January 10, 2021

Welcome, introduce yourself! (Week of Jan 10th)

Rosie Sherry @rosiesherry

Rosie here -- the Indie Hackers community manager. Welcome! 👋

This short guide is meant to help you get the most out of Indie Hackers.

First, introduce yourself!

Indie Hackers is a community of people helping each other build profitable businesses and side projects. The key word here is "community." Don't be shy!

For starters, take a second to introduce yourself and share your goals in the comments below. 👇

Just say a few words about who you are, why you're here, and what you hope to accomplish or learn.

Take a moment to say hello to someone else as well!

Dive into learning.

We've interviewed hundreds of successful indie hackers. I recommend reading a few of their stories. It's a great way to get an overview of what's possible.

If you prefer audio to reading, check out the Indie Hackers Podcast Network and find a show you like.

Now is the best time to start.

There's no time like the present. Check out the "Start Here" page for a list of practical steps and articles that can help you take action.

Not only will it help you get started, but it should also introduce you to some of the best parts of the Indie Hackers community.

Good luck!

This is just the tip of the iceberg. If you're ever feeling lost or confused, post a question in the Meta group, or tag me (@rosiesherry) in any comment or post.

Don't forget to introduce yourself and say hi to someone else below! 🤗

  1. 5

    Hi this is my first community attendance of any kind and I am excited to see originality. I want to learn something new everyday that's my life goal and I want to master one thing that's my career goal.

    1. 1

      Well, if you'd like to learn cloud computing as a beginner we just launched our app. We'd be really grateful if you try it out and give us a good rating :)


  2. 4

    Hi Indie Hackers,

    I'm Soyapi, developer of Owinna.com, a "LinkedIn for sports" (starting with soccer in Malawi). I work on it as a side project to learn how to build a tech business and keep my hacking skills fresh.

    I'm happy join this community to share user stats and milestones as I (try to) grow the business, something I wasn't able to access for tech products in this part of the world when I was starting.

    1. 1

      Hi, how’s the tech scene in Malawi? I have met a few Malawians here in CapeTown, always had great chats

  3. 3

    Hi, I am a recently barred attorney with entrepreneurial aspirations. I want to build an investment fund that focuses on innovation and ideas meant to improve lives.

    1. 1

      Nice idea! Looks like you're into something!

      Make it more tangible :)

      1. 1

        Thank you! How would you suggest I do that? I want to get involved in the entrepreneurial/startup community.

        1. 1

          Well emotionally deep video and image content might help. Make sure it always ends up positive or hopeful.

          A simple idea that changed lives could deliver the message. There's plenty of such stories that changed lives. Once you have one, run a campaign using it as a theme. Here's one from personal experience of having unbearable gastritis which turned out to be what this doctor discovered:

          Discover Magazine:

          The medical elite thought they knew what caused ulcers and stomach cancer. But they were wrong — and didn't want to hear otherwise.

          For years obscure doctor hailing from Australia’s hardscrabble west coast watched in horror as ulcer patients fell so ill that many had their stomach removed or bled until they died. That physician, an internist named Barry Marshall, was tormented because he knew there was a simple treatment for ulcers, which at that time afflicted 10 percent of all adults.

          In 1981 Marshall began working with Robin Warren, the Royal Perth Hospital pathologist who, two years earlier, discovered the gut could be overrun by hardy, corkscrew-shaped bacteria called Helicobacter pylori. Biopsying ulcer patients and culturing the organisms in the lab, Marshall traced not just ulcers but also stomach cancer to this gut infection. The cure, he realized, was readily available: anti­biotics. But mainstream gastroenterologists were dismissive, holding on to the old idea that ulcers were caused by stress.

          Unable to make his case in studies with lab mice (because H. pylori affects only primates) and prohibited from experimenting on people, Marshall grew desperate. Finally he ran an experiment on the only human patient he could ethically recruit: himself. He took some H. pylori from the gut of an ailing patient, stirred it into a broth, and drank it.

          As the days passed, he developed gastritis, the precursor to an ulcer: He started vomiting, his breath began to stink, and he felt sick and exhausted. Back in the lab, he biopsied his own gut, culturing H. pylori and proving unequivocally that bacteria were the underlying cause of ulcers.

    2. 1

      wow this sounds interesting

  4. 2

    Hi, just landing here ;-)

  5. 2

    Hi, my name is Ethan and I am currently searching for a cool project to work on or start, that will make the world better. I'm a iOS mobile app developer by day, and I am excited to grow with yall!

  6. 2

    Hey everyone!
    I've 6+ years of experience building full-stack applications from the ground up. I've also started a few start-ups myself. I can do frontend, backend, infrastructure and mobile. I'm here to help others guys with my experience and skill-set.

    1. 1

      Hey I could use your help if you're down

  7. 1

    I joined IH after hearing Courtland speak on two separate episodes of TWIST. It is really gratifying to hear people openly profess that they are not trying to build a unicorn and that a million or two a year is "good enough". Duh! I have been in tech a lot of years now, having done several startups that have been acquired, or flopped. Now in my 50's with a comfortable job, I would like to leverage all that expertise, tech and other, into something with the IH ethic, comfortable revenue and no goal to reach 1b. I'll admit I am struggling to find the precise itch that needs to be scratched, but look forward to brainstorming here to refine an idea.

    Conversely, if you have an idea and need a tech partner, let's talk.

  8. 1

    Hi, my name is Dayo Adeosun. I am a recent UChicago grad and I am a startup founder with the goal of givinge everyone in the world a personal map (www.spott.live). I plan to grow the app quite substantially this year and I'm looking for a community of testers and supporters who are interested in Spott, social networks, decentralized networks, programming, marketing, sales, soccer, or community.

  9. 1

    Hi all! It's Mario here, a software engineer with a few ideas for new projects, some years of experience in software development and a loooooot of motivation and enthusiasm for finding a project, group or person to join and build something cool, useful and, more important, impactful. I've always tried to work in projects or companies that do something for the common good but someday I'd love to commit to my own impact project.

  10. 1

    Hi, my name is Chad. I recently got into the Indie Hackers podcast and have been really enjoying hearing so many inspiring stories. One of my goals is to start a viable "lifestyle" business and to be my own "boss" someday. I look forward to connecting with others in this community. :)

  11. 1

    Hi! Greetings from Cape Town! I'm Oksana. I'm a researcher and I'm currently building a couple of my own online projects.

  12. 1

    Hi guys, super thrill to join this community. I'm a co-founder of ememeji.com, a MacOS/Windows app to pick emoji and meme at the same time. I'm happy to share the app with you guys.

  13. 1

    Hello, My name is Shashi and I have been working on a desktop application to help developers recover their train of thought faster after an interruption, thus improving their productivity.

    I am here to share my progress and get feedback and help others in whatever possible way I can.

