Interviews · October 21, 2020
Entrepreneur & writer Arvid Kahl tells his journey & lessons selling startups & writing a hit book, Zero to Sold.
Maker Spotlight · September 22, 2020
Dianna Allen shares all about building Terra, an eco-friendly candle company - and bootstrapping to $25k.
Maker Spotlight · August 26, 2020
Micah tells all about his journey making and being a parent.
Maker Spotlight · June 20, 2020
This week we interview Jorge Ferreiro, a maker from Spain that has built a content creation machine to help inspire developers to pick up careers in tech.
Interviews · June 2, 2020
In this edition of the Maker Spotlight we chat with Isis Casalduc, a Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2002 turned indie hacker. She's a web designer and digital marketer working on a variety of projects, working to build sustainable businesses.
Maker Spotlight · March 27, 2020
Gabe Ragland from Divjoy tells his journey from being in YCombinator to $2k MRR as an indie bootstrapper.
Maker Spotlight · March 11, 2020
Mike Slaats from Upvoty talks about his journey to $2k MRR and how you can do it too!
Maker Spotlight · March 6, 2020
A student maker, Miguel Piedrafita tells us his journey from building OSS to generating their first MRR.
Interviews · November 1, 2019
Are you really friends with someone if you’ve never imagined building a business together? Finding a co-founder is hard. You have to share the same vision and display an uncommon synergy. A friend is an obvious choice, but reality often gets in the way...
Interviews · October 10, 2019
Keenen Charles [https://getmakerlog.com/@keenencharles] is a 25-year old maker from Trinidad & Tobago. He is a software developer who also writes about a variety of topics [https://keenen.xyz/], such as making products, self-development, and culture. Keenen has several side-projects [https://keenen.xyz/tag/projects/] under his belt, including InboxReads [https://inboxreads.co/] and TapTag [https://inboxreads.co/]. His main focus right now is his latest project: Wave Radio [https://waveradio.co/]
Interviews · September 26, 2019
Joseph Maxim [https://twitter.com/josephmxm] started developing an interest in computers early on. Growing up playing video games, his curiosity led him to give programming a try: he wanted to build video games to share them with his friends. But distribution is never easy. Video games required a compact disc to install, which was impractical for a middle-schooler with a limited budget. Using the power of the Internet was the easiest solution to accomplish his goal, and the interest in video g
Making a Maker · September 18, 2019
They have had enough. Sunk in the apartment’s couch, a glass of gin in the hand, James and Danielle concluded they never had a taste for routine. The two software developers envisioned new horizons, it was time for a change.
Maker Spotlight · September 18, 2019
Hello there! My name is Basile Samel, but my friends call me Bazbaz, or baz for short. I’m a Frenchman who just celebrated his 25th birthday. I’m currently working as a full-time nomad maker, I make indie tech products remotely while traveling the world.
Maker Spotlight · September 18, 2019
Welcome to this week’s Maker Spotlight, with our featured guest, Ethan [https://medium.com/u/ff630c42c391]! Today he launched KanbanMail, and joined us to talk about how it became an overnight Hacker News success — and much more. Settle down, get some coffee, and I hope you enjoy the interview! ✨ Hey Ethan, welcome to this week’s Maker Spotlight. As is tradition, tell us a little about you and your experience. Hey! I’m Ethan. My first dive into the world of indie makers was about a year ago, wh