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🌼 Percent

Percent is a system to track overarching life goals and analyze if you're actually sticking to them.

The idea came from a personal process I did myself for several months to quantify my life on a weekly basis — although the first version was a spreadsheet with a bunch of formulas, there were enough features to justify building a standalone product.

🔮 Someday

An iOS app made for those of us living one day at a time. Get it here.

🛹 Zero Skips

Zero Skips is a 7-track, zero-skips playlist dropping every week. Subscribe here to get it in your inbox Tuesday nights.

🐀 Another Day in the Simulation

Inspired by Elon's Occupy Mars t-shirt, I created ADITS in 2018 after spending too much time thinking about the simulation theory. First collection is out (Classic) -- store is paused while I create a few more collections!

🧬 React Meetup

I ran the React.js meetup in Green Bay — you can check out some of my presentations about interacting with databases, the history of React state, or integrating Storybook.

🎏 Zen

With Zen, I wanted to create a small set of 'rooms' that would take me somewhere peaceful. I was feeling a lot of stress at the time and wished there was something pretty but boring to fall into for a quick mental break.

It's built using three.js and runs on Glitch, a really cool platform to build small projects.

😸 Felist

Felist is a minimal organizer. I hated having to decide between a bunch of todo-list apps that were complete overkills for what I needed (I even wrote a semi-popular post about). So here's a sleek & minimal app to save you and me from todo-list oblivion.

☁️ Salesforce Starter

While at IBM I learned to develop in Salesforce and wrote some documentation for myself. I figured if anyone wants to save themselves a headache, they can avoid the endless Salesforce on-boarding docs and just read what I distilled here.

📚 Tutoring

I'm one of the top programming tutors on Wyzant! I'm the top search result for HTML, JavaScript, Ruby, etc. I even got my own URL: wyzant.com/tutors/nico.

I love to learn different technologies by getting involved in other people's pet projects. If you're interested, email me at hi@nico.gl for more info.