March 22, 2020

Welcome, introduce yourself! (Week of Mar 22nd)

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 in 2020.

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.

@csallen also puts out podcast episodes if reading isn't your thing!

Next, get started!

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.

This is just the tip of the iceberg! If you're ever feeling lost or confused, post 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! 🤗

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm Olivia, one of the co-founders and COO of :)

    Contra is a full-service platform for remote and independent workers. Meaning: create a profile, house your portfolio, set up contracts and secure payments, and interact with your custom professional community.

    In 2020 we're hoping to launch the first version of our product, close our seed round, do a whole bunch of hiring, and overall, help people realize their goals of working remotely/independently and on their own terms!

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      Hi Olivia,
      Love the landing page. There's a huge opportunity for a platform of this kind since I have been working remotely myself for over 3 years. So I see the value in it. We did a hackathon this week to hack remote so this totally resonates with some of the problems remote workers face. Would really appreciate some advice from you as I am at the start of my journey of building a platform for entrepreneurs. My biggest struggle is I don't come from a tech background. Would love to know how you built your team. Especially the tech aspect? Also, what's your landing page built on? Wordpress, Wix or ?
      Thanks in advance and wishing you and the team all the best.

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      Hi Olivia, very polished looking landing page! Also love the name, reminds me of one of my favorite NES games. Small feedback here, I think you need to find a way to make it more apparent way up on the landing page the second part to your answer from the FAQ:

      What is Contra ?
      Contra is a new professional community for the independent workforce. It's like LinkedIn, but for independent professionals.

      I didn't completely get what was going on until I read that last line referencing LinkedIN. I thought it was some combination of upwork / freelance marketplace, but then the homepage was talking so much about community that I was a little confusing and the rah rah language fell flat for me as my mind couldn't tether it to anything.

      This line --> "Connect to the first professional platform built for the independent workforce." needs a qualifier that likens it to LinkedIN, as technically it's not the first platform for independent workforce, there's plenty of freelance type sites who can claim that too... When you mentioned LinkedIN the lightbulb went off for me and I thought "Oh neat!" So whether you will or won't want to mention LinkedIN front and center is up to you, but I wanted to let you know that the frame of reference to LinkedIN or equivalent qualifier was key to my understanding it quickly. Hope you can appreciate my humble feedback.

      Best of luck!

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      Hi @oliviahoskin ! I registered on Contra, and I love how it feels and looks.

      I have a question for you. What is the single most important personal trait of successful remote workers in your opinion, and why?

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      Wow, Olivia, great product! Congrats on all the progress you've made. I signed up and will check it out, although my skills don't neatly fit into one of the categories listed on the FAQ.

      One small piece of feedback, it was tedious to add my employment dates, because I had to click back for every month of every year, all the way to my first job's start date.

      Good luck, and if you have any feedback for my project (, I would be very grateful!

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        Thanks so much :)

        Noted and on the backlog now! I will check out Blue Team for sure!

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    Hello, my name is Alexander, I live in Munich, Germany. I am finishing my studies in computer science and building a tool similar to Google Analytics but for offline businesses. The idea is to use computer vision to count unique visitors and collect some demographic information (gender, age group etc).
    That's probably not the best idea to work on during the pandemic but for now I am continuing.

    Always happy to talk and discuss ideas in those times of social isolation :)

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      Ouch yes, tough idea for right now, but no business is built over night. It is an interesting concept though.

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      To count number of unique visitors using Computer Vision, you first have to store data of all the people who entered and then check for every person whether he is new or not ...... This doesn't sound reasonable practically....iykwim

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      During this time of home isolation and many business working from home. What businesses do you believe are going to grow and become more successful?

  3. 4

    Hi Rosie,
    I am a 59 yo woman who has worked in IT in various industries and education since the mid-'80s. I am a self-taught/peer taught. In 2007 I worked solely as an independent web development contractor. From 2009 - 2015 I worked for a small family-owned internet company where I was the IT department and Web Developer. Kinda burnt out in 2015 and after a long break where I relocated to Detroit/Hamtramck MI and renovated and sold a series of homes that I lived in, I own my current small home mortgage-free. Having affordable housing has allowed me to take more satisfying although low paying work. I currently work part-time for my local public library. It is the hardest job that I have ever had but one where I can truly help people.

    I have also learned to grow medical marijuana indoors. I am interested in joining the Indie Hackers community to explore ways that I can merge my IT experience with my passion for indoor cannabis cultivation into a viable retirement career.

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      This comment was deleted 6 months ago.

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    Hi, my name is Josh. I'm from the Birmingham, UK. I've been a software engineer for around 4 years now, but always wanted to build my own product that I sell. I'm commiting to creating an MVP of a product that is fully shipped and able to be purchased online.

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    Hi all,
    my name is Anton, I am interested in developing the scalable projects, demand driven, using some simple technologies to validate the idea and product and build the user community around. Very keen on lean and bootstrapping.

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    Hey Everyone,

    I have started working on my app called Shutterbite since last year. I have been making progress and eventually released it on the google play store. I made this account so I can share my experiences, learn from others, and form connections with passionate people. Excited to finally be apart of this community.

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    My name is Hazem, Egyptian, Started learning front end like 3 months ago then I switched to Python to learn more about AI but I ended up learning back end (Django)

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      Django is great :)

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    Hello everyone! My name is Joe. I live in Houston, Texas. After being the first employee of a successful start-up, I'm hungry to build a product that can make a difference. I don't know what that product is yet, but I'm hoping to find the right problem to solve soon. I'm happy to be here!

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    Hi guys, I’m Ammar. I’m from London in the UK. I have been in the sales industry for a few years. Last year I decided to take steps to transition into the tech industry. I’m going to university to study computer science in Sep.

    I came up with this idea of an online platform that connects organisations with people who want to advertise for them and get paid to do so. Mainly outdoor advertising. If you have free space on your car/bicycle/motorcycle box/property window, you can list it on the platform as a host, and local businesses can connect with you and advertise on your property. I made a landing page and started getting companies and hosts pre-registered, companies mainly.

    I have a small amount of businesses pre-registered. I have got to this stage; unfortunately, I have got tech business block lol on what steps to take next due to covid.

    Now I'm trying to find co-founders and developers to join me on this journey. I'm interested in bootstrapping and merging with others for partnership.

    If you have any advice or questions, please shoot me a message!

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      Hey Ammar, nice one

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        Hi bigcherish, thank you.

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    Hey guys,

    My name is Dave, and I'm a software engineer from Dublin, Ireland.

    I am the founder of, a developer assessment platform. CodeScreen aims to make the technical assessment part of the interview process for developers as real-world as possible, allowing candidates to give the best version of themselves, while also removing the unconscious bias associated with whiteboard challenges, live pair programming, etc.

    We are 100% bootstrapped and have been live since February 2019, with multiple paying customers on board.

    I am currently digital nomading in Marbella, Spain. I was previously based in London, but the not so beautiful weather and high living costs pushed me to the sunny south of Spain!

    Up until a few days ago, I never knew Indie Hackers existed (I must have been sleeping under a rock). It's incredible to see such a large community of peeps building profitable, bootstrapped businesses online.

    Excited to be here!

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      I checked out your app, very cool!

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        Thanks, Michael! Let me know if you need early users for the resume/job finding tool you're building. Happy to give feedback!

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          Thank you so much! Will do!

          Also, I'm trying to follow you back but I dont see anywhere to do so 😭

  11. 2

    Hey there! I am Daniel a Spanish Frontend Developer based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

    I am here to learn from others, share and maybe become an entrepreneur in the near future.

    Please feel free to visit my personal website to learn a little bit more about myself.

    Looking forward to meeting you all.

    1. 1

      Hello Daniel, I looked at your site and at your projects and I really like it! :)

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        Thanks Stjepan ;)

  12. 2

    Namaste 🙏,

    My name is Akshay and I'm a founder of RankLane, a Digital Marketing Agency based in Rajkot, Gujarat, India.

    At RankLane, we have a small team of smart brains that helps the businesses to grow their online presence. At the same time, I create a couple of online products and blogs for passion, experiments and of course revenue.

