I put together a little tool to help me quickly pull down comments for any given repo. You can see the tool in action @ https://git-comments.herokuapp.com/ and the repo lives @ https://github.com/jmichelin/git-comments.
Experiment with hapi.js as an RESTful api framework. I really enjoyed working with it and I will probably expand this, although graphql has been drawing me to the side. Currently you can CRUD a list of interview questions. The front end that I have is currently using React. Go here to check out the sandbox version or here to see the source code.
This tool helped me manage a pretty busy schedule of mock interviews. It allows me to store questions with related data such as the canonical answer and roughly how long I should allow for an answer.
I can quickly add and edit questions as needed. The next steps will be adding an interview template based on a chosen set of questions. This will allow me to record the interviews for each session. Eventually there will be a self service portal so individuals can come to the site and create custom interview templates and record their own responses.
This is an easy to use node_module for generating names. The names to be included are held in JSON files making it very easy to extend.
$ npm install random-character-name
list()will return a list of all random names that were generated.
single()will return a single random name.
startsWithLetter(f,m,l)will let you set the initials.
numberOfNames(number)will return the requested number of names.
var rndNameGen = require('random-character-name'); rndNameGen.list(); //generates a large array of names /* ex. ['Em Andre Vento', 'Marsiella Lester Drisko', 'Lou Charley Hoang', 'Bettye Ransell Cristabel', ... 'Shawnee Timothee Rigby', 'Roch Wilbur Ithnan', 'Shanta Wheeler Milicent', 'Janela Wally Marlowe' ] */ rndNameGen.single(); //generates a string with a random name //ex. 'Donnie Reinhard Levin' rndNameGen.startsWithLetter('A','C','E'); //generates a string with a name with requested initials //ex. 'Ajay Christophorus Elset' rndNameGen.numberOfNames(3) //generates an array with the number of names requested. /* ex. [ 'Nedi Burt Lexine', 'Cairistiona Jacobo Merl', 'Annaliese Bartolomeo Cherian' ] */