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Software from πŸ‡¨πŸ‡± (Chile) with ❀️ (love)

Ninjas.cl is an Experimental Software Developer Group from Chile πŸ‡¨πŸ‡±. It’s main focus is creating and participating in various technological projects like videogames, software and other related activities.

Ninjas.cl was started in 2015 by Camilo Castro.

πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸ’» Camilo Castro

Committed and result-oriented Software Engineer with experience in Web, iOS, Blockchain, and Chatbots technologies.

You can contact him at: Β camilo@ninjas.cl

πŸŽ‰ Main Projects

Jasonelle (November 2018 - present)

A framework that simplifies native mobile app development by using a JSON based declarative language.

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Chaucha (August 2017 - present)

A cryptocurrency based on Litecoin with educational and experimental goals.

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πŸ•ΉοΈ Video Games

Munsta Jump (March 2020)

A Simple Monster Jumping Game made with Dome Engine. For the DomeJam March 2020.

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ΒΏQuΓ© Chaucha? (March 2018)

A game with questions present in Certified Bitcoin Professional Exam. The game helps you train for that exam.

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Profesor Rossa (March 2017)

A volcano is launching several fireballs alonside your missing video tapes. Recover them by avoiding the dangers. Play as the mythical Profesor Rossa, Don Carter or Guru Guru.

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πŸ““ Publications

Curated JS Stack (March 2020)

A curated list of Javascript tools for frontend and backend projects.

GuΓ­a Laboral (October 2019)

A Simple guide for developers by developers to the current Chilean job environment.

Las Aventuras de Quirquincho (March 2018)

Our friend Quirquincho teach about how Crypto currencies work with a friendly and beautiful comic stories.

How to install ProcessWire (April 2017)

A simple step by step ProcessWire installation guide.

ProcessWire WireRender Pattern (December 2015)

A guide on how to organize files in a ProcessWire Installation.

GuΓ­a Webpay (April 2014)

A guide on how to use Transbank Webpay KCC. This guide gain popularity since at the time it was written the available documentation was awful and lacking details.