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Commits.io 2.0

Create a poster from your code!

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CodeZen

Generate shareable and elegant image from your source code.

Paste your source code, customize the look, save the image and share :)

Rishimohan
CodeZen makes code sharing elegant. It generates image from code for easy sharing. It supports syntax highlighting for popular programming languages. Apart from that you can customize the editor style.
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GitHub Gardener

Daily, automated commits that turn your GitHub green

GitHub Gardener is a tool that makes automated commits daily that magically turn your GitHub contributions green.

Twitter
Ok, I want to build a simple product this week and launch it. I am thinking of a bot that pushes a commit to a stupid repository on GitHub everyday in order to make it green in the span of a year.
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Gitweet

Tweet from your commit description

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.

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CommitSheet

Turn Github commits into battle-tested invoices. Free!

The first invoicing tool specifically for developers. Devs leave a history of their work with git commits; why not turn that data into beautiful, detailed invoices and save hours every month. Select dates and repos you worked on. Add styles and billing information. Export a detailed invoice as PDF or HTML. It's that easy. Plus, it's FREE !

Medium
Let's face it, developers can be a little unreliable when it comes to invoicing. If you're a recruiter, you need detailed, professional, timely invoices from your developers - so that they and you get paid promptly. That's why we are introducing CommitSheet, invoicing for recruiters and the developers they manage.
Medium
If you're a freelance developer or consultant, creating invoices each month can be time consuming and tedious. Most devs use spreadsheets, word documents or time tracking tools, but developers still spend on average over 2 hours a month creating invoices*. This is a lot of wasted time!
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