There will be long winds and waves, and the sails will be hung up on the clouds to help the sea — think about the 9th anniversary of whether or not, and give me some product ideas
The author is fortunate to have an early connection with Sifei and has basically witnessed the development of Sifei over the past nine years. From questions and answers to columns, to later tutorials, reports, and recent videos and reviews, I think it continues to improve and develop, and continue to bring more useful and useful products to developers.
However, I think there are still some product ideas that can be considered.
1. "I want to see the actual combat project" voting ranking list
This idea comes from Education Ecosystem , the earliest live coding website, live coding. I opened it by accident the other day and found this product.
The rules of this product are very simple. Users can submit what kind of project they want to see and in what language to develop, and other users can vote according to their needs. Projects with high votes can naturally become the first choice of live broadcasters/up hosts.
I think SF can make a copy. And you can also add some more interesting gameplay, such as:
- One dollar crowdfunding. Netizens use money to vote. One dollar = 10 votes. After the course is online, it will be deducted proportionally. It can be used to offset the price, percentage, and course;
- After meeting certain conditions, SF signs a contract with the anchor to broadcast, and after the broadcast is completed, a series of courses will be produced
- Team live broadcast. Split into several parts, such as front-end and back-end App, live broadcast by different anchors, which will be more efficient
2. AppIdeas Chinese Version
I have seen many students who lack project experience. What they lack is not only project experience, they often don't even know what they can do.
I occasionally go to ProductHunt and App ideas to see other people's product ideas. I think that in fact, in many cases, beginners do not need to come up to make e-commerce websites or large-scale apps. It doesn't make much sense for you to imitate a JD Tmall or NetEase Cloud Music. Many small products are more suitable for everyone to learn from. It is not difficult and the time is controllable. As long as they can be made and can be used by people, they can continue to develop and improve, and obtain solid and reliable project experience.
For example, I have shared "Talk about "practice work" from uiprint.co" . If a developer can build such a product from scratch, he can become a full-stack Web developer. By.
My personal traffic is very poor, so the important task of helping the world's entry developers is left to Sifei.
The plan is very simple. Give everyone a space, such as a special circle, for everyone to share ideas suitable for introductory projects, or product needs that everyone wants but no one makes. Then give a certain amount of traffic support, and it's almost there.
If there are product managers and designers who are willing to come to share high-availability prototypes or design drafts, I think it would be good to give cash rewards; or invite product managers and designers to list and sell high-availability prototypes and design drafts. For example, the code city prototype square in Ma City is a good example.
3. Daily and weekly programs
I believe that live broadcast and video will continue to develop in the future, and more people will use video to gain knowledge. For example, the printer at my house broke a few days ago, and one of the ink tubes was blocked. We just found a few videos on station b and fixed it.
Therefore, I also suggest whether to open daily and weekly programs. For daily broadcasting, it should be suitable for relatively short technical content, such as selecting a design draft on dribbble and implementing it with web or app; or find an effect in codepen sparkle to explain; or explain a technical point.
For weekly broadcasts, you can make a weekly technical review, hot topic discussion, etc., as a supplement to the current weekly report email. By the way, it’s not bad to take out some existing courses for exemption. For example, the first few sections of a certain course can be directly included in the weekly content, or the author of the video course can be invited to promote their courses. Ok.
If so, I’ll sign up first, haha.
There is no internal data, it is purely YY, for reference only, I wish you better and better.
In the new year, I hope that Sifei will bring more benefits to developers, and that more developers will come to Sifei and regard Sifei as their own beautiful home.