    I come across this wonderful platform on product hunt, the main goal to join this community is to connect with like-minded people and share ideas, collaborate and work along.

    If you are interested to chat about SEO or digital marketing or bootstrapping feel free to connect with me. :)

  13. 2

    Hi there, Rich here. I joined a few weeks back, but didn't get around to saying hi. I'm a writer and bootstrapper from London, UK. A few years ago I founded Chess Cubs: we used to do in-person chess tuition for kids, but six months back piloted a remote-first online service (now much needed). Hoping to release site this week, but have more than a few cross browser bugs to iron out. Thanks for the great podcasts and info. The shows with @arvidkahl and 1se founder were great; also enjoyed business model discussion with Transistor founder. Looking forward to hearing the rest!

    PS: Any recommendations for simple cross browser testing tools pls? esp. anything freemium. 👇🏾

  14. 2

    If you have ever created something that no one bought, then you know how that felt.

    Yes, that was me 6 years ago.

    Hi, I’m Melvyn from Singapore. You see, I’ve been a trainer and consultant for more than a decade. For many years, I’d get asked to conduct a training on “self-mastery” every year.

    Thinking that if I’d just turn this into an online course, I would not only able to reach more people helping them with “self-mastery” and also it will make perfect business sense for me!

    So I buried my head for the next few months and created this awesome online course on “self-mastery”. Thinking it would be a GREAT success when I launched it.

    But guess what? No one bought. Z.E.R.O.

    Fast forward 4 years later.

    I pre-sold an online course to 20 people. In fact, I did not even have to try very hard to sell them!

    Not only did they pay me upfront for an online course that I haven’t created.

    Now, with all the funds in hand, I was able to invest in the right tools and software to create that awesome course that these people have been waiting for me to create.

    I’m here to take my community building skills to the next level with @8bit and am in the same cohort with Eric (@StayingGeeky).

    Hit me up if you’d like to find out more about how to “Teach to Sell”!

    1. 1

      Hi Melvyn, so inspiring to read your story. Thanks for sharing! Would love to learn more about how to "Teach to Sell."
      P.S. I traveled to Singapore in January, it it's a beautiful country. Hope you say well and healthy.

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        Hey, I'm glad the story inspired you. Thank you for visiting my country. It is beautiful in our ways. :)

        Definitely love to share more about "Teach to Sell"!

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      grateful that you're here and that you haven't quit! building something for yourself can take a long time... but, the lessons we learn are the real take aways! growth is never linear and it's always surprising!

  15. 2

    Salaam, my name is Dr Aamir Rashid, I'm from islamabad Pakistan. I'm a restaurateur running a multi-chain street food brand and an italian restaurant. I'm well aware of the fact that the future of restaurants is in complete digitization . The restaurants who are not operable through a Mobil ,in a couple of years they would be the dinosaurs of the future . I'm here to look for an opportunity to develop a unique digital platform for the food industry in Pakistan. Any ideas and support in this regard is welcome and appreciate .
    Also I'm looking for a business opportunity to harvest in this time of global lockdown .

  16. 2

    Hey I'm Eric Ryan Jones and I've just joined a Cohort with @8bit to learn how to build a community for a growing business my wife and I are trying to start. We are deeply passionate about relationships (professional and personal) and are looking to build a community and products around Temperments. Happy to talk to anyone about how to improve their relationships or understanding yourself!

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      hey friend! glad you're here! this is one of the best places on the planet for building cool new stuff! the community is second to none.

  17. 2

    Hi, my name is Fayez. I live in Canada and two years back I founded the world's first online startup launcher

    Entrepreneurs create posts about their business ideas like they do here, then we provide them with research data to help them figure out the potential in their ideas. I have been improving the platform every step along the way and it's still being improved today.

    I founded it because I have been coming up with business ideas that I thought were great but after thorough research turned out to be horrible. Just wanted to solve this issue and empower us entrepreneurs with data so we can make better decisions.

    Looking forward to meeting you all!

  18. 2

    Hello, my name is Sam. I'm new in everything that is connected with IT, but I want to learn about it. That's why I'm here.

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      Welcome aboard!

  19. 2

    Hi all,
    I'm Eugene, a Ukrainian and software engineer from Singapore. Most of my experience comes from backend development with java\kotlin\go. Currently looking for ideas and inspirations to kick off my next online business. Very excited to join the indie hackers community! Stay safe, wash your hands

    1. 1

      Hi, would follow you on this one!

  20. 2

    Hello Hackers!
    My name is João from the sunny country of Portugal!
    I started my journey in entrepreneurship last year after leaving Deloitte. Started building a SaaS solution to help political parties share and debate their ideas for the country with other parties and with citizens. However I was alone developing the project and I missed the go to market timing which turned to be a failure.
    I joined a startup incubator in Lisbon called Demium and I'm learning step by step everything I should have done previously. But hey, sometimes you have to learn it the hard way and for me that's the way I learn faster. :P
    I have experience with full-stack development in the Java world, but I'm now focusing and learning new technologies to simplify development and implement scalable infrastructures.

    Here are the technologies I'm focusing right now: GatsbyJS, ReactJS, NodeJS backend, GraphQL, Kubernetes.

    I'm consumed by automation and inspired by good engineering. I would like to automate absolutely everything in my next startup and that includes:

    • Billing and Payments
    • CRM
    • Accounting
    • App deployment
    • Server scalability
    • and others
    1. 1

      Great to see you not giving up! What's your next project?

      1. 1

        We are building a SaaS solution to automate Real Estate Agentes tasks and processes in Portugal. Right now we are designing the solution with a partner from a local real estate agency.

  21. 2

    Hey guys, great to be part of a new community! I hope that we can all share knowledge here and learn from each other

  22. 2

    Hello, My name is Chirag J. I am DevOps Engineer and interested in building product or platform with my DevOps and Programming skills, I am passionate about learning AI and ML, want to learn more about AI and ML so it can help improve product.

  23. 2

    Hi All! My name is Edoardo, I am a software engineer passionate about cloud development and I am based in Barcelona. I am co-founder and Tech Lead of Stryke (, a platform that makes it easy and fast to develop and share cloud applications.

    I found Indie Hackers through this great article: and was pleasantly surprised to find a vibrant community.

    My goal for 2020 is to build Stryke’s user base and seek investments to grow the product. Stryke is already functional and being used successfully on a handful of projects. We now need more people to join to be able to take it to the next level. By the way, the platform is open and anyone can sign up. I invite you to do so if you want to give it a shot!

    I would love to connect with anyone here with whom to share insights and learn from.

    Hoping to hear from you soon!

  24. 2

    Hi myself Manisha Gaikwad from kolhapur want create online course for motivation and inspiration but not clarity how to do what to do

  25. 2

    Hi Hackers,

    I’m a Venezuelan/Spanish entrepreneur living between Berlin and Barcelona. I have been growing businesses that have been backed by Rocket Internet, Goldman Sachs, Microsoft Ventures, Axa Ventures and more VCs. I’m an engineer but have been focusing on marketing, business development, product and finding great talent for multiple industries (e-commerce, e-health, AI, fintech and proptech)

    Here is my profile:

    I’m on almost all the social media with the following user name @ManuAlzuru.

    The last 12 months I decided to leave my job and focus on helping DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations) and other products that bring freedom to the world. The products that I have been supporting have been amazing, however, they are just not sustainable yet as I believe we are in very early stages and crypto still not ready for mass adoption so I decided last month to focus instead in creating sustainable businesses that could start producing cash right away and could be very low maintenance.

    I’m looking to get to know more technical partners so we can launch businesses fast let me know if this sounds interesting to you.


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    My name's Erik, and I'm a Norwegian CS student, currently based in Bergen.

    For now, I'm combining my studies with a part-time developer gig, spending more time than I should reading up on "unrelated" stuff.

    Hoping to build my own products in a not-very-distant future.

    Here for inspiration and valuable lessons ;)

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    Thanks for the post.

    Iama late thirties burnout never-was crafting an MVP aiming at a sold lifestyle business--no plan, no partner, no cash, no customer, skills in process, flush with ideas. Ask me anything.

