It’s a controversial subject. Some say machine learning will replace the need to manually write code, because computers will be trained to code themselves. Others believe that because coding can be tedious, developers will be able to use their analytical skills in more enjoyable ways than writing code. What do you think?
The term side project comes across as a hobby, or half-serious pet project, or even wasteful distraction, but in the entrepreneurial world, such a thing often evolves into something career changing—heck, even world-changing. This post shares some great tips from some of the most successful side project founders, including one of my fav startup stories featuring Crew.
I love to read documented accounts from indie makers and their journey’s creating a new product. In this post Kier Glover made the decision to build and launch as many digital products as possible and see if he could make $600 per month. Kier shares his tools, metrics and some words of wisdom.
I’ve spoken highly of Revue since I adopted them as my newsletter client at the beginning of this year after moving from MailChimp. Revue is a completely stripped back, no frills newsletter client, allowing you to create an email newsletter in minutes. They have a ton of integrations which allow you to directly drag and drop your content on Medium, twitter, Pocket and Product Hunt into your newsletter without the hassle of formatting. It’s also once of the most affordable options out there!
Getting feedback from your users on your website is critical. Emojicom provides a great looking widget on your site allowing users to rate or feedback their experience using different sets of emojis. Install on your site in a matter of minutes using their handy integration tools and guides.
Webflow gives you the power to design, build, and launch responsive websites visually, while writing clean, semantic code for you. Admittedly I had been avoiding Webflow for a while as I heard it had a steep learning curve. However it seems a lot has changed since then and recently I have been building a few websites and loving it. The sheer level of design customisation is incredible, there is almost nothing you can’t do.