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Interview: TimeWheel Sports Timer App, Gennadii Dudarek

Sometimes, the people around us can be a source of inspiration towards our success. That’s what happened to Gennadii Dudarek, who ended up creating an iOS application because there was no suitable existing app for his wife. TimeWheel is a

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Interview: Work-Related Project as a Hobby, Willy Tchi-Yuan Ha

As I wrote before, a work-related topic can be a great choice for a hobby project. That’s what Willy Tchi-Yuan Ha from Montreal did. Unfortunately, Willy cannot disclose too many details about the project so far, but he can share

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Interview: Herculeum Rogue-Like Game, Tuukka Turto

Herculeum (or pyherc, as the project was initially called) is a simple dungeon adventure game, where the player explores randomly generated dungeons. Currently there are only a few basic features ready. The author, Tuukka Turto, is gradually adding new things

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Interview: DropBox Alternative as a Learning Project, Jonathan Speight

A hobby project is often the best way to learn new skills, in particular, software technology. That’s the way Jonathan Speight, a 21 years old programmer from Southampton, UK chose for extending his C# proficiency. Jonathan’s project aims “to facilitate

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Interview: Andrey Kuzmenko, Free Writing Service

Have you ever been stuck with your next blog post, or a letter, or some document you needed to write? That’s the problem that freewritng.com, a project by Andrey Kuzmenko, is trying to solve. It can help you overcome the

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Interview: Mike Meyer, Arduino RC Hovercraft

Did you see the amazing RC (radio controlled) toys you can buy today? What is even more amazing is that you can build one yourself, revisiting some science and engineering knowledge in the process. I can only imagine what it

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Interview: Sergei Pavliuk, First ABCs – Three Apps in Three Days

Sometimes it pays to concentrate and do the whole project in one rush. That’s the approach Sergei Pavliuk chose for his First ABCs app. First ABCs is a freeware educational iPhone app for kids and parents who want to learn

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