  28. 2

    Hey my name is Matt and I taught myself Python through sololearn, w3schools and YouTube. I’m here to build and contribute in any way I can.

  29. 2

    Hello my name is Michael and I am an aspiring full-stack programmer based out of NYC.

  30. 2

    My name is Andy, from Brazil, I want to be a senior engineer and make a product that helps peoples or business

  31. 2

    Hello everyone, I am Swayam.I am a beginner web developer in MERN stack and an open-source enthusiast. Happy to join this community.

  32. 2

    Hello all!

    I'm a young developer from Estonia looking for startup inspiration in the indie hackers scene. Currently in the middle of building my own consulting firm to provide kick-ass technological solutions for people with great ideas. If you have some ideas then maybe we can bring them to life.

    Interested in ML, web applications and their architecture, team management and boxing.

    Let's talk!

  33. 2

    Hi, I'm Simon from Munich, Germany. I am an entrepreneur, currently building software for investors in the VC sector, meaning a CRM/SRM tool as well as a pitch deck parsing application. Apart from that, I'm trying to run some smaller side projects, which is not always easy taking into account the workload of a co-founder and CTO.
    I'm here because I am a long time listener of the podcast and also have been lurking around for quite some time now as well. As I'm trying to grow as an entrepreneur and maker, and I'm looking to launch some more products as an indiehacker I decided to join the community.

    I am looking forward to connecting with people and getting feedback, growing and hopefully launching products together.

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      Hey, fellow Munich resident

  34. 2

    Hey, My name is Alisa. I am a young entrepreneur based in Egypt, Russia, and Austria. My partners and I started a successful magazine, working both online and offline and am trying to find ways to improve our website's interface, as well as create an app. Other than that I am eager to start another business, preferably online and am looking forward to connecting with new people and supporting each other.

  35. 2

    Hi, I'm Tiffany from Indonesia. I recently left my first startup in edu-tech, and hoping to brainstorm for, test for good ideas that can be poured into my next startup.

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      Hey Tiffany, My name is Alisa. I just joined the platform and am also searching for new ideas for a startup. Other than that my partners and I founded a magazine working both online and offline and am trying to find ways to improve our website's interface, as well as creating an app. I am looking forward to connecting with you. Have a great day.

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        Nice knowing you Alisa! What is the name of your magazine?

  36. 2

    Hi, I am Gorkem. I am a mobile-developer and I am looking for people whom I can collaborate with.

  37. 2

    Hi, I am Mars. I like to study an learn many new technology trends.

  38. 2

    Hey, Alex from UK here. Im an event tech without any events to tech so me and a few friends have started learning web stuff and have created an free online chat thats started kicking off. Really need help keeping this project alive.

    1. 1

      It's a really tough time for events :(

      What's the online chat that you've built?

      1. 1

        Its a multi person video chat based on Jitsi. Getting alot of love so trying to get some help keeping it alive!

  39. 2

    Hi, nisse from Sweden here. Im currently running some dropshipping stores.
    Indie hackers looks like a cool place, had to signup to check it out! :)

  40. 2

    Hello guys, Charles here. I am the founder of Titan Market. Our platform enables SMEs in Africa to create dedicated e-commerce stores! I'm glad to be here :)

  41. 2

    Rosie, this is an amazing platform!

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      Thank you! I hope you continue to see the amazing-ness by hanging around! :)

  42. 1

    Hey everyone,

    I am Siddharth. I am a freelance QA Engineer for last 5 years. overall I have 10 years of experience working in Software QA & Testing industry. I have worked with some MNC companies. These days I am learning Javascript and wanted to build some product on my own - without hiring any developer. I am not behind success at all but I want to experience this journey. Let's see how it goes.

    I am here to know about people's innovative ideas, to know about their journeys, and learn from their experiences.

    All the best all of you.

  43. 1

    Hi guys, I am a high school student in China, I want to learn everything about hacking, but since I know too little now, I hope someone can teach me about hacking Hacker, thank you.

  44. 1

    Hey Rosie :)

    Keen to explore here, looks like a cool place..

  45. 1

    Hi folks.
    My name is Dylan, I am a software developer from Seoul, South Korea. I have 4 years of software development experience and currently working hard to be my own boss.
    So glad to join this community and I look forward to learning a lot from you guys.

  46. 1

    Hi everyone,

    I am a part time and intermediate python developer using pure python and django for web projects.

    So far, I have only worked on personal projects that solves personal problems for I and maybe a few friends on request.

    I want to be more open now and do something that I can offer as a service and earn money, while still enjoying myself.

    Thanks for the platform and am hoping to be among the people that adds value to the world with this platform

  47. 1

    Hi everyone, I'm Ben.

    Right now I don't have any indiehacker projects on the itinerary, but it's my goal to change that sooner rather than later! I'm currently studying software development, with the ultimate goal of creating (and hopefully monetizing) some projects of my own. I have past experience as a content marketer and am an evangelical for remote work.

    I love no code tools, but have decided to pursue software development b.c:

    1. you get way more flexibility with what you can make
    2. you can earn good money (remotely!) while you're side hustling your personal project into existence
    3. it's fun! 🤓

    I'm looking forward to getting more involved in the indie hacker space and seeing everyone's great bootstrapped ideas!

  48. 1

    Hi, I'm from London interested in building online platform for connecting peoples. I work in bank as senior manager, I'm learning full stack development online and want to try out my learning as side project.

  49. 1

    Hi all, I'm Jethro from South Africa. I built a free invoicing platform in 2012,, that just would not die no matter how much I ignored it. I'm now focusing on the project, building new features and monetising it. I've been told, "the world doesn't need another invoicing platform, you're wasting your talent!". And to be honest, that kind of feedback did erode my confidence. However, my users give me positive feedback, sticking with the platform for years at a time.

    My goal is to fully support myself and rebuild the whole platform into a truly competitive product while sticking to certain core values - simplicity and affordability.

    I have about 26 paid users after two months of launching upgrades. Some early, some monthly. First achievement unlocked: the system is paying for itself and giving me some pocket money.

  50. 1

    I'm Michael, a JS developer from Chicago.
    I've been working on JS development, UX, and business development skills over the last 15 years. These disciplines have all finally come together, which allow me to tackle my passion for business with all hands on deck!

    This year (2020), I've decided to put my efforts into a new venture... R2.
    R2 is a practical way for people to update their resumes and find jobs, but leaving all the headaches in past.
    Such as: worrying about font types and styles, correct formatting, proper verbiage, misplaced information, wrong dates, managing contact of recruiters, updating linkedIn, the list goes on....

    Applying for jobs can be a stressful experience over-all and I hope to remedy this in a new way.
    Updating your career should be as easy as updating your facebook status and that is what I want to tackle this year while building R2!

  51. 1

    Hi! I am Digvijay, 15 year old developer. It's been almost an year since I am coding in different landuages, and about 6 months since started loving web dev. I am coding a couple of web projects for now and building my portfolio. I am hyper active for freelance web development work and job opportunties.

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      Super awesome to see this! Im a 30yr old JS dev from Chicago. I'd love to see some of your projects!

      1. 1

        Actually I did a mistake of starting web dev with an incredibly difficult and humongous project. Initially, developing that project was the sole purpose of me learning web development.

  52. 1

    Song upload

  53. 1

    Hi everyone,
    I'm Edoardo I’m working on holiday planner app called Feriapp . The app tells you when to take days off in order to maximize the length of your vacation. Moreover, in the app, you can book the cheapest flights for those periods.

    I'm looking for suggestion :)


  54. 1

    Thank you, feeling grateful!

  55. 1

    Hi y'all,

    I'm Michael, a full-stack software engineer currently based in Austin, TX. I'm joining with the hopes of learning how to turn one of my ideas into a profitable side project. My goal for 2020 is to get at least one project off the ground and generating MRR.

    Glad to be a part of this community!

  56. 1

    olá , meu nome é Garibaldino , sou angolano não falo nenhuma outro idioma para alem do português, porem pretendo aprender a desenvolver para garantir uma fonte de recita e dar o meu máximo para ajudar a COMUNIDADE A CRESCER.

