While most of the people were celebrating the end of the year and the start of a hopefully better one, I was alone in my corner, counting my failed indie projects. It's a graveyard.
I'm frustrated and angry because I lost a good amount of time building my shitty products. A time that I certainly can't get back. This, coupled with the fact that I will lose my current 9-5 job by end of January, I entered what others call "panic mode".
It's safe to say that I'm in a shitty situation right now. And I couldn't help myself but to launch another (soon to fail?) project 🤷♂️.
This time I took a different approach, however.
I decided not to waste hours and days looking for the "next big" idea.
I decided not to try to sell another product but rather myself. My skills. Skills I've acquired for more than a decade.
I'm an experienced full-stack software developer. And I have been recently following the trend of JAMstack and statically generated websites.
I told myself why not build a productized service around this trend and try to sell what I can do best; coding websites.
This is another journey of mine trying to break the 9-5 loop and make a living independently.
Hi 👋 my name is Wassim and I'm publicly building FastJam.dev
Edit: I'm running a giveaway here as a thank you for everyone who took the time to comment my thread and all this great community as whole!