After committing a lot of web development and data science tutorial projects to GitHub lately, my collection of repositories was getting a bit bloated! So this morning, I collected a lot of the smaller repos into larger collections by subject area.
The only pettily unfortunate thing about this aggregation was that it nullified a lot of contribution/commit logs from the past few months, and as a result, I have a lot less shades of green populating my contribution activity tileset. It's okay, though; there'll be plenty of work to get "back in the green" soon enough. :)
Also, while I've been quite busy with some private projects for interviews over the past few weeks, I've also begun a React/Redux tutorial as planned. We'll see what other obligations pop up in the next week or two. If I'm free, I'd like to focus on blasting through that and then possibly on to a Cassandra-backed API project, possibly with a Java driver.
Figure 1. Although some of the code within these aggregated folders still needs cleanup, I feel a lot better about the high-level structure of my GitHub repos.