Just F*ing Ship It • Edition #3: Oct 1 - 31, 2020
Women Make is holding an online hackathon.
The concept is simple:
30 days to build and launch something. Can be anything. It doesn't have to be a tech product. Can be with code or without code. The only requirement is to work on a project during these 30 days, and ship it at the end of the month.
The particularity of this hackathon is that it’s
not competitive. The goal is to work together, side by side, getting help from the community. There are no winners and we support each other the whole time.
170+ participants registered for the 30-Day Challenge. Many of them built in public and shared their progress along the way. This page is featuring all the projects that have been finished in time. Discover what has been achieved during these 30 days, and share the awesome work our participants have accomplished!
Want to join a kick-ass community and participate in the 30-Day Challenge next year? Join us!
A place for folks to connect around and through books/reading. 1st priority : make it useful for readers on its own, then add ways to connect & interact 😊
There's a lack of clear jargon-free explanation of foundational programming concepts. This writing started as a way to answer the same question from multiple students --> 70 page book with 16 concepts
Koala is a macbook case on which you can write and erase ad infinitum. It is a portable whiteboard that protects your computer from any impact.
It is entirely made in France and from recycled plastic
I'm building an education website to host to and resources for college students, this is going to be focus in provide academic material that they can find easily and fit their academic requirements.
Codalytics helps you understand the code review processes and practices of your engineering teams. It helps identify bottlenecks and problems and also highlights what is going well.
A newsletter delivering bite-sized concepts and theories on fullstack development to empower developers of all levels with knowledge and awareness of different solutions.
I am making the iOS app of my game: Polygloss.
Polygloss helps you express yourself in another language. Guess images with friends, write creatively and expand your productive vocabulary.
A weekly newsletter featuring an interview with women in STEM, interesting articles and actionable tips on leadership, productivity and mindfulness.
Getting a group's availability shouldn't be complicated. With Schedu, you can easily poll your squad to find the best meeting time.
My goal was to study Vue.js, web animation & performance. While also completing a fun portfolio site that displayed my current projects. The stack I'm using is Gridsome, TailwindCSS & Netlify.
I just started screen printing at home and illustrating more. I think it would be a great idea to set up a site where I can display my work and potentially sell pieces and stickers that I create.
Cover art and book analysis for Amazon Bestseller charts. Looking for genre and seasonal trends to help authors and cover designers hit market expectations. :)
Lets create a list of good exsmples from maritime industry, design of ships and floating constructuons, water managment etc. Lets focus on solutions for environment. Everything connected with water.
A beta version of a 30-day health behavior change challenge for Mongolians, designed and launched during the Just F*ing Ship It Challenge 2020.
An eBook that will hopefully save you hundreds of hours of research and headache as I distill my past year of flopping around with frustration figuring out how Finances for Freelancers work!
A set of Youtube tutorials on how to build out and customize automated pricing pages in Webflow using the Stripe and Servicebot pricing page embed.
A planner (web)app to organize tasks by days, weeks, and months.
View my progress on twitter: @diptiigautam
A lighthearted app inspired by "The Guilty Feminist" podcast, to provide an anonymous space to share 'feminist confessions'. Once on the app stores, all proceeds to go to the charity Choose Love.
I'll suggest a homepage redesign for a charity website to improve readability, accessibility and user experience.
Tipsy on Colors is the good story born from last night's bad decision. It was conceived to house all of my creative works & personal projects grounded on the vision of marrying creativity & strategy.
Where developers, makers, and tech founders grow their blogs and improve their writing through feedback, collaboration, & continuous learning.
A directory platform to showcase, discover and support Malaysian artists - for artists and non-artists.
A short exploration of how we perceive randomness and how it's used in generative art works. The zine is currently in progress but you can sign up for updates.
What this is: The link is to an expo demo for the UI of a matching app to help gamers find fellow gamers to play with around the world. (Think Tindr for gamers minus the dating focus). What this could
An open-source website to collect ressources to help junior to mid-level Ruby on Rails developers to progress in their career
Malaysians Who Make is the community for Malaysian creators to come together, seek help, share resources and connect with one another.
A collection of resources and a platform connecting environmentally-oriented organizations, startups, and individuals.
An app for managing your fridge/pantry and always eat your food in its best state. By eating fresh food, you waste less, save money, and help the planet. This month's goal is to launch version 1.2.0.