I'm a software engineer transitioning into the world of solopreneurship. With over a decade of experience working remotely and developing web applications, I've had the opportunity to work on projects of varying sizes, from those serving just a few customers to those reaching millions of users.
In today's asynchronous world, writing is a superpower. I've got a tiny blog on HEY World where I jot down my thoughts once or twice a year. My greatest hit? Probably the tale of how I joined Gumroad.
Over the years, I've tinkered with small projects, scratching my own itches. Not a winner among them, but each a valuable lesson. I've never invested more than 1-2 months of work in any of them. I'll keep placing these small bets because one of them is bound to hit the jackpot one day.