A Lisp) C Compiler {C} [2019]
This was my 2019 challenge to learn how to write a compiler. It turned out nicely I think!
mal-rust Mal (Make a Lisp) in Rust {Rust} [2018]
My first non-trivial Rust project!
30-days-of-elixir {Elixir} [2015]
When I was learning Elixir I made up my own daily exercises. It turned out to be fairly popular for helping others too!
froman {Rust} [2017]
Run Sidekiq/Resque workers for multiple apps only when there is work to be done. This is fairly niche, but still a fun Rust project!
bible_api (bible-api.com) {Ruby} [2015]
JSON web API for open and public domain bibles. This was a fun project and gets a lot of use from other developers.
OneBody {Ruby} [2006-2020]
Private member portal for churches, built with Ruby on Rails. I have slowed down on this, but I still tinker on it, even after 12 years!


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