I’ve a lot of ideas that I’m sure I wouldn’t be able to pursue in a million life times. There are a lot of us that cannot pursue a good idea for the lack of funds and a lot of us who have funds and are pursuing shitty ideas for the lack of a better one. I’m sure we can all benefit from sharing because ideas are only as good as execution. We can later create an honor system of payments if it seems useful
I use Go, Typescript, and Python for my app. I usually dedicate weeks at a time to different parts of the app so transitioning working on a different layer feels weird.
How do you guys balance working on the different layers of your tech stack?
Do you dedicate days to different parts or …? What do you do?
I know I do! Even though I'll rip a 12 hour coding tear, every once a while I'll catch myself procastinating. It's a big problem because I'll spend so much time putting off work, to look into something that has absolutely nothing to do with my startup.
Do you guys go through it as well? If so, have you figured out any ways to counter it?
What resources do you guys traditionally use study various business models? I couldn't find anything apart from wikipedia, and may be the one off articles in investopedia. Blogs like Paul Graham's do provide some valueable insights, but I've found them lacking when it comes to the basic business models behind a organization. Just generally interested.
The app basically allows you to find people who are interested in the industry you work in by letting you broadcast your product/service and people who are interested in that industry get to see whatever your offering and try it out and give you feedback. They get to try something (mostly free) that they enjoy and you get valuable feedback, what do you guys think?
I graduated from college a few months back and have been on the job hunt ever since, applying strictly to startups. I can't seem to get a single call back for an interview even though I have a strong resume, internship experience, projects, and come from a reputable university. any suggestions on what I can do to stand out? its been almost 5 months since I have been on the hunt and it's getting pretty demoralizing.
Sorry English isn't my first language. I started my own company in 2014 which specializes in shipping books to schools, shops and distributors etc in bulk quantities. We ship them from the printing presses and warehouse to their delivery point which is approximately 2000kms away. We use vehicles which are market hired (Trucks). We have had grown more than 10 times without market investment. I am thinking about buying trucks which will help in my initial business but adding them without outside funding will stagnate growth in the existing one and I don't want the market investment in the existing one. Or Should I start a new one for trucks with a market investment which will break even in approximately 2 years on the initial investment?
Hi all, first time posting here. Is there a place for getting feedback on an idea or an MVP? Ideally free. I have a product that I’ve built that’s very simple, but seems like it could be potentially useful but I don’t really have anyone to proof the concept for me. I probably should have done this before building it, but I tend to be overly optimistic 😅 Thank you.
So I’m launching a newsletter about showcasing dope stuff that developers, indie hackers, bootstrappers and indie makers are building, in a curated weekly newsletter, and I wanted to know if there is anybody here that would like to have their app, SaaS, website or whatever your making featured?
I know that self-promotion is frowned upon here in this sub, so I won’t be adding my website unless you request it. So just comment down below or send me a DM and I’ll choose the best ones🙏🏻