How to build a company without outside funding.
I like to read and summarize books, here's the main takeaways from the last 7 books that I've read about business, entrepreneurship and building bootstrapped businesses
Thoughts on how to avoid "Shiny Object syndrome" when building a company with a developer background.
In short: Keep it simple and use what you know, refrain to chase the latest framework and use what makes you most productive.
A critical look at our initial approach and why it didn't work out.
What we have learned and what we're gonna do better going forward