Here at IronZebra, I've decided to partake in November Startup Month. It's simple, really: you have 30 days in which to conceptualize, design, build and launch an application to the world. Take one of those ideas you've had in the back of your head for a while, and do it. It's basically the equivalent of NaNoWriMo, but for application development.
There's a basic site to help you keep track every day during the month, called hn.21times.org. I'll be posting my progress as I go on. Today is already November 5, but luckily I have an idea that's already quite well-thought out and relatively easy to implement. The challenge will just be to find the one or two hours extra every day! I'll probably sprint the most over weekends, so my work on Fumana doesn't fall behind schedule.
My idea? For now, let's just say it will be a product for designers/web developers, as it's something that I've needed from my own experience. And that's always a good sign.
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