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Immediate Feedback meets Consensus Algorithm

Updated: Mar 5, 2021

After over two decades working in the software industry, I recently created an example project which unites several interests:

The example I put together combines those concepts in this github repo in a way where you can execute the back-end code right now (here), directly in your browser.

You can read more about that project on the github readme, but examples like this -- trying to take inspiration from good talks like Bret Victor's and applying them to real-world problems, is what I think about when I try and really add value and deliver for my clients.

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