This year, 160+ participants registered for the Just F*ing Ship It Challenge. I always encourage them to share their progress publicly during this hackathon, and I decided it would be nice to list those who wrote Twitter threads and updated them during the month. If I forgot someone, please share in the comments!
• @rleggos is working on Start Designing Today, a collection of resources for knitters and crocheters who want to get started designing and selling their own patterns.
• Taylor is building a scheduling app.
• @mgreiler is working on a code review tool.
• @gautam_dipti is creating a planner app to organize tasks by days, weeks, and months.
• @rhipayne is finishing The Remote Work Era, a guide for women to go remote & thrive in the new age of work.
• Sia is working on The Library is Open, a book recommender system.
• @jishirii is creating a CLI tool that helps to manage your keys on your .env file
• Brittany is building Third Coast Studio, a community-minded Midwest Web Development Agency
• @bellanothadid is updating her portfolio and redesigning her website.
• @gimmeacamera is redesigning a charity’s interface
Many more shared their progress on Twitter, with regular tweets:
• @SamKaizen published the landing page of Readerie, a Goodreads alternative focused around encouraging discussions.
• @ashleemboyer is building No-Code Overlays, allowing anyone to create interactive streaming overlays without learning how to code.
• @janetacarr is working on a Jira cloud add-on to automatically find relevant documentation to Jira issues.
• @joannaTS is working on Cover Charts, a cover art and book analysis for Amazon Bestseller charts.
• @meljones shared what she learned about Web animations.
• @Clo_O tweeted daily about Mindful UX.
• @Anashch is working on an eBook about personal branding for introverts.
All projects are browsable here and you can have a look at the participants' progress using the hashtag #WomenMakeChallenge on Twitter.
Can't wait to see the result in November!! 😻