  57. 1

    Hi, I am Kishan. I am building web apps for remote professional under the umbrella of I have one app live at the moment. It's called coffee (virtual coffee for professionals)

  58. 1

    glad to be here. I am a data-scientist, used to be a researcher. I would like to explore the alternative to a classic job in a company. I have a personal website at but i guess it takes more than that to land the first contracts... Looking forward to trying out this platform

    1. 1

      Would love to knowledge swap with you, Im a developer as well!

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    I am Chander. I am a corporate innovator. I mentor startups and innovation teams on lean innovation methodologies on vision validation, customer development, product development, problem-solution fit. solution market fit.

    In addition, I am on working on few of my own ideas :-)

  60. 1

    Hi Rosie, want to build an app for agriculture products in remote areas of Pakistan with no code.

    1. 1

      cool idea. do you have any ideas of what tools you'd want to use for this?

  61. 1

    Hey Rosie, and everyone, im from Costa Rica, major in business, marketing and a programer, I'm the cofounder of Auty (RPA platform) and I've been developing business for over 10 years. Got to this website from a video tutorial in YouTube, read some forums and loved it. For this year we are hoping to go live in the next few weeks, we already have some big potential customers.

  62. 1

    I'm full mean stack developer,

  63. 1

    Hello everyone,

    I'm Ilham, I live in Bandung, Indonesia. I started learning web front end like 4 years but currently still learning how Javascript works. I also sometimes talk about backend stuff. I hope that we can all share knowledge here and learn from each other. in 2020 I want to build some side projects with you guys. That's why I'm here

    Sorry for my bad English :)

  64. 1

    Hello People
    I am Ernesto , I am a mechatronics engineer , That has been learning everything web development for the past year ,my main language is python ,I freelance and have consistently been working on some innovative side projects . My main goal for 2020 is to solve a hard problem and scale the solution to as many people possible.

  65. 1

    Hi, I'm Max. I am a high school student interested in everything tech-related. I program mainly with python, do lots of web dev, and am learning cyber-security. Mostly self-taught. I'm here to learn and be more integrated with the tech and dev community.

  66. 1

    Hi everyone!

    My name is Kush, I'm finishing up my senior year at Harvard studying computer science.

    My goal is to have built something that generates $1000/month in revenue by the end of the year. The money is a marker rather than a goal, as my purpose in setting this goal is in learning how to go from no idea to an idea, go from idea to tinkering project, go from tinkering project to serious commercial endeavor, getting the first outside dollar in from a customer, and how to scale up to a reasonable extent from there.

    I'm posting publicly to the forum as an accountability measure for me - the same reason I'm using my real identity. The (self-inflicted) social pressure of showing my friends this post and having them know my goal means that I'll make this a reality.

  67. 1

    Hi guys!

    I'm Alican, founder of

    LindyFeed is a modern library. It is an online platform where people can discover all sorts of great resources - like books, videos, podcasts, articles, etc - and the creators of these resources on the topics they are interested in.

    I've discovered IndieHackers very recently, loved the idea and its community and wanted to be a part of it :)

    My goal in 2020 is to discover our product/market fit, learn more about growing a business and building a community of great learners around it.

  68. 1

    Hi Everyone!

    I’m Hanna, Head of Marketing at Lustre (

    We’re building a free AI-powered shopping tool that helps people find the best products and prices effortlessly, so they can stop wasting time searching.

    It basically does the research for you – think scouring through the internet for every product info, expert comparisons, reviews, and price changes – except our engine goes through 40M+ instantly to generate a personalized recommendation.

    I’m just getting started and look forward to exchanging growth ideas and feedback with you!

  69. 1

    Hi, Stjepan here from Croatia.

    I'm remote software developer and I like people who are trying to create something and make positive change in their communities.

    I'm really happy to be here. Remote work can be lonely sometimes, but it feels like I finally found where people who I like hang out and share theirs stories.

    Looking forward to be part of this community. :)

  70. 1

    i am a guy in need of mentoring on how to make legitimate income online presently i have a website of mine newly hosted

  71. 1

    Hello for everybody! My name is Roman, i am founder of networking app.

  72. 1

    Does any have experience buying a business? I have a opportunity to buy onto a fabrication company. They have some impressive client and we would have a year and a half to payback the purchase price.

  73. 1

    Hi, my name is Sythe! I'm a developer from the Netherlands who listens to the podcast for a while. I came across some topics while googling some questions I had and thought it would be a good thing to sign up!

    Looking forward to learning from you and share my own experiences as well!

  74. 1

    hey! my name is Alex! I currently live in Okinawa, Japan! I'm studying for my Masters in International Relations, but technology has a special place in my heart. decided to self-learn all this. I dont have any over-arching goals: I know I find IoT interesting and AI. I also feel like I'd love Data Science. currently learning JS. more focused on full-stack type stuff, but I know JS is super fluid in how it can be applied, so I kind of stopped looking at Python

    tl;dr: idk what Im doing, but I know I want to give this a shot

  75. 1

    Hello, my name is Evgeniy, I live in Taganrog, Russia. Currently I am working at South Federal University as a hardware developer. Since 2017 studying data analytics and machine learning by various online courses (R/Python developer). Studied contemporary art in 2018-2019. Making projects in scienceart. If you have some problems in the field of data science or data visualization - call me.) Stay healthy!

  76. 1

    Hi, my name is Chris, living in Cape Town (South Africa) but originally from The Netherlands.
    With these crazy corona times, I wanted to have something to keep me busy outside my work as a developer.
    And started to share a daily development tip for the community.
    Looking forward to reading more about growing audience, more engagement and overall make this a success.

  77. 1

    Hello everyone. My name is Corey and I'm currently learning JavaScript. My plan is to build a Foursquare type app in the health and fitness space. I look forward to discussing ideas and brainstorming.

  78. 1

    Hi I am Willo,
    I am studying Entrepreneurship foundations and mindset and university.
    I would value your opinions throughout my study.

  79. 1

    Nice to meet everyone's here

  80. 1

    Hi, I'm Elizabeth and I'm a business student in London, Canada.

    I have a background in the digital marketing field and I'm planning to leverage this along with my passion for self help/mental health to build an online business in the blogging and info product space. The idea is a blog for actively learning about mental health that's monetized with paid ads and affiliate marketing.

    I'm hoping to find a community of others working in the mental health, affiliate marketing blogging and info product space because I don't know anyone doing it!

  81. 1

    Hey everyone! My name is David, and I'm very new to the blog-for-business game. I live in Auckland, New Zealand - where we've just gone into full-scale lockdown as a country, and as a result, I don't have any more excuses for not starting on the journey of growing my startups 🤭. I left my corporate development job 6 months ago now, to try and "launch and learn" and it's been really fun! Currently, I'm working with the founder of an NZ based receipt OCR startup and we're two like-minded individuals who are using the successes of that platform to try and innovate and launch our other wack ideas like ... I don't know what 2020 has in store for us, but I know I'm going to learn heaps from like-minded indie hackers!! Kia ora! 😀

  82. 1

    Hi everyone. I'm a junior in college and a fullstack engineer. I've had a Eureka moment and have thought of a finance app that is much needed in a niche community. Very excited to start my journey and share it with you all :)

  83. 1

    Hello, my name is Ronald Castillo. I live in Los Angeles, CA. I joined IH because I have been interested in starting a business and thought this would be a great place to gain valuable information. I have multiple ideas but the most recent one is:

    If you have any feedback please let me know. Look forward to engaging and learning from all of you. Hope you are all safe and take care.

  84. 1

    gostei estou aprendendo ainda

  85. 1

    Hello, I am Jason and live in the US Michigan. I left the company I worked for with another to startup a new service. At my former company, I conceived, planned, developed and deployed a scaleable service to Nike, Google, Costco, and to smaller less knowns. Our new service has been created and deployed a demo. I am stuck trying to make my next move.

