17 year old developer working on stuff that intrigues me. founder and CEO, ArisVeam.
It was a warm evening in April in the northern plains of India, I was sitting at my desk with a slight discomfort for I could not figure out the solution of a Foobar Level 4 problem because well, my high school was closed ( still is! ).
I finally stopped biting the pen and thought to myself that maybe I should practice a bit more before approaching this problem so I looked up on Google for some websites to practice code on, I started solving some problems, it was good for a while when ultimately I had to open a new tab for understanding a concept, then another and well, then another.
Now the thing was that even though I had all these tabs opened, it felt a little weird, something wasn’t right. These websites already had almost identical content and the fact that they just keep adding more content made me feel confused and simply wanting to close half of those tabs but how could I even know for sure which one’s better, right?
So far, these features especially the Music idea has received really good feedback from developers on Reddit, Slack Channels, and Discord Servers and I certainly hope the Hackernoon community might like such a platform too.
And the fact that it’s already receiving a lot of traffic (over 15,000 requests in the past 24 hours alone for just the pre-release without me even reaching out as much as I actually could have). This is the kind of response that makes me believe that DomeCode can actually be a coding platform that was missing all this while. Even if you might be thinking that the features I listed are standard, well you won’t have that thought once the further versions roll in with the sick features I have planned!
DomeCode is still in the alpha stage though and is optimized only for larger screens as of now, however, I’d be fixing that soon and it will be completely optimized for screens of all sizes by the stable version. So if you’re someone who thinks that they might be a good fit for contributing in a growing project like this, lemme know by emailing at [email protected]