  14. 1

    Hello! I'm Chris, founder of Carventure.com, a modern car shopping platform. Think Zillow for cars.

  15. 1

    Hey i'm Brian, I have an app I would like to make. It's a simple app connecting one to another like meetup. So I joined this to learn what programs etc are better, and try and figure where am I lacking in design and layouts

  16. 1

    newcomer and want to find somethings can apply my skill in IT

  17. 1

    Hi, I’m Teo and my current goal is to start a tech-based side-project in order to help me secure my retirement when I’m older. I’m also a front-end developer, so I’m looking to enhance my skills and possibly learn more about other areas in technology

  18. 1

    Hi I am Rohit from India. I run a newsletter on how Behavior Science can be used by marketers, creators, product designers and others to make better products. So excitdd to be here.

  19. 1

    Hey! I'm Bernardo, a software developer currently building synctokindle.com.
    I found IndieHackers on Twitter and thought it would be interesting to learn from what other like-minded people are doing. Great initiative!

  20. 1

    I'm Rishal. I've learned from many of you on IndieHackers Twitter. I enjoy visualising problems and solutions, and finding ways to communicate thoughts and ideas effectively. Building things at https://www.viszen.tech and https://prolificidea.com. I also authored Grokking AI Algorithms. Looking forward to engaging with the community. More about me at http://rhurbans.com.

  21. 1

    Hi! I'm founder and CEO of an AI powered Agile Competitive Intelligence platform, iSearch.ai. We help innovators with early stage ideas find their closest competitors and also similar patents to their idea. It's free to use for one idea - I would love feedback! I'm also happy to provide feedback on anyone else's project. We're currently bootstrapping.

  22. 1

    Hi ,
    I'm Paul, designer from vijayawada(India). Happy to be here and share ideas with all of you. I have few startup ideas and I’m looking to learn and apply the insights through this community.

  23. 1

    Hello there! I'm Israel, from Venezuela, living in Dubai. I'm a software engineer who wants to experiment building products I'd use and see if they're useful for someone else, if it makes a few bucks in the process I wouldn't complain ;-)

  24. 1

    Hello everyone,
    I’m from India and currently working in an IT firm. I have few startup ideas and I’m looking to learn and apply the insights through this community :)

  25. 1

    Hi guys!

    Arman here I'm the owner of ArevMedia Advertising Agency, I've worked as an advertiser for Frank Kern and Grant Cardone and then started my own agency, currently looking to invest/partner up with SaaS founders to grow their businesses!

  26. 1

    Wonder how many Japanese people are in this community. I've started a newsletter about corporate innovation, and am proselytizing it to my corporate clients (I work in VC). Will aim to make it into a $1000 business by May!

  27. 1

    Hi there! After a career in marketing & tech (as a business cofounder of a startup over the past few years), I'm now transitioning into building a different lifestyle and am thrilled to join this community. I started my journey a few months ago by jumping on the lean start-up methodology(-ies) and getting started with the whole no-code movement. I hope I'll make some great contacts and discoveries here, and will be happy to help whoever I can! GET FIRED UP! #HeavyMetalForever

  28. 1

    Hello all, I'm Nick. I've been listening to the show for a year or so now but finally decided to join the community on the site here. I don't really use any "social networks" but I want to participate more and talk with more like minded people like the indie hackers crowd. My kind of people.

  29. 1

    Hi, looking to speak to ambitious developers who can potentially join my business as a co-founder.

  30. 1

    Hi guys!

    I'm Marco, a psychologist/filmmaker from Venezuela (based in Chile). Long time lurker and consumer of this amazing community.

    Right now I'm running a small production company while I'm learning web development.

    My goals are to grow the company in order to delegate and free up some time to dedicate to other hobbies such as web development and starting a new digital company.

    Looking forward to participe on this community rather than just consuming all the podcast episodes and reading to all of your posts about your companies (analysis paralysis right?) 😅

    Anyway, if you have some questions or need any help on video production, editing or animation, hit me up, I'll be glad to help and return something of value for this amazing community : )

  31. 1

    Hey everyone! I want to build a sustainable business and quit my cushy tech job and work on that fulltime. Here for my inspiration and learning.

  32. 1

    Hi there! My name is Aaron, based in Toronto, Canada. I'm building https://whatis.rocks, a Slack integration app that helps teams organize their acronyms, terms, and knowledge, all within Slack!

    I'm excited to learn more about building an ecosystem app, product analytics, growth, and finding ways to build a product users actually need.

    Feel free to connect!

  33. 1

    Hey my name is Brandon I’m the founder of DSM is a Creator focused CRM. Prior to DSM I worked with creators (influencers, celebrities, brands) for the past 8 years helping them scale their revenue.

    I’m an expert when it comes to growth marketing and have scaled both creators and e-commerce stores to over 6-figure monthly revenue.

    Would love to chat with anyone that finds me helpful. If your interested in learning more about DSM our website is DSM.network

  34. 1

    I’m a CapeTown based dev building some fun side projects, currently in beta with firstquestion.app

  35. 1

    Hi there.
    Happy to be here and share ideas with all of you. I've been coding for years as a hobby and previously worked in tech in a SysAdmin role. I love to do research and find out people's pains and design solutions, but realize that I need to hold myself accountable and build in public so I'm more compelled to ship.

  36. 1

    Hy guys and girls.
    My name is Antonio and I am just a guy who works in the marketing department as an employee (didn't get any fancy role name) with a wish to become an iOS developer because I just love Apple and I believe that I can also get on the train with them and make every day a little bit less complicated. Where I stand currently? Well, I started the iOS foundation Bootcamp in December and finished last week with a strong desire to build apps and put some ideas to life and help with resolving some problems. I will leave a link to my first project down below. It isn't something but my girlfriend said that she likes it and believe me she is brutally honest so that's enough for me because I helped her with the problem of finding our photos without scrolling through the photo gallery.
    Now I'm basically without any idea and just not doing programming which is very bad from my iOS journey. I would like to explore ideas and grow together with somebody so my doors are open for any idea.
    Things I also do which can maybe be of help are graphic design and a little bit of UI design.
    I look forward to being a part of this community and maybe make some new friendships. 😊

    PROJECT: https://github.com/vida994

    Thats all from me.

  37. 1

    Hi everyone,
    developper and entrepreneur here. Co-founded a development studio in France. From 2 to 7 in two years!
    Still working on code that is my first love. Being a team unlocked so much interesting project!

  38. 1

    Hello. Just starting as an indie game dev. Was looking for others on the same journey to share ideas with and ask questions to

  39. 1

    Hi all, my name is Ben Dominguez and I run a site over at https://www.fantasyfootballdatapros.com where I teach people how to code with Fantasy Football data. The goal of my product is to introduce programming to people interested in sports in a fun and engaging way.

