|What problem are you solving?||Prior to applications like Snipt and Gist, developers would store frequently-forgotten code snippets as text files in random (and equally forgettable) places. Snipt allows you to store public and private snippets, tag them for easy organization, and search to find what you’re looking for in the future. Combined with support for teams and a complete API, Snipt is the ultimate code snippet storage and sharing service.|
|What is your solution?||Snipt is a code snippet service for teams or individuals.Team accounts allow your team members to create and edit private and public code snippets. Search through all your team’s snippets, and view detailed diffs of changes to each snippet.|
Individuals can post public snippets for free. Go Pro for only $5/mo and mark snippets as private, making them perfect for storing and organizing code you never want to forget.
|How will you make money?||Free for individuals to post public snippets, $5/month for private. Team accounts starting at $49/month after a 14-day free trial.|
|Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity?||Snipt was founded by Nick Sergeant in 2009. Nick is an experienced software engineer from New York with over a decade of experience building web applications from scratch.|
|Founders Names||Nick Sergeant|
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