Build something beautiful
Short advice from curious hackers, developers, and builders in general.
Bastian is a second-time founder currently working on Wildmetrics, an analytics service for creators. His first SaaS is @wildmailio (€80k+ MRR).
Christian Schulze is building in public while also holding a SaaS CTO role. He is currently working on two projects: 2markdown and Newsletterify.
Matteo Spada is an indie iOS developer currently working on Astro, an App Store Optimization (ASO) tool for developers.
"I no longer pay attention to what others say about the things I do and focus more on myself and my life."
Severin Schuetz is a template designer and maker of Notion templates. He is also a productivity enthusiast, content creator, and no-code builder.
Adam is an indie maker and freelancer with lots of projects under his belt. His latest project, Find That Actor, uses AI to find that actor you forgot the name of.
"I know you need some kind of validation, but if you see that there are (a lot of) competitors, that's validation as well."
Terry Verduijn is an indiehacker building in public while maintaining a regular 9-5 and raising a family.
Muhammet is a product designer and indie hacker. He is currently working on a host of projects, one of them Linhug - an english vocabulary learning game.
Alessio is building Livelogue to help creators monetize their audience. In the process he is connecting with creators and learning their struggles - all so he can build a better product.
Alan Morel is a full-stack engineer building in public and sharing his learnings along the way.
Maya is building node-code products in the early morning hours and working as a data scientist by day. (9-5 employee + 5-9 builder as she describes it herself.)
Manoj is doing the 12 startups in 12 months challenge with a mentality of: Building products. Failing. Building again.
"Twitter is a great source of ideas, as people complain a lot about problems they have in their daily lives."
Gabriel is an indie maker, fully embracing the build-in-public mentality. His current focus is Publicly, a project to help builders get better product feedback.
Nico is a indie maker with several successful products under his belt. Including an AI logo product that has made +$20k in sales since launch just a few months ago.
What if I could assemble my own tribe of mentors? What if I could find other builders and learn from them?