A useful autocomplete feature was added today at the searching capabilities of TeacherFinder. The autocomplete look is as follows…
From now on, the users of TeacherFinder will be able to submit their own personal profile for one year, at a very low cost. Below, how the profile looks like, when crawled by Google Engine.
After almost one month of coding every single evening after work, the new platform for finding private teachers in Greece was launched last night.
Totally re-factored and with a fresh new look, is hoping to serve the best possible way its users. It is offered completely free and it adopts a post-it like appearance with different colors for each category.
The intention is to continue developing new features for the platform and extend the functionality that already offers. However, it is mainly a hobby for me and thus, there are no guarantees for future deliverables.
- Another major update …
- HandCrafted Epoxy Resin Table
- HireMe Update
- TeacherFinder, what a journey…
- DataGrinder | When data intimidates, you grind!
- 7-years non-stop, time for a server upgrade!
- HireMe is up and running
- The Marathoner’s Metaphor
- TeacherFinder – Got a major update!
- Anonymity, privacy, data control, no-tracking
- When agile fails, a hotfix is not enough
- My server setup
- TedTalk: Motivation & Work
- cloudNotes is up and running!
- Building a simple blog with Django
- The illusion of “data deletion”
- Switching to a ThinkPad T430
- TeacherFinder got a facelift
- DuckDuckGo, using it almost for a year now.
- QAWeb – Using Django via SSH for QA Stats
- Volvo Race 2012 – Fireworks, View from Salthill
- Customizing Firefox UI
- TeacherFinder – Text Link Ads and Ad Preview
- Salthill Bay – A sunny day.
- TeacherFinder goes International