April 2, 2021

Finding Ideas [13/365]

Writing everyday means trying to find an original idea for me to develop every morning. I do write some ideas down to reflect upon them, but I sometimes do not have anything remaining in this list. So I have to take some time to find a topic I can talk about, which can be quite hard. This is probably because I am only at the beginning of this writing journey. From what I understand, finding and expanding ideas on my own will become more natural and easy. Read more

March 21, 2021

My daily writing as an indiehacker [1/365]

My experience of daily writing Writing is an exercise that I have been doing for a bit. I filled quite a few notebooks with my morning and evening writings, setting myself up for a single small page a day. However, I noticed that I ended up writing always pretty much the same things everyday, mindlessly. And I did that for a couple of years… I want to make this practice better, and hopefully create something that will be helpful for others. Read more

November 1, 2020

Extra Toughts About Startyk

I really want to take startyk in the direction of helping bloggers, especially those starting out, getting discovered. But there are some points to keep in mind. First is about content quality. While I can try to bring some exposure to the bloggers, I cannot bring quality to their own content. Without it, they will not be able to create an audience that is really interested in what they have to say. Read more

October 21, 2020

The vision for Startyk

For this new tool I’m working on, Startyk, there are a few features that I would love to use on my blog. I want this tool to be helpful to writers to understand their audience better, get discovered more easily, and for readers to have a filter, so that they don’t get overwhelmed by the amount of resources out there. And I want it to integrate in the writer’s platform. They should be the owners of their content, not a third party. Read more

October 19, 2020

Bringing DevOps to IndieHacking

I love the IndieHacking movement, and I noticed that there are people saying that they just edit their files on their servers, and that’s how they deploy their application. If some say it, they’re not the only ones to do it. Since I’m an SRE by day, I’m wondering if there would not be a way to bring some of the methods of my work to the world of IndieHacking. Read more

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