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๐Ÿ‘‹ Welcome! What are you working on?

July 30, 2017 at 9:38pm

๐Ÿ‘‹ Welcome! What are you working on?

July 30, 2017 at 9:38pm (Edited 3 years ago)
Tell us: 1. where you live, 2. what you enjoy, 3. what you're working on.
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July 31, 2017 at 11:10am
๐Ÿ‘‹ Welcome, Loick! Glad to see you here!
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We'd love to read about the story behind your recent launch of Mustsee, and current/next challenges! => feel free to create a thread for it, in the "WIP Screenshots" channel ๐Ÿ‘Œ
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Maybe a wind turbine to replace the current power source of water pump but it's a bit complicated in the palce where this aquaponic system is located. Not enough wind... And I don't want to use solar panel, we don't know how to recycle them actually. I will probably create a second installation in september in another place. Bigger, with maybe wind turbine this time. I would like to find a place with a river so i could use the ower of water flow to power up all the system and rovide the water.
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Hey there! Adrien, you might enjoy https://spectrum.chat/music :)
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Anyways I'm in San Francisco, I enjoy design + development, and I'm currently working on...Spectrum!
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Excited to see this community :)
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Hi ๐Ÿ‘‹ I'm Yuval from Tel Aviv (Israel) and I enjoy reading books (mostly in design, philosophy & psychology). I'm currently working on ParrotRead (http://parrotread.com) - book recommendations from people you follow on Twitter ๐Ÿ“š
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ParrotRead looks awesome Yuval! Kinda like Nuzzel, but for book recs.
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1. I live in Rijeka, Croatia
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2. These days I enjoy working on my own projects. I used to be a designer for almost 10 years and few months ago I started learning Ruby on Rails.
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3. I'm working on a collaboration tool for designers, http://www.letsdevise.com and on http://www.barelog.com, a tool for "sharing your product building journey".
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Devise looks interesting Benjamin - can you share more about what direction it's going?
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@brian So the original idea was to simplify the process of sharing a concept from eg Sketch to your collegue/client/manager - and allowing them to post feedback on it.
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Nice! Would be keen to see progress as things move along for you - maybe updates in this community!
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Since that solution feels more like a vitamin than a painkiller. I now want to try to grow it into a project management for designers (or creative people) with that sharingfeedback component as foundation.
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Sure!
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Hey Adrien ๐Ÿ‘‹
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I'm from Paris and working currently on a new project. Because I'm struggling to find the right knowledge when I need it, I'm working on @WeCurated to build a searchable base of design links.
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Hi everyone ๐Ÿ‘‹, my name is Soham and I'm from Jakarta, Indonesia. I've been working on some projects for work but what I'm most excited about isn't a web project at all. I've been spending my free time over the last week hacking together a smart home (or room) of sorts. So far I've managed to be able to tell Alexa to turn on/off my tv, receiver and air conditioner, as well as switch inputs between my Chromecast and PS4. The next step is to get it to control my lights without having to spend ridiculous amounts of money on Phillips Hue :p
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Hey! I'm Uday I'm from New York and I've been working on Epigrammar. I'm obsessed with Elixir/functional programming in general and have decided to build something with it called Epigrammar. We take student annotations and turn them into assessments for teachers so teachers have to spend less time writing assessments and students get assessments focused on the parts of their readings they care about most. Check it out on https://epigrammar.com . We built the initial version at Techcrunch Disrupt this May, and have been hacking on it since.
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Hello! I currently live in St. Louis, Missouri. I enjoy front-end development, gaming and guitar. I'm currently working on a guitar resources website for amateur/beginner guitarists ๐ŸŽธ ๐Ÿค˜
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Hey all! Frontend dev living in Minnesota - my side projects are usually some kind of Twitter bot (or VR project...), current one is a turn-based game where you challenge an opponent and it acts as the referee during the match. Will share progress here as I work on it - seems like that's what this frequency is for :)
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August 1, 2017 at 9:03am
Hello all! I'm a product designer from Jakarta, Indonesia. I do design and code, so I'm lucky to be able to build things that I want to! My latest project is a to do list app called Contextual. It's a GTD based to do list. If you're familiar with GTD, you're more than welcome to try the beta version! You can learn more about it on http://www.getcontextual.com. :D
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August 1, 2017 at 5:30pm
Welcome to you all, and thank you for having introduced yourselves here! ๐Ÿ™Œ
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