For the long project period at Hack Reactor, I chose to work on a project that has been on my mind for over a year and to solve a problem I’m personally very familiar with. I have two little dogs, Bowser and Apple, and because of my lifestyle, these pups are well traveled. They’ve lived in multiple cities, they fly on holidays, and they’ve visited their fair share of daycares. Each time one of the aforementioned events occurs, we have to fill out a form and show proof of vaccination. Their paper vaccination record was getting beat up and even our vet was unclear on their vaccination dates.
Pawprint is solving this problem by being the source of truth on pet vaccination records.
- We are building the last form you will have to fill out to get your pets information
- We are going to call your vet and get your information for you so you, your groomer, your petsitter and everyone else can go about their day
- Once we have the information, we’ll display it all in an app for you so you have access to it at all times – we’ll even remind you when you’re due for another vet visit
Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come:
If you or your friends have pets, you can sign up at http://getpawprint.com/ now to get notified when we release the product (mid July). We now have a team of 4 working on this full time for the remainder of Hack Reactor (the next 4 weeks). I can’t wait to see what what this team is going to accomplish, click to learn more about Taylor Harwin, Benjamin Lee, and Jonathan Huang. Tech teaser: we’re using an Angular front-end and building an in-house CRM using Postgres and Node/Express. Over the next few weeks, I’ll blog about the challenges, pros and con of the technology. Stay tuned 🙂
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