I always have ongoing side projects. I build some of them to learn a new language or stack, and others with the hope that I can monetize them.
- ⚙️ CodeBit (2023)Generate animated code videos more easily than ever
CodeBit is an online app to generate animated code videos. The kind of videos you can post on Twitter or LinkedIn to show a quick refactoring, how to use a library, or how to fix a bug.
I created this project with Maxime. We loved these videos but never found the right tool to create them without spending long hours tweaking transitions or syntax highlighting.
- ⚙️ Learn React & Next.js (2023)An online course
- ⚙️ GitHub Business Card (2022)A business card from your GitHub profile
- ⚙️ Montreal Developer Jobs (2022)A niche job board for developers in Montreal.
Montreal Developer Jobs is a niche job board for developers in Montreal. 🇨🇦
👨🏻💻 Until companies come to post their job ads, I manually go to several company websites to get and repost them. 😅
📝 I’m putting a lot of energy into SEO, and create blog posts about the Montreal developers' ecosystem.
- ⚙️ Spliit (2022)An alternative to Splitwise, no account needed
Spliit is an alternative to Splitwise. Use it to share expenses with friends and family, without creating any account.
I built this app while I was learning Go.
- ⚙️ 1link (2022) soldA links page for indie authors.
1link is an alternative to Linktree for independent authors, where they can showcase their books on a page with the colors and style they want.
I sold this project in 2022.
- ⚙️ Gordle (2022)A Wordle clone for desktop.
Gordle is a clone of the famous Wordle game. I created it when I was learning Go.
- ⚙️ My Side Project Rocks (2021) soldA place to post early side projects.
- ⚙️ 3D Book (2020) soldA tool for authors to embed a 3D version of their book cover.
- ⚙️ useEffect.dev (2020)An interactive course to master React hooks.