It has been a long and amazing road since leaving Boston for Africa back in July. One of the many things I wanted to make sure I did while traveling was to keep coding and build something along the way. Using a new and different stack than I was used to. I happy to release KickBacker to the public today in *beta.*
KickBacker is a tool for KickStarter project owners to incentivize their backers to promote their project. The owners and backers are aligned around a common goal: Getting the Project Funded. KickBacker allows project owners to give their backers an extra reward, a KickBack, to the backer who drives the most traffic to their project.
Check it out at http://kickbacker.co and let me know what you think.
The app is built with Python using Flask, Jinja, Redis, Celery and is deployed to Amazon EC2 using Boto and Fabric.