  86. 1

    Hi, I'm Daniel. Currently based in London, UK and I've worked within the financial market space as a software developer for almost five years now (mostly server-side C++ and Python in front office, risk and exchange connectivity)

    My interest in Indie Hackers was piqued after reading the comments section on HN for a post about the one-man band behind listennotes.

    I would someday love to have my own business or join as a partner/co-founder for a start-up. I'm slowly dying inside from the (mostly artificial) pressures of the corporate world and I need a way out to exercise my imagination, drive and entrepreneurship.

    Looking forward to seeing everyone's progress and garnering continual inspiration from your efforts. Glad to meet everyone and I hope you're all well amidst this COVID-19 fiasco/nightmare.

  87. 1

    Hi, my name is Vishesh. I am pursuing ug course in computer science. Currently i am learning full stack (MERN) and wanted to build a real project (web app) to showcase my work for freelancing or else.
    I do some competitive programming as well. Always wanted to build saas startup and fascinated about new ideas for better world...

  88. 1

    Hey! Fellow software engineer from Portugal, testing the waters of indie hackers :)

  89. 1

    I am a full stack developer looking to fill the void (after office hours)

  90. 1

    "Hello World"

    My name is Vince, currently live in Menlo Park, CA!

    I currently work at Facebook and own my own events management company with 2 other partners.

    Our current projects:
    -Building a website (Using about esport team collaboration
    -Partnered with a local college to host an esports camp
    -Consulting with local business on how to advertise on Facebook products when the COVID virus is over

    Please reach out, I am open to talk about projects that are looking to build communities.

  91. 1

    Hello, My name is Michel Sliwa, I own and am specialized in Microsoft SqlServer and mobile applications with Xamarin or MVC. My experience is +18 years. I built my own products and sometimes I work freelance. I live in Tennessee, USA.

  92. 1

    Hi everyone,
    I'm a full-time developer based in NYC and I'm looking to start working on a side project that hopefully becomes my main focus in the future. I'm hoping to become a part of this community to share my thoughts, opinions, and also to seek advice from other members of the site as I start my journey. In the near future, expect to see a few posts from me going into more detail about some of the ideas I'm considering working on.

  93. 1

    Hello, my name is Alex. I'm from Kyiv, Ukraine. I'm JavaScript and Java developer, a freelancer. I'm creating a visual development tool for Web applications with React - Webcodesk Now I have an idea to sell bundles of enterprise-level React components with my tool inside. I'm looking for partners, sponsors and anyone who can help me to develop my idea.

  94. 1

    Hi all, my name is Emmanuel, I created a conversational bot - Berlinebot - to didcourage infatuation. Https://

  95. 1

    Hi everyone,

    I’m Trong Binh Han, a front-end developer. I’m finding some communities where everyone discusses about products, tech and development.

    Hoping to join at least one project here.

  96. 1

    Hi, My name is mathews. I'm a CS master Grad, looking for a job. Interested in Tech & Gadgets.
    Hoping to learn more about CS & its core concepts to do research on emerging tech

  97. 1

    Hello everyone, my name is Max, I live in San Antonio, TX. I'm a beginner who started to learn to code in January of this year after my "brick and mortar" business did not work. I'm an entrepreneur who's diving into the world of programming with tons of ideas. Hoping to connect with like-minded ppl, and god knows where things will go from there :-).

  98. 1

    Hello, My name is Mohammad, I live in Cairo, Egypt. I've studied computer science Engineering,
    i'm about to start my career.

  99. 1

    Hello, my name is Fabricio, I am Brazilian and I live in São Paulo. I started learning programming about a year ago and was hired in my first two jobs. Today, I found myself in a still place, procrastinating a lot, with tons of resources to consume, projects to build, but I just can't start doing anything. To fight this, I decided to meet people from all over the world, looking for friendship, people to share my knowledge and, mainly, find a mentor.

    Thankxs for the reception, I loved the website. Sorry for my bad English.

  100. 1

    Hi! Thanks for all this! Nice to meet you :) I'm here to find someone to help develop an app.

  101. 1

    Hello, I'm Youness, a developer, I live in morocco and work for a creative agency, I've done many things in many different platforms ( mobile, web, IoT, and desktop ) but I always find myself lost when it comes to what I really wanna do, so I'm here to get inspired, to help when I can and to join the community, happy to be here :D

  102. 1

    Hello everyone, my name is Andrew, and I live in NYC and am the CEO of We are a Photography-As-A-Service company serving marketplaces that need 100s of photoshoots per month in 100s of different cities. We are self-funded, profitable, with $100k in bookings.

    For the past 11 years, I've been a do-everything Growtch Hacker whose sold multiple busineses with $10M in online ad spend under my belt.

    I'm looking to find an equally scrappy technical lead to help scale our business.

    I love sharing insights/tips/tricks with fellow creators and can't wait to meet the community.

  103. 1

    Howdy! My name is Yanni Hufnagel and I am the Founder & CEO of Lemon Perfect, a naturally refreshing, zero sugar cold-pressed lemon water with essential antioxidants and hydrating electrolytes.

    Lemon Perfect’s mission is to democratize drinkable wellness by making Lemon Perfect accessible for anyone, anytime, anywhere. That's exactly what I'm working towards.

    Athletes take such care to put only the best ingredients in their bodies; why would we sell sports drinks that are filled with sugars if that's the case? I believe in making the best, most nutritious sports drink available on the market and i think Lemon Perfect can be that product.

    Before starting Lemon Perfect, I had the good fortune of serving as an assistant men’s college basketball coach at Nevada, California, Vanderbilt, Harvard, and Oklahoma. In my 10 years coaching college basketball, I was lucky enough to reach the NCAA Tournament six times. It was truly a dream come true.

  104. 1

    Hi Rosie,

    My name is Shae Hong and I am the CEO, Chairman, and co-founder of Sensio, Inc., which is now known as Made By Gather. I have extensive experience in business development, consumer products, and merchandising and used that to build Sensio Inc. into the company it is today.

    I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business from the University of Washington and I am a big believer in building community. I started Sensio Inc. with the simple idea of making products that will help people come together around the most communal space in our homes, the kitchen table.

    In light of recent events, though we can't gather with our friends around a table and share a meal, we are still able to share that space with our roommates, partners, and families. This is the beauty of our company mission statement; that even in times of challenge we still gather around the table and share a cup of coffee or a meal.

  105. 1

    Hey Rosie, I'm hoping to find someone to evaluate or collaborate to improve my rough MVP which is here:

  106. 1

    Hi, My name is Bhavya. I live in Vancouver and run - a tool to get client feedback and internal tasks in one place for digital content - read websites, e-learning courses, webapps, videos, images, PDF etc.
    I have found a good success in the teams building elearning building and growing the product solo- bootstrapped. I would love to meet with other founders here and learn and share.

  107. 1

    Hello! My name is Deana, and I live in upstate NY. I am the co-founder of Allcall ( a marketplace for travel itineraries. We've been in market since December, and have learned a lot! On the pro side, we've built the foundations for a great community - our social media and regular emails are very well received! On the challenge side, we know the product experience isn't as amazing as it can be. So based on customer feedback, we're making a plan for version 2 of the site, which is more geared towards providing utility for travelers in all phases of dreaming/planning, and less about rigid curation. Our main focus right now is i) finding a technical lead and ii) recruiting a beta testing group. I'm excited to be in this community and learning from all you smart & passionate people!

  108. 1

    Hello, Satyajit here from Ahmedabad, India. Working on a one package solution for the construction industry. Looking forward to fruitful, friendly & joyful conversations here.

    Open to every aspect, partner-up & collaboration. Profit & Non-Profit both.

  109. 1

    Hey guys, I'm Pierre-Luc from Québec, Canada! I've been working for about 15 years in software development mostly c#! For the last 5 years I've been working with new tech businesses which simply opened my eyes! I'm now looking to help middle-class community by using my software development knowledge.

  110. 1

    My name is Jack Plotkin. I am a Harvard graduate and the CEO of Cardinal Solutions, an advisory and investment firm based in New York City that focuses on companies that care deeply about their social impact. I have advised more than a hundred Fortune 500 firms across virtually all major industries and I am a key contributor to VirtualHealth, as well as a leader in enterprise healthcare technology.

