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One of the incredible things we can do with web technologies is help other folks learn something new. I, personally, learned modern web development with free resources online.
FreeCodeCamp was a huge help to me, but there are other things out there to help students brush up on their math skills, teach folks about gardening, or to share backpacking tips & tricks.
If you've helped someone learn with something cool you've built (doesn't matter how big or small) I'd love if you shared it with me!
Head on over to the submission form, tell me a little about what you hacked on, and maybe I'll give you some coffee![ Submit a Project ]
After building side projects on the web for a decade, I still loop back to one thought:
"How rad would it be if this could earn me some beer money?"
The internet is infinitely more cool when folks build rad shit, and those devs 100% deserve some money for caffeine, snacks, or whatever.
That's where I come in.
Every month I'll pick a new theme. If you've built something rad that fits the theme (like at ALL), feel free to submit it!
I'll select three projects that stand out, write an article to showcase them, and throw each of the developers $25!
Listen, if you're reading this, you've probably built something cool.
Let me give you a coffee for making the internet a more interesting place.
Sign up for one long update at the start of every month about the new group of winners followed by three shorter weekly updates about other cool projects around the internet.
I only store your email, which I promise to never sell. That'd be the opposite of rad.