December 16, 2019

My first article in Hackernoon got published!


Lately I got this feeling that Caliverse is starting to get some small breakthrough. More users are registering and more of them are using Caliverse on a daily basis. In the last two weeks, I got almost 1000 new users which is quite great when I got almost 3000 users in total.

I have almost scored one of my important milestones - 200 workout hours per week. Last week it was 182 hours so hopefully soon this will be achieved.

And in a way it became clear to me why this time the project was more successful than any other I have ever made. And I shared my thoughts on Hackernoon.

If you got 10-15 minutes to read an article that might help you in your struggle, here is the link:


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    Congratulations - HackerNoon is a great platform for building your reputation amongst startup founders and developers. David (who runs it), is a great guy. I've gotten tons of contract and job offers over the years from my HackerNoon posts.

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      Hey, thanks! I haven't really been into HackerNoon before this but will definitely follow it and if I will got this urge to share some great thoughts of mine with people, will write another article :)

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    Your app looks great to me! I've been doing mostly workouts with weights and a few body-weight exercises. (Pull-up, push-up- chin-up..) and they are by far the most fun. I'm curious to see what kind of workouts there are in your app :)

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      Thanks! Doing pull-ups, chin-ups etc is a great start if you find calisthenics interesting. And trying to unlock moves like back lever or planche can be an addiction, but in a good way :)
      If you got any ideas or have bugs, let me know!

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