I speak with Kenneth Cassel, founder of Pointer.gg about his indie hacking journey.
- How buying a Raspberry Pi changed Kenneth's life
- Going from maintenance man for a gas station to software engineer
- The inspiration Kenneth took from his Dad
- How he learned programming
- Making $100 in 4 years of side projects
- How to stay motivated when things aren't going so well
- Going from 0-20k Twitter followers
- How building in public impacted Kenneth
- Earning $10k in one month with Vim.so
- Why he started Slip.so
- Dealing with imposter syndrome
For the longest time, website analytics software was seriously bad. It was hard to understand, time-consuming to use, and worse, it exploited visitor data for big tech to profit. I've spent countless hours in Google Analytics dashboards trying to figure even out the most basic metrics.
What is Indie Bites?
Short, bite-sized conversations with indie hackers that have started small, profitable and bootstrapped businesses. You'll learn how they come up with ideas, what they do to validate, find those first customers and make a sustainable income.