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Between 2016 and 2017, I spent most of my time crafting my own products. Some of them were hunted on ProductHunt.
Here is a list of what I shipped:
💯 Classroom submissions to PDF, an open-source script that extracts codepen/jsfiddle/jsbin links from Google Classroom submissions, and converts them to PDF files, for paper-less annotation and grading. (demo video)
📂 Comment Editor by AJ, a Trello Power-up that adds WYSIWYG and outliner-like editing to comments, in order to take notes more efficiently.
Read “Using Trello as a living notebook”, if you want to know how I use it.
☑️ Next Step for Trello, an extension for Google Chrome that displays pending checklist items of each card, directly on the board view.
💁 Contacts for Google Inbox, an extension for Google Chrome that allows to view and edit a sender’s (or recipient’s) contact details by just clicking on it.
🔗 Permalinks for Google Inbox, an extension for Google Chrome that gives the permalink/URL of all your emails, in order to refer to them from other pages.
🇫🇷 FR Spellchecker, a French spell-checking extension for Visual Studio Code.
📹 22 live coding videos that I streamed live on Twitch & Youtube, while I was developing my products.
📜 1 side project per week, the newsletter I maintained to share my progress.
👐 WIP / Work In Progress, a benevolent community in which creators share progress on their projects to get constructive feedback, help, and praise.
✊ Startup Tour (🇫🇷), a MOOC with ~3 hours of video content to help people turn their idea into a real Lean Startup.
✍️ 12 months to become an Indie Hacker and What I learned while working as an indie developer for 2 years, retrospectives of my entrepreneurial experience (and experiments).
1poll (2015-2016): I built a Doodle-like service for creating simple polls very quicly. This started as a side-project, for learning how to use React.js, Material Design, Parse and Firebase.
tCup (2015): Crafted during Intel IoT Roadshow, TCup is a Intel Edison server (in Node.js) + iPhone app that helps you improve the quality of your tea consumption, by adapting the infusion process accordingly to the type of tea, and by notifying you when your cup of tea has arrived to your favorite drinking temperature.
Proximate (2005): Proximate is a communication framework for ad-hoc wifi networks. Designed for mobile devices, it empowers applications sharing common network and user identification layers.
Last update was August 18th, 2018. History
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