It’s been quite a year already.
H2 has already started off with a bang, but before we get too much deeper, we’re recapping the standout top launches from H1.
Contra - A new professional network for flexible work
“I've only been part of this community for about a week and... already I've gathered feedback on my work from professionals, gained access to book, video, and course resources relating to my field, helped people out with their queries, and so much more!” - Aishwarya Agrawal
Ray.so - Turn your code into beautiful images
“This is awesome! Wish it existed when I was building [my company], as we shared lots of code snippets on social and elsewhere. I love how simple and curated it is with the color schemes.” - Danny Halarewich
Audiblogs - Listen to any web article in your podcast player
“[A]bsolutely amazing! If you're anything like me and have a chrome window with a thousand tabs of articles that you'll definitely, absolutely, 100% find the time to read (lol), you need this.” - Nader Khalil
Persona - Identify verification for any use case
“10 lines of code for an entirely customizable identity verification system?? That's a game-changer. Count me in.”- Jake Disraeli
Open VC - Browse 2,200+ funds by investment criteria
"Love this! Such a useful tool for entrepreneurs working on researching their target investors." - Stephanie Rich
The Swap Cap caught our eye with its magnetic swap system.
The maker shared that the team is also working on a platform where creators can make their own unique designs to swap in and out.
Every successful company runs on accessible, validated, securely migrated customer data that is readily available. But reaching this data nirvana can seem impossible.
Flatfile, the data onboarding platform, intuitively validates, transforms, and makes sense of the customer data you depend on, turning it into an easy-to-use format for your business. This frees your team from wasting hours in Excel manually cleaning data and enables your product and engineering teams to build core features instead of a custom data importer that ultimately won’t be scalable.
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