We create products for pessimists.
A little over a week ago I had the thought of creating a poster that would serve as a constant reminder of my financial goal for 2018. I figured other people might want the same thing -- so I made this.
CommitTasks is a small, robust cli for developers to plan and manage their git commits in multiple projects.
So, I don't always remember to tweet what I do, but commit my code often, and what do users love more than your product? Well, useful information about what they're going into, and updates, updates are important! Always let people know what you're doing with the product 💪
Hopefully it'll be of use for somebody! 😎
Let me know what you think
Gitweet is a convenient tool for developers and makers that wants to quickly tweet something about their last code update.
Once your repository is linked to a twitter account, every time you provide a description in a commit (completely optional obviously), a tweet will be posted with the provided content.
Only the description will be tweeted.
🙈The problem: Indie devs don't have time to update their users enough to keep them excited and in the loop about product. We should be writing code, not tweeting.
💡The idea: Developers don't tweet often, but they commit code almost everyday. GitBird lets you tweet product updates straight from the terminal; just add a webhook to your git repo!