    I have been advocating for telehealth and virtual technology implementation for years and seeing as we currently find ourselves in the midst of a global pandemic, I am focusing on pushing this agenda further.

    I would love to share my ideas with you wonderful people here, and would love to hear your amazing ideas, as well!

    Stay safe out there.

    • Jack Plotkin
  111. 1

    Hello Rossie, my name is Mateus, currently I live in Brazil and I am a UX Designer, I am looking to add more knowledge to who knows in the near future I can stop selling my work time and have more hours in the day to enjoy my daughter.

  112. 1

    Hey, I'm Damian, based in Bournemouth on the southern end of the UK. I've run a business for the last 12 years and have around 20 years experience in UX. I help people to solve issues with low user adoption or poor user engagement.

    I'm here because I have a few ideas that I know I can't do alone. 12 years running a business is a long time, now I need a new passion project. Whether that's taking my own ideas, or helping shape someone else's, I'm not sure. That's what I'm here to discover.

    Really happy to chat through anything with anyone. Looking forward to making some great connections.

  113. 1

    Hi Rosie & Indie Hackers!

    I'm Rob, a cybersecurity professional 🔐 from NY, New York 🗽.

    Last month I launched, a cybersecurity talent 👨‍💻👩‍💻 marketplace for fintech 🏦 and digital health 🏥 startups.

    It's super early, so any feedback and advice would be most welcome! Thank you for letting me be part of this community 🙏🙏🙏

  114. 1

    Hey guys I'm Kamal, Python developer and Linux systems engineer. Looking to build products for programmers to help facilitate development and streamline workflows. Great to be here, don't hesitate to drop me msg if you need advice on sys administration / architecture or python development.

  115. 1

    Hello, i am Omer. I live in Sofia, Bulgaria and i am an Aircraft Engineer and Quality Auditor. I started to learn coding with C# and then python. Currently, focusing on Computer Vision- Object detection and DL, ML. Planning to launch SaaS and UAV company.

    Thats it :) willing to discuss ideas and to listen experiences...

  116. 1

    I'm Peder, a Santa Cruz Californian living in Vienna, Austria. I'm the founder of Kids Save Ocean and FateChanger, a hipster youth-centric app that connects learning to environmental activism. The goal: give kids a voice in the world to change environmental policy. See to test the beta iOS.

    Also building a sustainability project accelerator with Hack4Impact. Have connections to the European Commission and UN. My work with kids has been personally recognised by 20 world leaders. Planning to return to Santa Cruz for a year starting this summer.

    I'm looking for a cofounder. Are you out there? Let's help kids take back the future.

  117. 1

    Hi All,

    Ari Bencuya here COO at a mobile app company called Impressions. We're aiming to be the largest deepfake mobile app in the world (set the goals big right!)

    Pleasure to meet you all!

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    Hi everyone,

    Hope you're all doing well! Alexandra Cote here. SaaS Content Strategist and Remote Work Advocate with a passion for helping people stay mentally sane at work.

    Super excited to be a part of this community as I'm always up-to-date with the latest tech and tools.

    Feel free to connect with me!

  119. 1

    Hello! My name is Izabela and I live in Brazil, São Paulo, work at AB-InBev(Ambev) as a Data Scientist and I’m the co founder of the WiMLDS chapter São Paulo! This year I hope to acquire as much knowledge as I can on DS to help even more my company to relate to its clients!

  120. 1

    Hello, I am Kuzi, I am from Zimbabwe. I just came back from the first world and am at the moment trying to develop and deploy the applications that I witnessed overseas. It is a little bit tricky though, the environment that I am trying to introduce the technologies on is still backward and not-up-to-date. Ignorance is an extremely great hurdle. Any suggestions of how I can overcome this.

  121. 1

    I'm happy to have the opportunity to find this community.

    I'm from Sweden, Stockholm and I'm in the middle of a programming course for a Fullstack developer that will ends in August.
    I'm here to bond with other great developers to learn cool and interest tech. Because I love technology I decided to take the step and dive into coding and totally change my work career, still going strong and I really love it.

    I will have some ending projects that I will have to create by myself and later I would like to have your opinion and feedback from what you guys thinks and other ideas that might be suitable for my projects.

    See you around and looking forward to connecting with you! :)

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    👋 Hey folks,

    Glad to have found this community and be on-board. A developer since forever interested in personal growth and entrepreneurship.

    2020 is the year to get that saas product mvp shipped and take the first step away from employment.

    Take care 🤗

  123. 1

    Hi, My name is Ahsan, i am doing Bachelors in Economics. Recently i have started learning Python for data science. During that journey I also feel like I have some interest in Frond end web development too. Looking forward to meet new amazing people.

  124. 1

    Hello World, my name is Evgeny Kim, I live in LA, California. Originally came from Saint Petersburg, Russia. I'm a Test Engineer and a Co-Founder of Test Pro bootcamp. I'm looking to start a new project and looking for great engineers to team up with . I'm pretty good in sales and organizing stuff in Agile env. My goal in 2020 to make in revenue $2mln.

  125. 1

    Hello, My name is Priyank Sharma. I am FullStack Developer and interested in building product or platform with my Programming skills, I am passionate about learning AI and ML, want to learn more about AI and ML so it can help improve product. I want to start working in freelance so if anyone have any advice then do ping me?

  126. 1

    Hello everyone! I am a broke college graduate building things. My most recent endeavor is, a social network for helping you find people to share your subscription services with. It's like a tinder without the chill!!

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    Hi, I am Avi. I run an early-stage startup advisory by the name Nonlinear(.in) I have developed a card-based (physical) game on Design Thinking. I use this game for conducting workshops on problem-solving, ideation and teaching design thinking in general. This game is accepted well not only with startup founders but also with large multi-national product companies. I am here to find support to productize this game. Besides, I can be of help to people who are looking for some mindshare in the domain of entrepreneurship and innovation.

  128. 1

    Hello, my name is Ray and I'm a Full Stack Dev from Canada. Looking to learn more about this community and start my own side project for profit. I'm familiar with React, Express and AWS serverless architecture. Feel free to reach out if anyone wants to build something!

  129. 1

    Hello Rosie Nice Too Meet Here?

  130. 1

    I'm Karim, French-Lebanese, working as product engineer for Kalshi, an SF fintech startup looking to make financial markets more accessible and intuitive by offering event-based financial products, for example "Will Brexit happen by the end of the year?". Pending designation as a contract market by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Kalshi intends to launch later this year. Always happy to hear feedback and answer any questions!

  131. 1

    Hi everyone! I'm Michele and I'm a computer science student (almost at the end of his studies). I'm looking for ideas and inspiration to start some interesting side project that has the potential to become a business. I'm currently refining my frontend skills and learning design and this is a great opportunity to put them in practice!

  132. 1

    Hello, my name is Meet, I live in Iowa USA. I am working as a Business Analyst in the Finance industry. I have started learning Python programming language. The company I work at uses C#, Angular, .net Should I continue learning Python or learn C# ? Nees some guidance.


  133. 1

    Hi Sherry!

    I'm a freelance Python developer and working to better my skills. I'm currently building websites for people as well as an RDMS for a manufacturing company. Ultimately I'd like to start a SaaS business, perhaps with a few collaborators. Overall I'd like to always keep learning and expanding my skill-set. Happy to be a part of the community!

  134. 1

    Hello I am Sijan. I live in Japan and I am studying computer engineering at UBC , Canada. Right now I am back home due to the pandemic. I aspire to become a successful businesswoman one day launching my own apps and websites. Mostly I tend to jot down my ideas in diary. I am here to connect with people , learn and share my ideas.

  135. 1

    Hi Rosie,

    My name is Sean Tissue and I am an entrepreneur and residential real estate investor based in Detroit, Michigan. My company, Centureon Investments, is a real estate investment platform that helps investors across the world maximize the value of their investment portfolio. My work focuses on new construction including build to rent, single-family and multi-family properties.

