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Dev Center connect Nigerian developers and designers

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Dev Center is a social media network created to "solve the visibility problem with Nigerian devs/designers. Everybody works in isolation and we don't know each other." Connecting in a local ecosystem is a great way to collaborate, get funding and share projects - a concept that's not only great for Nigeria, but for the whole world.


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"The more people love your posts, the further they spread."

Share your thoughts, feelings, pictures and emoticons with your friends anonymously with Secretly. Though there are other apps out there that allow friends to anonmously post their images and videos (see: Ether) what makes Secretly cool is that the more people like your thoughts, the more people it gets share with. 


Debugging faster with Pesticide

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CSS can be tricky, especially if you're trying to find that one little bug Pesticide helps you search and destroy by placing an outline on every element, thus helping you figure out just what the heck is going on with your code.



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Atom is "a hackable text editor for the 21st Century."  A web app with a web-based core means that you can take control of your text editor and make it all yours.


Hello Ruby

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Hello Ruby is a children’s book and workbook designed to teach basic programming through stories and kid-friendly activities. Ruby is a young girl with a big imagination, and her adventures are aimed to help 4 to 7-year-olds understand programming logic and culture. The idea comes from Linda Liukas, programmer and cofounder of Rails Girls.

The Kickstarter runs through February 22, 2014.



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Spin.js creates dynamic spinners that can be used as a replacement for GIFs.

No images, no external CSS, and works in all major browsers. Also, Internet Explorer 6. Spin.js is highly configurable, resolution-independent, and doesn't require jQuery (though it is supported).


Tynker teaches kids coding, without the code

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There are a growing number of resources to teach kids how to code. And with good reason - it's not only awesome, it's a critical skill. But instead of just focusing on computer languages, Tynker aims to teach kids how to think like a programmer.

Tynker teaches conceptual logic to kids through games and basic animations - with different levels and narratives for different age groups. Though currently only available for schools, a home edition should be available in the coming months.

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