I’ve always been fascinated by seeing creative people work their craft. I don’t just want to see the finished product. I’d like to see the progress that got them there.
Over the last couple of years the concept of “building in public” has become mainstream. People no longer wait to show off their project when it’s finished. Instead, they start sharing their progress from day one. It’s a great way to meet other makers, stay motivated, get early feedback, and build an audience.
A lot of people now build in public on Twitter. To connect, they use the hashtag #buildinpublic. Unfortunately there wasn’t a great way to explore all these tweets and makers. Until now.
Introducing buildinpublic.com 🚀
A place to explore all the #buildinpublic tweets and see what everyone is working on.
Have a look and maybe give building in public a try yourself. Just post a tweet with the #buildinpublic hashtag and it will automatically show up on the site!
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