I’m gushing a bit.
While the prizes may not be a investing by Ron Conway, or 50k cash, it is nice to feel that my peers think what I contributed to is worthwhile.
Can’t go into details about what the projects are, but hopefully they’ll end up on the companies’ roadmap.
If you don’t know Trulia, it’s the best Multi-Market real estate site.
Check out listing for San Francisco.
My Fried Eric Goldberg just launched a product, I think it’s more female focused.
A Little different than the most of the target demo of my blog here, but I do what I can.
It seems to be similiar to the original Priceonomics before they just became a media site, where it tracks the price of products and alerts on sales.
He’s calling it WishPlz, check it out!
Spent some time over the last month building out an integration for WooCommerce & Easypost, since I liked their product. I am pretty happy with the outcome, looking to get some feedback from users once posted over on the directory. Seems to be going well already have 30+ downloads in one day.
I toyed with the idea of selling it commercially, in the end I am open sourcing it. I think both of these products are of the highest caliber.
Have a look at EasyPost at https://www.easypost.com/.
Check the plugin it out on GitHub or WordPress
Built a pretty sweet app for the hackathon over in berlin last weekend, check it out
Ever want to check in to Foursquare but the 3G doesn’t work well or you don’t have wifi, now you can with Time Traveller
Just use the photos from your exotic location and use them to give you the time and location of your check-in.
See it at TimeTraveller.co
Anyone that knows me knows that I love hockey. Play two night a week etc.My Friend Javier registered the domain so I took a few minutes to finish the joke.
Spent a few minutes this morning setting up a play on words. http://ninjahertl.com
Just about got the finishing touches on my new plugin see it over at GitHub.
Edit difficult to keep two sources up to date, so current version on WordPress
Has all the functionality that you would expect from a name your own price, give it a try!
You can see the final product here
After 16 or so hours of furious hacking, I put down a solid solo effort.
Learning quite a few new pieces of technology including GraphDB (Neo4J), and gexf format, with sigma.js managed to come up with something I think is pretty cool.
People remarked it looked like a Jackson Pollock painting, which is cool, because without a way to search or highlight a single node, it’s pretty useless 🙂
If you’re reading this you are probably thinking that you’ve seen a similar layout before, and you’d be correct.
I didn’t see anything similar after a couple of google searches so, I made a quick clone, it’s nothing fancy, but it get’s the point across.
The words play up front and center.
Medium style theme for WordPress go pick it up at Github
Struck by the fact that everyone wanted somewhere between 25$ on the low end and 79$ on the high end just to connect one open source system to another, I wasn’t in the mood to pay and I had some free time so I give back to the community a nice free WooCommerce to Stripe Payment Gateway integration.
Striper on Github
Edit: It’s a pain to upload to two systems, so the most current version is going to be on wordpress.
Striper on WordPress
Anyone is interested in kicking it forward, maybe adding some subscriptions fork it and that would be the bomb. Otherwise it’s pretty ready to go, check it out.
Orange is the new Black, so maybe. In the process of building something I thought people might like I built a extension for the WordPress / WooCommerce platform to work with the company EasyPost, they’re an awesome, Y-Combinator graduate company for shipping labels etc. But I digress, so I’m thinking that there may be a market for this product as people seem to be okay with paying for things that make their life easier in this system, most payment gateways cost between 50$ and 100$.
I navigated over to the developers of the Open Source shopping cart WooThemes to be hit with the biggest slap in the face I’ve seen lately.
Sell your extensions with us and earn 50% commission!
Wow, so for the pleasure of having my product listed on your site, which undoubtedly since you wrote the thing would be the most obvious sale, but unlike the Apple Store or Google Play is not actually necessary, I can sell this myself anywhere I want, you think that is worth 50% of the sale? Not only that but you call it commission? Commission to me seems the exact opposite, it’s the bonus paid to the salesperson who facilitated the sale. So a more correct way of writing this might be,
Sell your extensions with us and pay a low 50% commission
I’m not sure what Auto Salespersons earn in commision but I’m willing to bet it’s a whole lot lower than that.