- 📝 I started to collect and upload positions to CreativeDevJobs
- 🏗️ Made a few adjustments on the Gift Hunt, Discount Hunt and Story View landing pages
- 🥳 The guest post about Gift Hunt went live
- 🐞 Found a bug in CreativeDevJobs and someone used the job posting process to test stolen card information
- 🏗️ Gift Hunt updates about pro features
- 🥳 New Discount Hunt customer
- 😔 I have to pay for another monthly service
- ✍️ I finally finished the guest post about Gift Hunt
- 🤗 Another great chat with a fellow maker
- free version of Gift Hunt is live
- landing page changes
- Google Ads for Discount Hunt
- virtual meeting with a fellow maker
- I decided to create a free version of Gift Hunt because I think I can’t reach the necessary amount of people without submitting my plugin to the WordPress plugin directory
- for the Pro version I have to offer something that users will pay for and I decided to add features that will make it possible to customize...
This is my first weekly backlog post. Writing a summary at the end of every day about what I was working on makes it a bit easier to get over the feeling I’m not doing enough. Although, I still have mixed feelings about the results.
At the end of last week, I reached one of my yearly goals. I’ve read 6 books by far and while I updated my goals subpage I also realized that by the end of the year I’m not going to publish 30 blog posts if I don’t change my writing habits. So, that’s what I’m doing now :)
Well, I can’t say it was an easy ride, but it’s finally here. Today my first Shopify extension went live on the app store. Here are a few things about why I built it and what I learned during the process.
For years I was always the one who wasn’t 100% satisfied with the end result. When it was possible, I wanted 120%. And I always found something that (I thought) could be better.
- I decided to participate in Fixathon
- I used Node.js, Express, and MongoDB to build my product
- this happened right after I finished the Learn Node course, so I can’t say I was an experienced Node.js developer
- I could almost finish all the functions I wanted to
- the platform is live and looks like it works fine as a...
In July, I didn’t launch a standalone product. Instead, I was trying to enhance the ones I shipped previously.