My name is Ismael Chang Ghalimi. I build the STOIC platform. I am a stoic, and this blog is my agora.

Open source projects

At STOIC, we positively love open source. We’re using quite a bit of it to build our own software (Cf. Foundations), and we try to contribute back as much as we can. As part of our long-term intellectual property strategy, we’re planning to open source most of our server-side components. In the meantime, we’ve released a couple of smaller open source projects: jsdox is a JsDoc to Markdown generator for Node.js, and parseq.js is a simple JavaScript flow control library, as simple as possible, but no simpler. Our Server (stoic.js) and our Object Data Mapper (mapper.js) should be released within a few months. In the meantime, you can learn a little bit more about them from our architecture page. All our open source projects are released under the MIT License and hosted on GitHub Repositories (as you would expect).

PS: If you want to apply for a job, please contribute to our open source projects first.