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March 1st, 2019

Remote In Tech is a list of companies who hire remotly

Remote In Tech is a list of companies who hire remotely. This started as a GitHub repository and is now going to be much more. A Hacktoberfest project

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Remote In Tech
This is your very first post. For some reason, I like keeping the first post. It's nice to know where you began. Like where the idea for this site originated. On 13th October 2015, Jessica posted this ^ She then started to compile these on the remote-jobs repository.

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Hey Hunters! I made this new thing called Levelsmap. I created it because I was deeply inspired by @levelsio when I saw him talk at a nomad conference in 2015. If I can help my fellow product hunters and more product makers like myself connect with each other, so much the better. Hope that helps!!

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Flexible invoicing app with customizable templates (Freebie)

Manta is a flexible invoicing desktop app that allows you to quickly make beautiful invoices without the need of using design software like Photoshop, InDesign or Sketch. It's geared toward people who need to make invoices from time to time such as freelance designers, developers, photographers or writers ... etc. No Internet, monthly fee required!

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Medium
So after much procrastination πŸ˜…, I finally managed to finish this project and would like to share it with you today. Manta is a flexible invoicing desktop app that allows you to quickly create beautiful invoices without the need of using design software like Photoshop, InDesign or Sketch.
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Know which foods are good when you have certain disease

Good Food Guide is a guide to know which foods are good when you have certain disease!

It is an open source project and developed by the community.

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freeCodeCamp.org
I was a lone software developer. When I was in college, I attended the KDE conference. It was my first encounter with the open source world. At the conference, I thought the presenters and the people raising hands were very smart. I knew there was free software available, created by the community for the community.
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