Technically this is my second launch on Reddit. The first time I launched, the post was taken down in less 10 minutes due to self-promotion. This time I try again and the post manage to get 58 upvotes (top post).
I'm not sure how to think of the numbers. It might be just people like what I am doing but not necessarily the product or even using it. I'll just wait and see if any of the signups return to use the product.
I built a MVP with the tech-stack that I'm most familiar with - Vue.js & Firebase. I did all the coding whenever I have free time after work and during the weekend.
The MVP contains a several interactive coding courses and learning tools
Data representation of text, images, text compression
I also setup payment from the start to see if anyone is willing to pay for it as a sort of product validation. As for now, I will be focusing on SEO to get traffic and see if I could get a paying customer.
I've been teaching coding & computer science to primary & secondary students for two years, and constantly looking for tool/platform that could provide all the learning activities in one place. I tried to look for platform that could provide following:
interactive coding activities
student progress tracking
computer science activities/games
Many existing platforms focus on programming alone however I am looking for interactive activities or games that teaches computer science concepts such as data representation, networking, and etc...
I decided to scratch my own back and built what I needed.