Hello fellow IndieHackers 👋
This is my first post here, really excited to share. Looking for your comments and guidance as I know you got this figured out better than me 🚀
👨🔧 First a little about me:
For the last 7 years, I've been working full time as a backend developer for big and small companies. Currently working for a small startup here in Finland.
For a long time, I've been planning to try my skills as an indie hacker and the time is now guys!
📈 The plan
As I've been lurking indie hackers, product hunt, and all various indie hacker-related sites for a few years now I have come to the come conclusion that the golden rule for indie hacking is: validate first, code later. So the plan right now is simple: I'm going to validate as many ideas as possible for the upcoming months. Then, if something catches some attention, proceed with that specific idea.
💡 First idea for validation
So, of course, I cannot publish my first post without presenting you guys with an idea I've had for some time, but just recently decided to take action (read: try to validate it) upon it.
This idea actually came from reading indie hackers as I found out many of you do newsletters, videos, coding courses, and much other stuff that would be great content to deliver via live streaming. You have so much knowledge to give, and not just for other indie hackers, but for big companies also as they actually know little about idea validation, finding customers outside of traditional methods, and so on.
But enough with the chitchat, feel free to ask me any questions, and hard criticism is always welcome. 🙉
Have a nice day!