tl;dr Built reread.io over a weekend. Briefly tried to growth-hack/market it. Only marginal success. No revenue model. Now Open Sourced.
Beside my day job as a full-stack entrepreneur in Jolly Good Code, I also organise monthly Ruby meetups and RedDotRubyConf as my side projects. Due to the exposure from these events, I get these requests pretty often:
Hi, we are hiring. Do you know where I can find developers?
Relatedly, I wrote another piece titled “Learnings from Building reread.io”. You might be interested in reading that too. And reread.io is now open source.
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