  40. 1


    my Name is Orlando Almario, I am a software developer and technical lead with a live-long passion to make video games.

    my objective for 2021 is to go full time Game designer and developer. To that end I have started freelancing on upwork for game related projects and re-launched my website to start posting weeklyish content about Video Games and Self improvement.

    check it out! https://orla.games

    My main concern is how to start reaching an audience of gamers that will be interested in my content and eventually in the games I am making.

    what do you think?

  41. 1

    Hi! Dani here from Argentina, EdTech entrepreneur, interested in the education and employment intersection, starting to build new projects with no-code.

  42. 1

    Hi I am a professional 3D Artist with experience creating games for consoles. Now I started my own studio with my colleague to create mobile games. We are excited to start sharing our work process and to get feedback from everyone.

    1. 1

      hello! I am a software developer that will change to full time game developer in this 2021. I would love it if you checkout my site: https://orla.games

      what do you think? would yo subscribe to this kind of content?

      do you have a website with your portfolio?

  43. 1

    Hi everyone,
    My name is Jasper. To cope with lockdown, I recently started a print-on-demand store, which I am trying to get fully automated now. Revenue has exceeded my expectations so far. This has reignited my passsion for making projects online!

  44. 1

    Just want to say hi to every entrepreneur on this community. Having been caught in a 9-to-5 day job now for more than 20 years, this is the year for me to follow my life goal of becoming more independent (again). I have entrepreneurship flowing through my veins. Having had my own freelancing company between 2006 and 2009. I want to go back to those days, now that I have seen all aspects of Customer Journey: from creating awareness through marketing up to delivery of a software product or service.

    My idea is to offer my business strategy experience as a consultant from building lean startups, creating strategic company and product roadmaps, marketing plans, up to guiding startup companies to a successful exit.

    Great to meet you all virtually!

    1. 1

      Nice to meet you! That's alot of experience!

  45. 1

    Hello Folks,
    I am Nilpa, an ML professional at one of the largest career portal, based out of the US. Recently I realized that I do not act on my startup ideas ( mostly in Tech) and thought that meeting people who believe in converting ideas into products.
    Technically, I mostly work on Computer vision and NLP ML products. However, I have realized recently that having a good grasp on mobile development can help you kick off the idea real quick. Please share your thoughts if it is worth investing some time on mobile app dev as tech founder.

  46. 1

    Hi, I'm Petr and I'm working on https://swiftpack.co, which is a collection of Swift packages, basically npm for Swift developers.

  47. 1

    Hi Indiehackers!

    I just signed up after hearing Courtland on the Creator Lab podcast. I'm super interested what's going on in here!

    Right now I'm writing a series on 'Twitter's Most Prolific Product Creators' so I would like to find some Indiehackers to include in that!

    1. 1

      If failures + success sounds good, got plenty :)

      I started with this free medical help wiki called freehospital.org. Then worked on a website to find interesting places around you ilikeplaces.com. Followed that by an app to control your news newsmute.com. Now onto creating educational apps.

      We just launched the android app:


      1. 1

        awesome what's your twitter handle?

      2. 1

        This comment was deleted 14 hours ago.

  48. 1

    Hi! Ani here, I am a corporate social responsibility expert that is currently finishing my MBA in Sustainability. As part of my thesis topic, I am trying to explore the idea of CSR in the startup world and what prevents most startups from integrating social, environmental and governance considerations from day 1.

    Any thoughts/advice/answers are welcomed!


  49. 1

    Hello, I am a UX/UI designer with background in the insurance industry and I consistently strive to learn and grow.

  50. 1

    Hello, This is Mukesh, corporate training professional pivoted to being a Business Coach. Trying to move out of the rat race. Want to understand, learn the market trends and utilize it in my business.

  51. 1

    Hi everyone!

    I am the indie hacker of www.toolabs.com and describe myself as a "designer-hearted developer", building a "developer-minded design tool".

    I am very happy to be a member of this community because I believe it will help me not feel alone by exchanging our experiences and keep me stay motivated on my indie journey.

  52. 1

    Hey, Love it. Always wanted to start a SAAS business. Want a family too and making that all more profitable than a big tech job, is a mind bending problem I haven't overcome yet. Love the look of this place, glad to get to know everyone.

  53. 1

    Hello, I am here to share my experience with drugs and alcohol, which I have been able to overcome today, I have been five days sober and I have had a lot of help especially from organizations like @stjohnsrecovery, https://www.facebook.com/stjohnsrecoveryplace/ , today I can continue thanks to them

  54. 1

    Hello, I'm hvsharma.
    I'm learning and exploring all the tech. Recently, started one blogging platform and freelancing.
    Happy learning!

  55. 1

    Hi fellow Indie-hackers. I am Rishi. I have been building technology products for the last 8 years. Right now I (along with a team of 4) am building FigPickle - A backup tool for Figma designers to automate the backup of their work to a cloud storage of their choice. The most frequent question I get is why build a backup tool when Figma "autosaves" to cloud.

    We are building this product for 2 reasons

    1. Figma is the gatekeeper to your own work. You might get locked out any day. We are preparing for that eventuality
    2. Deletion/hacking might lead to a loss of your data on Figma cloud. FigPickle will let you choose a storage medium that you like (e.g. Dropbox etc).

    I have come here, to get some feedback from the community and words of wisdom for journey ahead.

  56. 1

    Hi guys, this is Khalid a full-time freelances and founder of a software company. I am now shifting the company towards product based company rather than a service based company. Before being a freelance and founder of this amazing company I tried 3 mega startups and failed them (Soundcloud Type, Dropbox Type, Udemy Type). I've learned a lot and got financials enough to launch a new product after 2 years of freelancing.

    Wish me luck! :)

  57. 1

    Hi there! I'm a Designer/Engineer based in San Francisco. I'm working on improving access to the outdoors. I've built a few prototypes already and I hope to find something that resonates with people. I'd love to chat with you if you're also an outdoors enthusiast! :)

  58. 1

    Hello, I'm Daniel. Been running www.confessionsofadataguy.com for awhile. Interested in building a SAAS and learning how to monetize. I'm a data engineer by trade, looking to learn front end for my project.

  59. 1

    Hi Indie Hackers,

    I found out about this community through Michael Linch's blog. I'd say I'm really glad, for I wanted to start developing a series of entertainment mobile applications. I have planned for a long time, but done nothing. This community looks like a great inspiration to drive me towards acting.

  60. 1

    Hi I am Oluwashina a Nigerian, I have got a passion for programming and 4 years of experience working on all sort of solution here for a company but I aspire to start a business of my own, I would also like to work with others in bringing their dreams to reality, I am currently trying to develop an idea I have long forgotten cause I was certain it was an alternative to existing solutions and I felt it wouldn't thrive. but I recently got the drive to push forward

  61. 1

    Hey there, Azm here. Well I have a little experience of developing Full-Stack applications and I'm looking for partners to build saas products!!

