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My First Year as a Solo Developer

February 1, 2019

9 minute read

Exactly one year ago, I quit my job at Google, so it’s time to reflect on how the decision has affected my finances, lifestyle, and happiness.

cartoons

clipbucket

code review

How to Do Code Reviews Like a Human (Part One)

October 12, 2017

19 minute read

Lately, I’ve been reading articles about best practices for code reviews. I notice that these articles focus on finding bugs to the exclusion of almost every…

code style

How to Do Code Reviews Like a Human (Part One)

October 12, 2017

19 minute read

Lately, I’ve been reading articles about best practices for code reviews. I notice that these articles focus on finding bugs to the exclusion of almost every…

conflict resolution

cooking

coverage

coveralls

cryptocurrency

culture

How to Do Code Reviews Like a Human (Part One)

October 12, 2017

19 minute read

Lately, I’ve been reading articles about best practices for code reviews. I notice that these articles focus on finding bugs to the exclusion of almost every…

docker

editing

entrepreneurship

Why I Quit Google to Work for Myself

February 28, 2018

12 minute read

For the past four years, I’ve worked as a software developer at Google. On February 1st, I quit. It was because they refused to buy me a Christmas present.

gardening

gcsfuse

go

golang

google

My First Year as a Solo Developer

February 1, 2019

9 minute read

Exactly one year ago, I quit my job at Google, so it’s time to reflect on how the decision has affected my finances, lifestyle, and happiness.

Why I Quit Google to Work for Myself

February 28, 2018

12 minute read

For the past four years, I’ve worked as a software developer at Google. On February 1st, I quit. It was because they refused to buy me a Christmas present.

google cloud storage

google compute engine

google container registry

greenpithumb

growth

KetoHub Update: Month 3

January 9, 2018

5 minute read

I’m building a website. Here’s what was good, bad, and learnable about it last month.

home automation

homelab

ingredient parsing

ingredient-phrase-tagger

is it keto

My First Year as a Solo Developer

February 1, 2019

9 minute read

Exactly one year ago, I quit my job at Google, so it’s time to reflect on how the decision has affected my finances, lifestyle, and happiness.

isitketo

keto

KetoHub Update: Month 3

January 9, 2018

5 minute read

I’m building a website. Here’s what was good, bad, and learnable about it last month.

ketohub

My First Year as a Solo Developer

February 1, 2019

9 minute read

Exactly one year ago, I quit my job at Google, so it’s time to reflect on how the decision has affected my finances, lifestyle, and happiness.

KetoHub Update: Month 3

January 9, 2018

5 minute read

I’m building a website. Here’s what was good, bad, and learnable about it last month.

The Perils of Outsourcing Your MVP

December 6, 2017

9 minute read

A few months ago, I had a brilliant idea for a website. Then, I had an even brillianter idea: build the website, but outsource all the work.

kimchi

kvm

lending

meta

mining

money

My First Year as a Solo Developer

February 1, 2019

9 minute read

Exactly one year ago, I quit my job at Google, so it’s time to reflect on how the decision has affected my finances, lifestyle, and happiness.

mvp

How I Tricked Myself into Shipping Too Late

September 11, 2018

7 minute read

I’ve heard dozens of stories of founders failing because they shipped too late. It seemed like an easy fate to avoid until I made the same mistake.

The Perils of Outsourcing Your MVP

December 6, 2017

9 minute read

A few months ago, I had a brilliant idea for a website. Then, I had an even brillianter idea: build the website, but outsource all the work.

nas

nextcloud

outsourcing

The Perils of Outsourcing Your MVP

December 6, 2017

9 minute read

A few months ago, I had a brilliant idea for a website. Then, I had an even brillianter idea: build the website, but outsource all the work.

p2p

prosper

raspberry pi

refactoring

retention

KetoHub Update: Month 3

January 9, 2018

5 minute read

I’m building a website. Here’s what was good, bad, and learnable about it last month.

retrospectives

My First Year as a Solo Developer

February 1, 2019

9 minute read

Exactly one year ago, I quit my job at Google, so it’s time to reflect on how the decision has affected my finances, lifestyle, and happiness.

security

sia

My First Year as a Solo Developer

February 1, 2019

9 minute read

Exactly one year ago, I quit my job at Google, so it’s time to reflect on how the decision has affected my finances, lifestyle, and happiness.

Why I Quit Google to Work for Myself

February 28, 2018

12 minute read

For the past four years, I’ve worked as a software developer at Google. On February 1st, I quit. It was because they refused to buy me a Christmas present.

siacoin

space duck

My First Year as a Solo Developer

February 1, 2019

9 minute read

Exactly one year ago, I quit my job at Google, so it’s time to reflect on how the decision has affected my finances, lifestyle, and happiness.

startups

How I Tricked Myself into Shipping Too Late

September 11, 2018

7 minute read

I’ve heard dozens of stories of founders failing because they shipped too late. It seemed like an easy fate to avoid until I made the same mistake.

The Perils of Outsourcing Your MVP

December 6, 2017

9 minute read

A few months ago, I had a brilliant idea for a website. Then, I had an even brillianter idea: build the website, but outsource all the work.

synology

taskrabbit

testing

upwork

virtualization

web scraping

The Perils of Outsourcing Your MVP

December 6, 2017

9 minute read

A few months ago, I had a brilliant idea for a website. Then, I had an even brillianter idea: build the website, but outsource all the work.

zestful

My First Year as a Solo Developer

February 1, 2019

9 minute read

Exactly one year ago, I quit my job at Google, so it’s time to reflect on how the decision has affected my finances, lifestyle, and happiness.

How I Tricked Myself into Shipping Too Late

September 11, 2018

7 minute read

I’ve heard dozens of stories of founders failing because they shipped too late. It seemed like an easy fate to avoid until I made the same mistake.