Business, Innovation

re.vu wins 59 Days of Code

06.28.11 | 9 Comments

re.vu logo

As outlined in a previous entry, I’m happy to have a new project underway in the form of re.vu (pronounced “review”) – a radically better way to represent one’s self than a plain old resume.

Last week, re.vu was selected as the winner for the “In Process” category of startups at the contest 59 Days of Code. There was some tough competition there and we were fortunate (and happy) to be selected as the winner in our category. This is the second year of the contest that is held in California’s Central Valley and since one of our co-founders works from Fresno, it was a great forcing function to build out re.vu’s features and functions as well as an opportunity to engage with the startup/tech community in and around Fresno (we’re looking at you Hashtag and many, many others…)

Watch this space for news as we move from private beta (our present state) to full release in the very near future. The best time to think about how to market yourself is before you need to, so you are invited to come create your re.vu now. It’s a free service and it’s a fantastic way to create a package that tells your story in a way a plain old resume can’t.

No need to be a graphic designer, you can create different looks using templates, widgets, and forms. Here’s a piece of my re.vu as an example:

Mike Harding's re.vu