  62. 1

    Hi there, I have recently started working on some indie projects and came across this very interesting community.

    I have been working at LinkedIn as an AI Engineer for a few years. I previously lead the engineering team at a Toronto based startup that we sold to LinkedIn.

    Looking forward to getting know folks, learn from you all and help out where I can :)



  63. 1

    Hi! Matt here - I run a digital product studio for the day job but have a backlog of silly side projects that are mildly profitable:

    ⛏️ Dumb Cuneiform - a service where you send us a short message and we inscribe it into a clay tablet in cuneiform

    📚 Charles Williams Library - I designed and published nice collectors' editions of a semi-obscure author's novels

    🧛‍♂️ Dracula Daily - this one's free, it's a newsletter that emails you Bram Stoker's Dracula in real time, as the events happen. Starts May 3 BTW!

    And lots more, but those are the three that take the most attention lately :)

  64. 1

    Hi, have been passionate about entrepreneurship and side hustles since I was a child. And finally getting to explore my dreams! Have built a few lifestyle apps on the side related to HIIT workouts, note taking and foodie adventures. Always working on something. Excited to be here.

  65. 1

    Hi, I left my job at a high growth Silicon Valley startup to start my own business. Looking forward to learning and sharing more!

  66. 1

    Hi I'm a first year business major whose starting a small app developing company. Im here hoping to meet people who can build apps and be discrete about it, as many of my ideas are confidential. Was referred to this website by a member of my team who is also a user and I'm hoping we can source more of the team from this great community I've heard so much about.

  67. 1

    Happy Thursday Wonderful Hackers! Andie Kat here with SEAHUNNY.com, humbly looking to the best of the best for tips and tricks in how to promote our chocolaty, organically sourced and ethically supported body butter; Blissed-Out Body Ganache (we're not worthy, we're not worthy). We have been diligently collecting data and perfecting our concept for the last 9 years and are READY to take the world (and their skin) by storm! DIP IN!

  68. 1

    Hey Everyone, I'm Andrew! I'm building Lucky Card (YC W21), a debit card that gives you a chance at winning money each time you swipe (www.getluckycard.com).

    Looking forward to getting involved in the community!

  69. 1

    Hi, I'm André.
    A Brazilian guy who left a very cool job to follow his dreams of making a great startup!
    But now struggles with the lack of discipline.

  70. 1

    Hi, I'm Themba. Studied finance and have worked in customer acquisition, product development and distribution. I have an idea for an entertainment app based on the economy of sharing. Hoping to connect with a technical founder who has experience in coding and payment systems, happy to connect

  71. 1

    I am Pratik Kahale i am looking for some business idea. i am sure that i'll find a suitable business idea for myself.

  72. 1

    Hello everyone!

    I'm Raz, a product designer by trade and a creator at heart.

    I've been creating on the internet for over 7 years, from eCommerce to blogging content. It's been a rollercoaster, and I have learned a lot have plenty to share.

    You can currently find me on Twitter, where I am actively sharing my build on public journeys.

    I also post a startup idea everyday! 💡

    Follow me on Twitter @ux_raz.

    I hope that I can help people out in the community and go on journeys with you all!

  73. 1

    Hi, I'm Jay, currently a running a local on demand business. Excited to interact more with the community!

  74. 1

    👋 Hi, I am Naseem, a 2020 graduate. I have a growing interest in software development and I love to explore new products. I wish to learn more and grow. Wish me luck.

  75. 1

    Hi we are a BCorp that developed Simplifire.World, a free, secure and easy to use platform for digital e-contract negotiations and e-signature, supporting group collaboration to benefit all startups and businesses. Helping the world to agree.

  76. 1

    👋hi everyone, I'm a design-focused product person working on https://fanfolk.com/ a simple way to create a website with paid subscriptions.

    I love talking design and product, please reach out with anything you think I'd be interested in! I also love to dig in to design, let me know if I can help with anything. Excited to get to know all of you!

  77. 1

    Hi guys, I'm Paddy.
    I've been working on https://joinodin.com for the last 6 months.
    We're building a community-driven investment platform for VC's, Family Offices and Angel Investors to connect with each other and with founders.
    We've just started accepting paying customers - excited to be bootstrapping for as long as possible, and keen to learn more form this community.

  78. 1

    Hey all, I'm the founder of Humanitec.com. Humanitec is the fastest way for engineering teams build their Internal Developer Platform. That's like a Heroku but on top of the tech and tools that are in place already (clusters, databases, DNS, filestorage, monitoring etc. ); We are working with investors such as Jason Warner (Github), Mirko Novacovic (Instana) or Sohaib Abassi (Oracle).
    I'm joining here because we are remodelling our Docs and Video tutorials and I'd love feedback. This is my third SaaS startup (previous was toladata.com sold to GFA) and I'm focussing on GTM and product most of the time. So happy to answer whatever question you may have for me.
    Cheers and I'm very much looking forward to engaging with you as a community

    1. 1

      Also reach out to me at [email protected] if you have any ideas, critique, collaboration etc. Alway happy.

  79. 1

    Hey, I'm Luke, engineer at Amazon Cloud. Only heard good things about this community so I wanted to check it out. I hope I can learn from you and continue to grow and develop my skills. Thanks!

  80. 1

    Hello 👋 This is Vijay here. I'm a computer engineer aspiring to build digital products for the internet!

  81. 1

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  83. 1

    Hello! I'm making wittwise.com, to help you make the most out of every customer interaction by recommending the best reply (based on your knowledge base).

    These are the topics I can help with: python development, nlp, customer development/interviewing.

  84. 1

    Hi! I'm Willie and I'm new here. I have an idea for a project and this seems to be the place to go. My idea is essentially a thrift store for indie projects. A place where indie makers can donate their old and unused projects to be used by students that are interested in learning about how to start a company or pursue an idea.

  85. 1

    My name is Tanya Musara, I am a programming newbie hoping to start a few blogs. I want to be a programmer because I got tired of mediocre content I saw from my contry in Zimbabwe.

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    Hi, I am Nathan Gomez, developer at https://macmillermerch.net/. I am a python programmer. I love web automation and web scraping. I am currently working on Django framework.
    Apart from this, I love to watch and play football. Liverpool is my favourite club. I also like to read books and play video games in my leisure time.

  87. 1

    Hi Indie Hackers,

    Im another wannabe internet business entrepreneur. I also have some time&money and 16 years of business management as a teacher, consultant and family business owner. My experience is on strategic planning, finances, sales and import/export.

    My intention here is to find good ideas and people to work together.

  88. 1

    Hi everyone! I'm sotirac, a long time developer currently looking at Flutter / Firebase to build my next MVP. I came here to indiehackers to hopefully get me over the hump of releasing a product with paying customers.

