We're one week await from the first release of kitfluence 🎉 It's been some months since we started working on the project, which means we put some serious hours in.
Yesterday I was just too curious about how much of money we technically invested by working on kitfluence instead of working on client's projects of Fasky. We know what we usually charge for an hour at Fasky, so we just multiplied it by the total number of hours since we started coding and working on kitfluence.
To our surprise we just hit the 50k in developer's costs, which is a huge number, considering that this a side project. We are very happy that the release is coming sooner than later and we finally are ready to show what we've worked on.
What do you think of this number? Does it matter at all?
If you don't know but wanna know what kitfluence is stands for and does for you, check out the landing page at https://kitfluence.com and sign up for the mailing list to get a reminder email on the release day.