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Products I crafted and shipped 🚀
Between 2016 and 2017, I spent most of my time crafting my own products.
Here is a list of what I shipped:
- 🤖 EVAL / JS-TEST, an open-source suite of software tools (including quizzes and auto-graded code exercises) to help me evaluate my students more efficiently. (see my 6 videos)
- 💯 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).
Last update was December 16th, 2017. History.
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