These are the products/side-projects that I'm currently working on. Some I've left on the back-burner and are almost "abandonware" territory, but others I actively work on and develop. I'm always open to new opportunities, so if you have an idea you'd like built, let me know: [email protected] or @cderm on Twitter
Tripcoster is a project I built to solve my own problem of quickly finding out all I need to know about a potential trip destination. I want to know flight prices, accommodation prices, availability for both (specifically direct flights), and stuff to do there, as well as the weather. So far I have it set up so that I'm an affiliate for flights and accomodation. It doesn't make much money... yet :)
Referextra is a product I built to help affiliates in the travel space make more money. It encompasses a suite of products that help websites manage their referral links better, and improve them with AB testing over time.
This is a side project I built to help developers and programmers quickly build effective portfolios using their GitHub profile. It's an angular 4+ application running on a nodejs backend, hosted on Heroku. The app uses an API built on the backend to generate single-page websites, using Handelbarsjs as the templating engine.
A project for giving companies a quick and easy way to visualise their real-time impact on the world. A dashboard that they can proudly display in their lobby or lounge that shows real-time information about what their company is doing. Think orders or sales being displayed as they happen, across the globe.
This simple 2-page website is something I built for myself when I was searching for a 9-5 job. I got tired of putting the same search terms in across 3-4 different sites. So, I built a simple web app that uses jquery on the frontend and nodejs on the backend.
A custom-built API on the backend accepts the keywords and location from the frontend and scrapes the 3 sites listed (Monster.ie, Jobs.ie and irishjobs.ie), and then returns the results in a JSON object that the frontend can show using Handlebarsjs for templating.
This was a fun project too, and I haven't worked on it in a while. But, I don't want to kill it just yet. Maybe next time I'm looking for a job it'll vome in handy again. :)
This was a project initially started with a good friend of mine Ciaran Maguire when we were both trying to hone our web development skills.
We wanted an extensions manager that looked good and had "groups" so we could toggle on and off multiple extensions at once.
So far it's doing really well, we're really happy with it for the moment, but have ideas as to how it could be monetised. Whenever we get a free couple of days, we might try that out.