  89. 1

    Hey guys, happy to join. I'm a tech/finance guy, running my advisory boutique for startups. Have some software product ideas that I want to run through here to get some potential user feedback.

  90. 1

    Dear Cole and Team. With the help of you and your team, you repaired our credits reporting errors that we thought were unfix-able. It is with great thanks and appreciation that we are now able to move our children into their first official home to start this holiday season. We couldn’t be more grateful. For more information on how to get your credit fixed contact the team at [email protected] 938 888 1611.

  91. 1

    It's very helpful, thank you! You can also visit here https://prowatersoftener.com/

  92. 1

    Hi folks! JS dev here - loving the IH podcast, coming to check out the community ;)

  93. 1

    Hello Everyone!

    I'm Giorgio, currently a digital marketer working for myself. Nice to meet you and can't wait to interact more with the community!

  94. 1

    I am Rob and I have been entrepreneurial since an early age and have created many different companies and worked in various sectors over the years.

    I have been running my own company since around 2001. You can find me on linked in /in/giftedorb my research consultancy is currently www.evidenceagency.com and I also run a not for profit grass roots music venue.

    Open to collabs.

    I have a couple of ideas/brands that i am crafting at the moment with regards truth and quality of life that would require, an automated collation of available data from multiple sources, and ongoing collection of opinions about quality of life.

    Happy to offer support to any new start ups or people taking the plunge to become self reliant - good luck to us all :).

  95. 1

    Happy new year rosie sherry

  96. 1

    Hey everyone. I'm a fulltime designer/dad by day and wannabe entrepreneur by night. In my spare time (hard to come by as we have a 2-year-old) my cousin and I are working on a small side project that's a "Google Docs for designers."

    The Indie Hacker podcast (episode Run With It) brought me here!

    Looking forward to learning from everyone in the community. :)

  97. 1

    Hi, trying to create the next great social network.

    1. 1

      What is your idea for the social network?

  98. 1

    Hello everyone! I'm a beginner coder and a long time fan of IH podcasts.

  99. 1

    Last year i lost my home because of the fraudulent judicial system, my score was around 485 and i had collections as well, i was wondering where i was going to begin from before a friend of mine told me earlier in december that it was possible to have a score increase then introduced me to an agent named Dennis.. i honestly dont know how to thank him enough which is why i decided to share this, he raised my score to 820 and cleared my negatives.. i now have a much better life all thanks to him.. contact him on dennisdfixer at g m a i l . com or 9 1 7 7 2 2 6 9 1 3 if ever in such need as i was.

  100. 1

    Pete here, founder of have-a-word.com

    Copywriting and marketing strategy background, primarily in SaaS.

    Venturing out to create my own products which aim to help brands and service providers more effectively sell online with words.

    Released a simple free version of the breakdowns I'm working on here - https://have-a-word.com/noom-marketing/

  101. 1

    Hi! I'm David, full-stack developer from Norway. Building a saas tool, https://aiava.io, a framework to help you improve your customer's journey.

    I'm here to meet likeminded, interesting people. I'm also happy to share some knowledge about developing.

  102. 1

    Hello there!
    My name is Tim, I'm learning to code and create web apps with my mentor. I like to discover new things! Interested in new ideas and inspiration!
    Excited to learn from this community and get new experience! I will also be glad to help with your ideas/project!

  103. 1

    Hi I'm Nova. I am a Full-Stack Software Engineer that focuses on .NET ASP. I joined indiehackers to try and make something for myself and experiment with new technologies I couldn't use in my day job such as ML and Blazor. I can design, develop, and publish an app, but my main issue is that I do not have a community to talk to and get feedback from. That's why I'm glad to have found indiehackers.
    My newest app is : https://rinkurisuto.azurewebsites.net/

  104. 1

    Greetings Hackers!

    We come in peace from Leafcard. Leafcard is a healthcare technology that provides telemedicine services and produces educational materials related to medical cannabis. Check us out at www.valeafcard.com ....Built with Next.js and JamStack. Happy reading and coding!

  105. 1

    Hi hackers, I'm Nataliya. Worked on startups as a developer for years and now I'm at a point where I'm fully committed to work on my own idea in hair care space. Excited to join this community! Hope we all will have a productive year 🚀

  106. 1

    Ciao Everyone,

    my name is Alessandro, I am from Milan Italy and I moved to Tokyo 3 years ago.
    I am a Creative Director and Designer.

    I have been working in the fashion industry for more than 18 years and in 2018 I founded my fashion label, Maison ILLURE, which is the first Luxury High-Fashion "Green" brand founded between Milano and Tokyo.


    I decided to join the Indie Hackers Comunity as I would like to connect with new startuppers and entrepreneurs from all around the World.

    I am now writing my new Sci-Fi novel that I hope to finish by April-May and publish by the end of this year.

    I look forward to meeting each of you guys!

  107. 1

    Hi guys,

    My name is Michael. I just signed up to the site after listening to the podcast for a few months. I have been interested in coding for a while now. I have completed one Udemy course and am currently undertaking a full stack development course with an institution. My goal is to use coding as a means to start an online business and be able to work remotely. My absolute passion in life is martial arts and I have been fighting for 12 years. I want to be able to work remotely so that I can live, train and fight in places around the world without worrying about a 9 to 5. I have a background in business but have just quit my job to move to Spain and live with my girlfriend, teaching English online and in class. I want to travel the world with her, working online as I go and building a profitable business. I still am unsure as to exactly what sort of business but I'm hoping to get some inspiration from places like Indi Hackers along the way. I look forward to hearing more from you all soon.


  108. 1

    Hello everyone, my name is Rex. I am a self taught full stack developer. I have been developing apps for 7+ years. I have worked on a couple of projects. I'm currently working on Web Metric a website analytics platform http://webmetric.ml. I'm hoping that IndieHackers might be a platform that can help me to learn how to effectively deliver my creations to people who need it. Also hoping to share some of my ideas and experience with the community.

  109. 1


    I am Lance, the founder of OwnKicks.com and a sneaker enthusiast. Happy to connect.

  110. 1

    Hi guys, got recommended this site from a comment on Reddit.
    I'm a 50+ year old self taught coder looking to top up my pension. Coding is not my main line of work but I've one (free) app in the Play Store with a few more ideas in development, one of which relates to the business I work in which I use daily but haven't yet released.
    Hoping 2021 will be a profitable year. This site seems just what I've been looking for!

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      What's the name of your app. And what does it do?

      1. 1

        It's just a simple fixture list for my football club that displays itself in a widget on the homescreen. I couldn't scrape the data so created another app to maintain it in Firestore, my users log in anonimously and download the data and it displays in the widget and RecyclerView. To keep it free, I converted my data to Json and I get just 1 hit per user per device. It bends the rules with Firestore but it gives a bit of expansion potential without charges :)

        It contains ads but in all honesty I'll keep it ad free unless I expand it to other clubs.