    Centureon Investments lets investors buy U.S. property like they would stocks, mutual funds, or 401ks. They have a passion not just for real estate, but for building relationships with their clients, ensuring the success of their investments through thick and thin.

    Our clients also have access to Centureon's network of professionals. That includes CPAs, contractors, and business experts who can answer in-depth questions and provide top-notch service. They also offer diverse investment options in Detroit and throughout the Midwest and Southeastern U.S.

    My business is focused on the customer and we do everything we can to make the customer feel as cared for as possible.

    My focus here is to meet like-minded professionals who can help me expand my mind and grow my professional expertise. If they are open to it, I am also looking for people who think I might have something to offer. Whatever it is, I think relationships and communication are the foundation of success and I am here to foster communication with people who are open to it.

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    My name is Tawfik , Tunisia, i'm in a learning quest basically in SW domain (web app, python, Go..) i still dont have a clear where i should dive deeper in order to profit from it so that's why i'm thinking to join this community in order to maybe get inspired to do a project that i can learn and earn from it.

  137. 1

    Hello, My name is Hudson and I work in Automobile Industry with esxposure to cars, SUV, Vans & Trucks. I am looking forward to partner up and start my own venture

  138. 1

    Hi, my name is Bünyamin and living in Turkey as a doctor. I saw your website on Youtube channel named Ali Abdaal who is a doctor too. I have been thinking about creating a mobile game lately and I had actually lost my interest because I couldn’t find any game developers to help me but now with the latest video of Ali that I’ve wactched, brought me here and put the lights back on inside me. I’ve always intersted in machine learning and coding. Everything begins now with you guys!

  139. 1

    Hi! My name is James Quick and I consider myself to be a Developer, Speaker, and Teacher. I've been doing those things professionally for about 7 years now. I spent a lot of time creating content and am trying to continue to grow that as a side business. I also love thinking of new applications to build to solve real-world problems.

  140. 1

    Hi Thomas here, I have a couple of businesses, one that is purely online, as for the other two I am trying to make them generate ongoing leads and growth through online marketing, more specifically SEO (Yoast) and content marketing (using social media to promote the content). I am very upbeat about joining Indie Hackers, it is clear that there is a lot of sharing and knowledge going around.

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    Hi, my name is Dusan, I am from Serbia. I am a Front-end Developer, passionate about creating great experiences on the web! I am an open-minded, hard-working, dedicated young professional focused on adopting new knowledge and problem-solving. I like to get my hands dirty and to try to code things by hand with as little code as possible.

  142. 1

    Hello Rosie Sherry

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    My Name is Jeff and I am a 45 year young unemployed IT Professional. I have probably touched on all aspects of IT in my 22 years...I was laid off 6 months ago and have not been able to find work. Not sure if it is my age, lack of "formal" education or broad knowledge. I have never really focused on programming or developing since BASIC...Yes it has been that long, but I find myself trying to learn javescript, python, C# now at 45. I have a 14 year old son that is counting on me. My passion is in helping people, I know that sounds broad, but if there is a way to help people physically, mentally, financially, emotionally I will do it. Now, if I could only get paid for that passion. I look forward to learning from everyone willing to teach me the ropes. I am not too proud to admit that the road ahead may be super challenging especially at 45, but the one thing I am really good at is not knowing when to quit so when I get going, I keep going. I look forward to meeting everyone. - Jeff

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      Hi Jeff! I really like that you're focused on helping people and I believe successful ideas always do just that. I see you're interested in learning Python. I'm quite proficient at this point and would be happy to help! Please let me know if you'd like to connect and network.

  144. 1

    Hi my name is Jacob. I am an full stack developer and I'm trying each day to learn something new, i hope that this page will help me in that goal.

  145. 1

    Hi there, my name is Pun, I live in China, Shanghai. I just quit my job from a tech startup, looking forward to a new journey, currently learning the python and very keen and interesting in data science. I found this platform through a YouTube channel, looking forward to meet some fresh talent and insight here.

  146. 1

    I am Nelson from Kenya, Currently working as IT support but am interested in data; insights that can be harnessed from data (economic wise). For this reason I am learning datascience following along this book 'Hands-On Data Analysis with NumPy and pandas'.
    Glad to be here and hope to find people to grow with as we build things together :-)

  147. 1

    Hello, my name is Gilbish Kosma, i am from India. My goal is to create several side projects which can work as a passive income.

  148. 1

    Hi I'm Denise and I live in the Philippines. This 2020 I want to get into programming, I might start learning JavaScript this year and hopefully continue learning.

    Everyday is a learning progress.

    Excited to be part of this community and have a great day!

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    Hello people! My name is Jesper, I'm from Copenhagen, Denmark. I'm currently working on a sideproject called Periodical, trying to save the world's great print publications from a certain death, by helping them go online with a new set of tools and UX based navigation framework for WordPress. Hoping to find some inspiration in this forum, abd maybe share my experiences with anyone interested.

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    So question I own some TLD. Companies Names . would u be interested in them and if so then email [email protected]

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    My name is Paul, I'm a software Engineer, I convert caffeine into code. The idea is to add more to personal skills. Interested in security, saas, and future technology for passion.

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    Hi my name is Luke, I have been developing web apps for over 10 years, still in search of my first successful product.

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    Hey there! My name is Jorim from Germany. I just turned 19 and love to talk about some ideas with you guys.


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    Hi, my name is Peter. I work as a Senior developer in outsource company and passionate in personal time management. Currently, I'm building web application around my own technique for tasks management that is proved to give best results personally for me (and now I hope that others will find it useful to). Technology stack is Vue.js, Expressjs and Mongo. This all are hosted on DigitalOcean platform. Looking for inviting you to my first public beta release. Hope to see you soon.

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    Hello I'm Yair from Tel Aviv.
    Researching the no-code space and thinking if no-code could also be used in mature companies.
    Would love to hear from people's no-code experience!

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    Hi, my name is Max. I live in Houston, Texas, and I am currently looking for a job as a front end developer. I graduated from a coding bootcamp about two months ago, and I am trying to stay current with the community. I am trying to get inspiration for ideas of front end projects to add to my portfolio. I have a good understanding of Vanilla JavaScript and React, but I am trying to take my learning to the next level and create some kick ass frontend projects. If you have any project ideas for me to build, or even just hone my skills with, I would greatly appreciate it!

    Also, I know Ruby on rails and have a basic understanding of NodeJS, Express, and SQL, but I am trying to get a position as a front end dev, so I would like to build strictly frontend projects.


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    Hi all. Luke from Chicago, currently living in Mérida, Yucatan in Mexico. I'm a non-coding marketer. Currently running a virtual marketing company for conferences & live events. Interested in joining or launching a product company. That's what brought me here (thanks Y Combinator YouTube comments!)

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      Very cool and relevant in the world today! Hi Luke :)

      I'm based in Toronto Canada. How are you liking Mexico?

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        Hi Olivia! Mexico is amazing. I lived in Toronto (Barrie) for a few years. Have you ever lived abroad?

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          Glad to hear it :) I've only ever done resorts in Mexico! The Yucatan area looks amazing.

          Not so much abroad but I lived in Montreal for 7 years while in school and then working for my first company, (acquired by Dribbble in 2017, hence the move to "the six" lol).

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    Hi there, I'm An. I'm a software engineer based in SF, been building products for a couple years now. I'm here to be inspired by what others are building.

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    Hey, Alex here.

    I am a data scientist from Belgium, I just discovered this community. This looks awesome, looking forward for tips on how to learn front end dev, having a python background.

    Cheers, stay safe

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    Hi everyone 🌟 long(ish)-time lurker, first time caller! I've been in the sphere of online indie maker spaces for a while and as someone with an interest and skills in social media marketing and no-code projects I've always intended to take a 'proper' plunge into this area, and both general world events and personal stuff makes now a pretty good time to try to do so 🙌

    As an actual intro, my name's Frank! I'm currently a third year music business degree student from Brighton-via-East-Kent with previous education in areas including business studies and communications theory. I have a big draw towards ideas servicing the music industry (I'm a manager who works in social media and PR for a local record label 💽), the LGBT community (I have nothing but pride in that respect 🏳️‍🌈), and the education sector (a primary school teacher mother makes me probably the most invested non-teacher you could find 📓).

