My name is Omri.
These days I specialise in front end observability. Most of my projects and projects I contribute to are hosted on Github and are available as open-source. Sometimes, I write articles about coding on Medium.
At the moment I'm working on doowat. It's a web app for "on the go" activities to do with your child that require no preparations. If you have small kids - I encourage you to check it out. It's open source and has no profit angle - just fun.
I take great pleasure in contributing to open source projects. By the third time I have to repeat a task - it will already have been semi or fully automated. I create simple tools to help me work faster and more efficiently and they are usually released as open source software. I've created lots of tools to add observability to node services with route timers, monitoring, managing concurrent connections, as well as measuring front end pages. You could find some useful helpers and tools in a mono-repo dedicated to small NPM packages and development tools: 🚝 mono — Check it out. ci-cd.net is a hosted collection of generic helper shell scripts, which aim to streamline continues integration and delivery processes across services.
Short articles I've written include 💂 Front end observability. A practical guide to browser error monitoring. ✏️ An illustrated guide to SemVer (Semantic Versioning) 🤺. A walk-through for using git submodules as a tool for code re-use 🐙. An example of how to automate documentation websites creation 🤖. And more.
I'm also maintaining a couple of mostly useless web pages: Black is just a black page with full-screen toggle we use on our TV at home to black out the screen 🖥. A simple page that tells the time 🕰. See current stage of the moon 🌕. PWD is a consistent password generator 🔑. A simple typing game I used to teach my kids what is a keyboard.