        I find it handy which is the main reason for completing it.


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          Nice one 👍. If it is useful to you it might help other fans of Glentoran FC as well.

  111. 1

    Hello Indie Hackers!

    I'm a PM at a small tech startup.

    I'm looking to learn through others experiences and hopefully develop the confidence to start my own side-project journey!

  112. 1

    Hey I am M. Huzaifa
    I am from Pakistan. I am having 6+ years of experience in grpahics designing and programming.

  113. 1

    Hello :) I'm very new to this world, and just here to learn really. I have a couple of startup ideas but have zero developer skills, although I do work at a startup so hopefully that helps a little. Looking forward to joining the community!

  114. 1

    I'm Walter from St Louis, founder of ioTransit a company focusing on improving transit technology. I am a solo tech founder building some solutions and learning along the way. As of right now I just launched a demo of a transit trip planner and I am hoping to grow from there.

  115. 1

    Back then there was this nice community called Startup Guild which was so much fun but was discontinued. I find the same effect here.

    Anyone reading this, if you would like to lean Cloud Computing as an absolute beginner, please try our app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=guru.studybuddy.app.cloudcomputingbeginner

    Of course, a good rating and constructive feedback is more than welcome. We put a lot of hard work and love into it.

  116. 1

    Hi all,
    Long time viewer, first time posting. I currently work with helping to scale products for rapidly growing startups.
    Last year I began investigating what prevents good software teams from shipping the right things. After lots of interviews and conversations I have begun to identify a solution, coming soon page here https://www.producthunt.com/upcoming/syncd.
    Hoping to meet with other people in the community that have a shared interest in this space.

    1. 1

      Subscribed on Product Hunt. Good luck!

  117. 1

    Hey everyone!
    Excited to be joining. I'm a SaaS and startup marketer based in Indianapolis. I work with new startups (25+ to-date) to develop their brand and launch the company. Joining here to hopefully contribute and be inspired to start more of my own projects.

        1. 1

          I signed up for the newsletter. Vaguely interested in the propositions on the website.

  118. 1

    Came here to follow a project that I am working with daily. Interested to see what else I will find. Did database programming when I was younger. Back to it now, developing essentially full stack. Still so much to learn.

  119. 1

    I am a software engineer. Love products, design, startups. I am here to build some side business, learn from the community & give help others in any way I could help!!

  120. 1

    Hey everyone!
    I'm a 16 y/o developer and entrepreneur. I've founded a few profitable micro-startups in the past and I currently work on small side projects

    Open to all messages :)

    1. 1

      Few profitable startups, that's rare!

      1. 1

        Yes - 3 to be precise. 2 of them were B2B and had near-zero infrastructure costs. I am really great when it comes to cost cutting . The third one had zero investment but I was able to generate a profit of 250 dollars in one year. Not much but still counts :)

        1. 1

          That's really cool! 20$ monthly is quite a good start!

          We just launched our app. If you like cloud computing please do check it out. Each download and rating helps alot :)


          1. 1

            Cool. Will definitely have a look :)

  121. 1

    Hello hackers!!
    Subash Here. UI/UX guy from India. Here to explore products and stories. Open to collaborate on any projects on the design part. Feel FREE to say hi.

    1. 1

      This comment was deleted 6 days ago.

  122. 1

    Earning is must important part of our life. At blacksattakings you will find your number so go and win this great opportunity

  123. 1

    Hello Everyone,
    I am a game developer and an administrator with 20+years experience. Lately I was more involved with running and administrating an IT company. I was involved with architecture and policy making. But because of the Covid, I dont see a bright future with the company. So I am looking for doing an independent project to keep me involved with what I love and make some money. This is my first day here.

  124. 1

    Hello everyone. I am a ux ui designer turned A Software engineer. Here for the articles 😬 and possible collaboration opportunities. Currently building my infrastructure to start projects with one-click. Happy to be here. Happy 2021 🎊🎉

  125. 1

    Hello everyone, I am an engineer engaged in development, very happy to join you

  126. 1

    Hi all! I’m a Data Scientist/Software Developer working in industry. I love what I do, but have always dreamed of building something myself and am now looking to find a side project i’m passionate about to dedicate my extra time to. Passive income would be a nice outcome, but really, i’ve spent so long on the development side of things that now I just want to start getting more experience on the business side and take on full ownership of something. Awesome to see this community here!

    1. 1

      Richard Brandon's "Screw It Lets Do It" and 37 Signals "Getting Real" come to mind :)

  127. 1

    Hello! I am the founder of Groundwork (www.hellogroundwork.com), a virtual sales software for home improvement contractors. I am not a strict indie hacker (have raised some capital from angels) but bootstrapped the business to 3k MRR using zapier and airtable as our "product".

    My goal is to grow a massive business and sell it but to do so profitably and while maintaining a large share of the equity. I am excited to listen to follow stories in this community and share mine as well.

  128. 1

    Hello all,
    I'm a software developer, love what I do and my job, just working on my side project and looking for ideas/inspiration. This past year has made me realise how much I missed the freedom of working from home. Got a few domains that I'm going to try to turn into something, so we'll see how it all goes!

  129. 1

    Hello :) I am bobertos and I love coding (especially functional programming). I'm a strict engineer, but I'm trying to wear a business hat more often. I would like to be able not to worry about money, quit my job and code stuff for fun (also do parkour).

  130. 1

    Got hooked on the podcast after listening to the Acquired crossover. I've recently picked up coding again for about the 5th time 😀 I've worked at and continue to work at startup companies and recently wanted to get my hands dirty. I'm on a 14 day streak of coding and the idea that I could even supplement my income and one day go it alone is intriguing. I feel like coding will be the key obviously so dedicating myself to it in 2021.

    I've recently finshed up a Udemy course on React and feel good about my progress. I'm just going to keep after this thing until I've got it! Looking forward to reading others stories and getting some ideas in the hopper!

    1. 2

      I couldn't resist asking if you'd like to learn Cloud Computing as a complete beginner because I built an app for that https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=guru.studybuddy.app.cloudcomputingbeginner

      Coding is fun and addictive.

      If you would like to learn Golang (Dropbox and Kubernetes were written using Go), here's a good starting place: https://tour.golang.org/

      Python, just start writing. Learn later.

      Good luck!

      I'm a Java guy ;)

      1. 1

        Thanks, I will take a look! Hopping into the Redux part of the react course I'm taking but will start digging into the backend a bit too. I took a Go course a year or so ago but never put it to practical use any way. I'm definitely starting to get addicted. Looking for my first side project to take on outside of the app I have at work which is definitely a great place to get the firehose.