    I'm currently working on a Houston-but-from-the-music-industry idea - my degree studies mean that I'm in the position to crowdsource viable concepts with built-in leads from both the next generation of the music industry across Europe, and from tutors of mine who are involved with acts that rhyme with Bleeper and My Muddy Malentine, among others - as well as my third year pro project, which is getting a classical music platform-focused music distribution service to an MVP stage. I'm also UNBELIEVABLY up for working with people in the realms of social media marketing and community building, as well as (clearly!) anyone making anything, 'directly' music industry related or otherwise, that you could use someone pointing some musicians and music industry professionals towards.

    This is: long, tl;dr I'm Frank 🌟! I like music stuff 💽 and LGBT stuff 🏳️‍🌈 and education stuff 📓! I can't write short things, and I'd be ecstatic to get involved with anything that I seem like I helpful for! 🤗

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    Hello Everyone, Am happy to be here

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    Hi community, I am Conor. I am a solo entrepreneur who develops the

    Epindel is the online marketplace that lets visitors and fans set up a meeting with Content Creators like Bloggers, YouTubers or Podcasters. The idea is content creator sign up to Epindel and create a profile and put a URL on each content then visitors click and easily set up a 1 on 1 session.

    My main focus is on bringing more people into Epindel and get feedback/wisdom/advice hence all your words are so important to improve the Epindel. Also, I really love to give back so if you have any questions about development and marketing, I am happy to help.

    Have a happy day!

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    Hey there! My name is Joseph and I live in Baltimore USA. I am a cooperative entrepreneur. *For those unfamiliar with this business model here is a short podcast ( *

    My latest project is We are building service to help freelancers and solopreneurs with things like a guaranteed payment pool, access to healthcare, and a network of collaborators. We are a cooperative business, which means we are owned and controlled by our members (not investors)!

    I would be happy to talk to anyone looking to build or convert their project to a platfrom co-op businesses!

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    Hello and happy to be here to help any way I can and get help during my journey. I have worked just about every area of the SDLC both in IC and leadership roles. I have had this idea for about 10 years now and every time I start to get serious life gets in the way. I am recently laid off and taking this detour from the corporate road onto my idea highway. I am excited about this new opportunity to grow & learn and see where this goes. Steve...

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    Hi, I am Rajesh from Chennai. I have always wanted to create some product which could be of some use to anyone. I didn't know where to start, so I began with little text based game and showed the MVP to some of my friends. The response wasn't that great, as most of them reacted as if it's a waste of effort. But now I think I found the community from which I can get help/help others. I am already feeling really motivated with all the stuff I am reading here and I am waiting to be a part of this great community with full of creative people!

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    Hello, My name is Nahid Musem. I am joining here to learn new things.

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    Hey,I am Shardul Pathak ,I am from Pune,India.
    I am third year entc engineering student.I am currently very passionate about learning web development and my goal is to become full stack developer. But I want to explore all the fields by mastering each field.I am currently learning react-native and trying to build "Podcast app" as side project.

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    Hey, I am Florian from Vienna, Austria! Created a small app to support people learning to play the clarinet and use some spare time for user experience ideation, growth and pivoting to other instruments.

    In times like this, I feel like online learning is a good idea ;)

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    Assalamu alikum.I'm a medicine student but also interested in business.I hope that this platform will help me in creating a start up in 2020

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    Hi Everyone, my name is Jing, from Canada. Looking forward to connecting!

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    Hi, I am Emir, I live in Bosnia and Herzegovina. I am a Master of Computer Science and Engineering and currently work for codecentrig AG from Germany. I have a lot of programming skills and was part of interesting and innovative projects. I also work on side projects, as a freelancer and on my own ideas.

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    Hi I'm Konrad. I've lauched two startups in the past (Elbee - smart earphones - on Kickstarter and Immersive Robotics - humanoid robots) and I'm currently launching my new startup called emosio (

    I recently read about indie hackers in a blog and I'm super exited to learn about finding product-market fit and optimizing my marketing strategy.

    Sometimes I procrastinate reading Calvin & Hobbes or Larson's Far side ;)

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    Hi Rosie,
    Thanks for the pointers on getting started, just took the leap and wrote my intro. Wishing you and all Indie Hackers safe isolation from Covid19 .

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    Hi everyone, my name is Aidan,

    You could say I am a bit of an old fart really when you consider the age of most Indie Hackers here. I have two projects I am working on right now which I believe are suitable for sharing here on Indie hackers as follows;

    A proxy service like no other, called Yournet (

    How can we make such a statement ? - Simple, our business model requires no payment, no credit card, no bitcoins, no email address, we don't want any personal data, we give you access to our real proxy servers in return for you completing a short 5 - 7 minute survey.

    We make a small revenue through the survey providers.

    That's it, no BS, no tricks, no invasion of privacy, no monitoring of your traffic, no injecting ads etc, no crap just a 100% legit proxy service like no other. (if you find one please tell us and we will change our tag line)

    Also, we went live today as an MVP and hope we can reach out to users to critique our solution, business model, UX etc.

    As we go to market we are only available on Chrome and to users in the United States and United Kingdom FOR NOW. But we will expand this as soon as we determine the project has legs! - and if feedback is positive we will enhance our MVP, e.g. extend country & browser support and bring on more survey providers.

    So that is it - I hope this is not tool long an intro, have a look at

    And say hello to this old Indie Hacker Fart if you get a chance


    Regards to you all and hope you are staying safe away from Covid19


    PS - The other project is an incredibly exciting AI Project called - and I will introduce that further down the line.

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    Hello, my names jayyoms on all the socials.

    My closest friends call me Yommy. I live in London and I work as a Product Manager.
    I have always loved music and used to create in school and did some collaborations with notable UK artists such as Chipmunk/Tinie Tempah.

    I have built a newsletter on substack for music managers to share all the dope moves marketing teams are making and hope to use this to explore critical problems they have.

    Check it out here 👉

    My goal 10% YoY growth in subscribers and 1,000 happy customers

    Always happy to help anyone understand how to go about doing early-stage product discovery.

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    Hello everybody,

    My name is Vladyslav, I am a ukrainian student majoring in CS. I am at the very beginning of the journey with many successes and failures ahead. I really like the idea of having a profitable online business that brings real value to the customers, on the contrary to the majority of university projects which I have done so far. Right now, I am looking for ideas and planning to test several of them soon.

    I think it's great having a community of like-minded people to help you along the way, that's why I joined Indie Hackers. Looking forward to starting working on something meaningful!

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      Hi Vladyslav, nice to e-meet you and good luck with your future projects.
      Stay Safe !

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    Hi,everyone.I'm Leo,I'm a senior software engineer of .net core,also familiar with jQuery,VueJS. I have 10 years wokring experiences,have been working remotely for 4 years. I can building websites,industry systems,Apps(Xamarin,Swift)

    Looking forward to meeting you

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      Nice to e-meet you LeoZ - Sounds like you have quite some experience under your belt there - will follow.

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        Nice to e-meet you Aidan

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    Hi there, my name is Maciej, and I am working on several web apps. I hope that we can all share knowledge here and learn from each other.

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    Hello, my name is Oleh, I live in Ukraine. I am working at design & development company, we are making digital products and help startups to build MVPs.

    Glad to be here in such a difficult time, be positive and #stayhome to overcome this period.

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    Hey, I am Yao, from HK and I am here to learn how to start a new online business. I am familiar with Chinese marketing in case you may need some suggestions.

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    can someone give a resumen of this site?

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      I'm not sure what you mean, can you explain?

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    Hello everybody, time to start good code and document it

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    Hey guys, Aurum here! A software engineer looking to start a SaaS company. I hope we can help each other and grow together!

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    Thank you very much for the beautifully designed site with helpful hints and links to guide you through the information hosted. I am looking forward to participate actively!!

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    Hey y'all it's great to be a part of this community! I recently launched and looking forward to connecting with folks!

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    Hi all. I'm new here; looking for project and business ideas and also share my experience.

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