30 Seconds of Knowledge

Become a better developer, in every new tab.

#2 Product of the DayFebruary 06, 2019

Gain new developer skills every time you open a New Tab! Choose which programming languages you want to get better at in options and get smarter every time you open a New Tab. All you need is 30 seconds to read and understand snippets of code and improve your knowledge. Saw something useful? Just copy/paste it into your code and you're golden!

Reviews
  • Eli Or
    Eli OrFront End Developer, Dynamic Yield
    Pros: 

    Good concept, always keen on learning new stuff

    Cons: 

    I don't like it to be on the New Tab Page. I already have a NTP extension that I don’t plan to replace.

    Instead of a new tab page, why not a simple website where a piece of advice is displayed randomly at each refresh?

    Eli Or has never used this product.
  • Pros: 

    User Experience , Content, Creative Thinking

    Cons: 

    Limited Tech Stack CSS, JS, Python, PHP, React. Hope more tech stack will be added soon.

    A Good way of mixing "work & learn" together.

    Vel Murugan S has used this product for one day.
Discussion
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Stefan Petrovic
Stefan PetrovicMaker@petrovicstefan · Fullstack Developer
Hello PH! Glad to share this Chrome Extension with you. Recently I became responsible for mentoring two junior developers at my job and I got an idea to create this project. Hope you'll like it. All feedback is welcome. Looking forward to hearing what all of you think!
Garg Ankit
Garg Ankit@graciousgarg · Silicon-Meat Interface Engineer
Awesome idea. Do you plan on expanding it to other languages as well?
Stefan Petrovic
Stefan PetrovicMaker@petrovicstefan · Fullstack Developer
@graciousgarg I am planning to add more languages, however the initial stage of the extension is powered by other 30 seconds of projects (like 30 seconds of code, 30 seconds of css ...) If the extension gains some traction and users i plan on focusing my time to find collaborators that would like to write new snippets to get independent of the mention open-source projects.
Garg Ankit
Garg Ankit@graciousgarg · Silicon-Meat Interface Engineer
@petrovicstefan Makes sense. Also now I get the reference in the name
dkb
dkb@dkb868 · CS @ UCLA | Indie Hacker 👨🏾‍💻
My current new tab plugin shows me an awesome new cat everytime, but if I ever feel like being more productive, this seems like an excellent replacement.
Stefan Petrovic
Stefan PetrovicMaker@petrovicstefan · Fullstack Developer
@dkb868 Here is the deal, you tell me the name of the extension with cats and I'll use it instead of you, and you use this one for a while 🐈 🐾 . P.S. wasn't joking, that cat extension sounds great!
dkb
dkb@dkb868 · CS @ UCLA | Indie Hacker 👨🏾‍💻
@petrovicstefan Haha it's called tabby cat http://tabbycats.club
Stefan Petrovic
Stefan PetrovicMaker@petrovicstefan · Fullstack Developer
@dkb868 Oh GOD!!! I think I'll personally use this one but don't tell anyone!
Vladimir Prolović
Vladimir Prolović@vladimir_sb
Nice stuff you got there ... 😃
Stefan Petrovic
Stefan PetrovicMaker@petrovicstefan · Fullstack Developer
@vladimir_sb Thank you very much! 😊 🙏
Sasikanth
Sasikanth@sasi513 · Developer
I published similar product last year Coding Tips . I pull information from Stackoverflow and github. This seems cool. All the best.
Stefan Petrovic
Stefan PetrovicMaker@petrovicstefan · Fullstack Developer
@sasi513 Hey, just checked out your extension great job, I like that it takes the info from such information rich sources like git and stackoverflow. All the best to you too!