Of course you can take a look at my repositories to checkout all my projects (https://github.com/marklazz and the evil old brother: https://github.com/mgiorgi). But I decided to highlight here the more relevant contributions and projects, so you can checkout a representative subset of them.
Here I list the most relevant projects where I've made contributions:
You can see my list of contributions here, which includes improvements, bug fixes and more tests.
Added some tests (5 commits) for the project.
Made 3 bug fixes (tickets: #379, #404, #415 of Lighthouse tracker). Also, I've wrote Tutorial 19 of Rapid Rails with Hobo, which can be downloaded here.
Branch of the original plugin of DHH which is compatible with Rails 3.
This is a branch with multiple additions for disabling dates and other customizations.
This are the most recent and interesting projects I built.
This is a tool for allowing queries based on serialized objects (via YAML) on relational databases (currently MySQL and Postrgres are supported).
RTT is a tool for tracking time.
fakeweb_curb-fu is a helper for faking CurbFu web requests. It is inspired on FakeWeb gem, that doesn't work with CurbFu.
This plugin allows polls, integrated with your user model, within your application
This is Rails plugin for graph drawing your models.
Release of yaml_conditions gem, which is a tool to allow more expressiveness to query for serialized (YAML) objects. It is very useful to query for delayed_job objects
I finished the time tracking tool called rtt, the idea behind it is to speedup the time tracking by using the command line instead of a web alternative.
February 3-4th, 2009 April
Assisted to the Rails Conference: LocosXRails realized in Buenos Aires Argentina
Name: Marcelo Giorgi
Phone: +598 2 6000437