        1. 1

          Sounds like you're making good ground. May I also interest you in Flutter? If SEO is not a must, flutter is a great and trendy framework https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjxrf2q8roU23XGwz3Km7sQZFTdB996iG

          Good luck!

  131. 1

    Hi all, wow I wasn't expecting so many people to be joining around same time as me.

    A friend introduced me to Indie Hackers and been hooked on the podcasts.
    Recently started reading some of the posts on the site and am even more hooked.

    Felt like I could share some of my stories here and get a few laughs.

    On the hustle side... I am curious to see if I can crack the code on passive income. So far I have published a book but it was HARSH!

    Though I must say, there is no greater feeling than getting paid for something which has your name on it :)

    For now trying to keep it light by writing blog posts on tech topics that interest me and trying to see if anyone would pay for my Pay as much as you want for this free pdf I wrote.

    1. 1

      I highly recommend Jersey B Jenkins for anyone wiring fiction or non fiction. His free YouTube videos are quite good.

  132. 1

    Hello everyone, cliche opener I know!

    I work as a software developer, I love my career but hate my job. I'm just fed up with the corporate grind and the 9-5. Working from home during covid has made me realise how much I dislike being in the office.

    I'm going to can find a way to change that in 2021 and hopefully Indie hackers is the site that will help with that.

  133. 1

    Hello guys,
    I always think that it takes knowledge, smart work, and dedication to make great ideas come to life. I have been helping make great ideas happen for the past few years and now its time to see things entrepreneurial.
    Really happy to join this ecosystem :)

    1. 1

      Nice. Link to blog or website?

  134. 1

    Hi all,

    I'm a lawyer-by-day and a wannabe entrepreneur-by-whenever-I-can-find-time :). I'm working on a small eCommerce project, and the Acquired podcast brought me here. Happy to be joining!


  135. 1

    Hi Everyone,

    I'm Nick and I'm a content marketer who helps SaaS and B2B companies drive new leads through content. I'm joining Indie Hackers to share insights I'm seeing from campaigns and help new founders put together their content strategy.

      1. 1

        Yes, as long as Google organic is a viable channel for your app. What's your app?

          1. 1

            Organic would be a great focus. Detailed how-to content could do nicely. Happy to chat if you'd like to discuss.

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              Let's. ravindranathakila / gmail. Thanks!!

  136. 1

    Hey Everyone,

    Mo here. I'm currently building a tool aimed at helping developers build apps faster, by reducing all the boilerplate/repetitive stuff you have to do over and over and leaving you with the business logic to code. It's low-code for devs who want to go fast.

    I found this community cause I was looking for others on similar entrepreneurial journeys that I can join. Prior to what I'm currently doing, I was always a company man. I spent over a decade working in leadership positions at large tech companies.

    Excited to meet everyone, share insights and see your work.


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      Nice! I do that too but internally. Have you tried Jetbrains MPS and other meta programming approaches?

      1. 1

        No, but if you're up for a quick chat, I'd love to learn a little more about it and show you my alternative and get your thoughts?

        1. 1

          Sure thing. I'm at ravindranathakila / gmail.

  137. 1

    Hi, Im a founder of Buzzbar, the first walk-in disruptive martech hub in Shoreditch, London. Currently remote working in Madeira, PT. From NZ. Live in London generally. Interested in future of business and the collaboration within live/work communities. Building out SaaS solution for SME's to help make the fragmented world of marketing and technology a little similar and accessible for one and all.

  138. 1

    Hi, im Paco maker of wisepath.io, happy to join this beautiful community and learn for all in here.

  139. 1

    Hy Indie Hackers!

    My name its João Antunes and I’m a Portuguese CRM & Marketing Automation Specialist.
    I have been working with multiple CRM and Marketing Automation tools for at least 5 years and counting! I love what i do and i have a lot of experience with it. At my current job i implement this kind of technologies in Portuguese companies from 3 to 50 users inside the platform.

    The main point of why should i be selected it’s because I’m not only a tech guy that likes to implement this things but also a Marketing and Sales expert, i have a degree in Communication and a master degree in Marketing Management.

    I have always loved to code and develop my own app's, so that’s why I’ve entered in this kind of work and started by implementing CRM's and after that i was already doing some API Connections (PHP or Nodejs) with other platforms.

    I've worked with a lot of tools, for exemple: Zoho One (been working daily with all the suite, CRM, SalesIQ, Forms, Campaings, etc), Salesforce (I’m a certified admin), Dynamics 365, Hubspot (certified specialist), Ontraport, Keap, Mailchimp, etc...

    1. 1

      Impressive! Blog or website I can follow?

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        Thats a thing i thougth about doing in the past :P I know a lot of CRM, Automation, Mail, Forms etc.
        I thougt about creating a blog where i could put my ideas and my thoughts about this apps and for what market they would be a good choice... maybe i'll rethink that in the next days :)

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          It would be really helpful! It's a rare skill!

  140. 1

    I'm Libra, and I work in marketing, but I've been thinking about starting my own learning and development venture this year. I am looking forward to learning from everyone here!

      1. 1

        Yes! I'm learning instructional design for the corporate landscape as we speak, and hopefully things go swimmingly so I can dive into EdTech/Edutech once I'm ready.

        1. 1

          Wow, I learned something new from you which is going to be very helpful to me. Instructional Design. Didn't know there was such a thing!

          I'm on LinkedIn if you don't mind connecting: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ravindranathakila/

  141. 1

    Hi! I'm indie game developer.

    I've been creating and publishing several Android games for a year now.(my favorite project). I'm planning to leave game development for a while(maybe) and think making a product of other genres.

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      Downloaded, opened and gave 5* ;)

      Here's mine, if you would like to learn cloud computing as an absolute beginner:


      1. 1

        Thank you!
        I downloaded your app, so I'll study:) Thanks.

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          ❤️ from team behind Guru Vishwa :)

  142. 1

    Hey Indie Hackers,

    I am an entrepreneur who love building SaaS systems. I am here to learn and contribute to the IndieHackers community.

  143. 1

    Hey there 👋 I'm Drago. 28. Living in Germany. Working at a large software company, doing video production for our in-house video team. 🎬

    I joined IH, because I started building a side project, and I find a lot of great resources and opinions here. Plus, I miss the forum communities.

    Later I will be disclosing my side-project, for now you can just find with me on LinkedIn


  144. 1

    Im an entrepreneur in the cannabis industry based in Germany and support founders with an idea!

    Connect via falkaltenhoefer.de

  145. 1


    I am seasoned hotelier by day. looking for likeminded and explore ideas of e commerce business in the Health food industry

  146. 1

    Hello! I'm Dan.

    Not a founder or CEO of anything, just a junior developer trying to learn as much as I can, and hopefully build something that will enable me to have more freedom in my life.

  147. 1

    Hi fellow indie hackers, I'm Aakesh, Founder and CEO at https://www.fild.co.uk. We're on a mission to bring truly unique experiences from hosts around the world, whilst having a positive impact on communities where they grew up. You can follow our journey @fildexperiences on Instagram/Facebook.

    I look forward to taking part in the community and learning from the many successful side hustlers and entrepreneurs :)

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      "Every time you book an experience with us we will donate 25% of the profits to our charity partner, Charity Connect, in Kenya. Charity Connect is a genuine community of vetted charitable initiatives and founders, carrying out incredible grassroots efforts to alleviate hardship in the most vulnerable communities."


    2. 1

      Looks neat. Don't have time to watch but you probably want to change your home page headline to be clearer or the offer.

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        Thank you for the feedback - what part of our value prop is not coming across for you?

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          I think it's intriguing but just too busy to try out. Main headline could be more clear about the proposition.

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            thanks for the feedback!

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      We are offering a free taster online experience on Jan 31st if anyone is interested: https://www.fild.co.uk/a-new-perspective

  148. 1

    Hi guys, I'm an SDR @ ChartMogul https://www.chartmogul.com/ - here to lurk a bit and follow interesting SaaS building journeys. Used to sell CAD software and recently transitioned to B2B SaaS so basically still dipping my toes in startup world :-). Coming from a family of developer, late father was a web developer, brother is a game developer and I do a bit of hacking on the side myself.

    Looking forward to take part of the community :-)

    1. 1

      Do you use Apache Beam or Kafka by any chance? ;)

  149. 1

    Hi, I'm a blogger at www.freedomdesigner.io , and also an active Twitter member at @FreedomDSGNR.

    I discovered the Indie Hackers community through Growth Bites series.

    Can't wait to dive deeper!

  150. 1

    Hi am a programmer and also the CEO of theenaija.com, am here to learn build a good seo for my company (theenaija.com). You are welcome to help me out please as you do so.

  151. 1

    Hi @everyone !
    I'm Georges. Been following IH for a while, without ever creating an account.
    Now that I've sold my first company, I'd like to explore new ways of building.
    I have a passion for tech and I've been building stuff "in the shadows" for quite a while now.
    Glad to join this thriving community !

  152. 1

    Hi team! I'm Chelsea, a NZ-based copywriter and founder of Bloom Lab Copy (bloomlabcopy.com). I love finding new communities for entrepreneurs and service providers so I'm looking forward to getting to know this one :)

  153. 1

    Hey everyone, my name's Ahashan. I am an owner of a website called The Health Wing-Men (yourhealthwingmen.com). My friends and I started this almost a year ago. I joined this community not just to learn how to grow my website, but to also increase my knowledge of Marketing, business, you name it.

    If you guys want to check out our website, please do. It is not where we want it to be at the moment, but any critics/advice will be taken gladly.

  154. 1

    Hi everyone! I hope everyone is safe and sound, I've just joined the community and I really like this place. Also, I've recently launched a SaaS for property management called Rentto.

    All are welcome to take a look and share any thoughts!

    1. 1

      Interesting idea. Who are your competitors? Just curious.

  155. 1

    howdy everyone. non-tech person that is fascinated by this community. just started a newsletter: https://goodquestions.substack.com

    1. 1

      Subscribed. I just learned something from you. That substack is a cool website to publish on.

  156. 1

    Hey all, My name is Hossein. Been coding since age of 12. Was always obsessed with building products. Thinking of build a few side projects and though to share my journey here. It will be an amazing learning experience. Will post a few updates soon.

  157. 1

    Hi, Am Obinna Ani by name am new here

  158. 1

    Hi y'all! I just discovered this community yesterday, and I'm already thinking it's exactly what I've been looking for without realizing it.
    I'm a little worried that I don't have any "big ideas", so my intention for 2021 is to sort that out.
    I'm also a firm believer in taking extremely small first steps to get started, so I'm setting a goal to earn $100 outside of my fulltime job, and we'll see what comes next.
    Wish me luck, and happy 2021 to y'all!

  159. 1

    Worked on startups for years and I'm now at a point where I want o try to identify processes for successful venture building. Looking forward to interact with you all

  160. 1

    Hi Everyone! I keep hearing about this community so I thought it was time to join. Looking forward to checking it out.

  161. 1

    Hey, thrilled to join this fam!

    I've just started out as a Product Designer, also interested in building side-projects, game-dev, entrepreneurship. Hoping to connect and learn from the amazing people in this community.

  162. 1

    Hi guys, amazing to be part of this community.

    I have been listening to the podcast for quite a while.

    I am a front end architect working with a variety of skillet (both front end and backend) for the last 8 years.

    I have spent the last couple of years focusing on Vue js (I am the host of vuemeetup.com), and tailored my expertise in supporting apprentices and junior dev in progressing in their career.

    I had a few business ventures in the last years but nothing huge, and I have a business and economic degree that has massively helped me in many occasion, and give me that extra help when setting up new company or making new sales.

    I will be looking around for people that have good ideas and need a partner and maybe some money to help them take it further.

    If anyone wants to ever have a chat, please feel free to contact me

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    Hi! I was looking for a community like this for ages! So excited to be here! I'm based in Berlin, Germany. I have different ideas and engineering background and what I think I need the most is co-founder(s).
    What way is better to start for someone with multiple ideas: read posts of others looking for co-founders, or post your own ideas first?

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    Hello Rosie,
    It feels great to join just a unique community!
    I am involved in the investment migration industry and I assist individuals and their families to obtain residency or citizenship across the world. I am developing this business to be more accessible to digital nomads and there are a number tax residency programs that good save nomads thousands. I can provide in this regard, while I myself require advice/assistance from the tech savvy so that I can build some nice interactive tools for my website.
    David 😊

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    Hi @rosiesherry I'm here to learn and get inspired from other founders, and in the process turn my idea into a reality soon. I have experience in the higher education and digital marketing domain, and I hope to couple them to make something useful.

  166. 1

    Hey Rosie, I'm here like anyone else - to learn from likeminded business leaders keen to continue to push the boundaries of our own (and collective) limitations.

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    At 50 and in this strange time were life has been pushed indoors, I have found myself thinking home based business and web design. I have the life experience for the business aspect, but not being computer savvy I'm finding the computer stuff difficult. So I guess I've come here for possible future advice.

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    I am e-commerce developer and I develop my own e-commerce website to sell goods now. I don't need clients from there.
    I look forward to chatting with dropshippers / anyone who is interested in e-commerce.

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    I found David Wilfred courtesy of a google search and I am glad I did. After I got hacked, I researched a little and knew although this was something I wanted to get taken care of, I was also a little out of my depth. He is like a ninja; operating behind the scenes to not only restore your website to its former glory but also to help you in the future. David is the man. I hope you do not have the issues I had; but if you do, make sure you seek David Wilfred Help at Digitaltechhacker @ gmail com.

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