Three developers building a software business on our own terms.
There Ain't No Business Like No Business
It's a business-free episode of FounderQuest! The hosts immediately veer off topic and never recover! It's all e-bikes, helmets, laser engravers, oiling paper shredders, recycling scams, crypto, pogs, and other miscellanea. Plus, last week's cliffhanger is answered...did Starr buy the printing press?
Hook Relay Is Livin' That FULL Duplex Lyfe!
This week on FounderQuest, the hosts go over some features of Hook Relay, share some research on broadcast email solutions, and discuss operational security tips for compliance (get a guard dog). Plus, Goatse is remembered as the original Rick Roll (NSW - Do NOT Google it).
Our Ops Are Smooth Like A Jar Of Skippy
On this week's episode Ben talks about rolling over Honeybadger's main Redis cluster and timing his MacBook upgrade. Josh provides updates on upgrading the Java package with Docker and his secret method to bootstrapping a new machine. Plus Starr runs the revenue numbers and shares why she is buying a printing press!
Live From The Indie Hackers' Backstage
We're back! The Founders recap their respective Hot Vax Summers. They also provide some updates on automating the SOC 2 process, their outbound sales efforts, and the blog. Also, what if you could trade-up your small business to a larger one, similar to trading up from a starter home? Listen hungry, there's lots of food for thought!
FounderQuest Summer Break Annoucement
This is just a quick announcement to tell you that FounderQuest is taking a summer break so the hosts can work on their tans while dreaming up new hot takes for the future episodes. If you want to hear this same message in audio form, go ahead and give it a listen!
Does Thinking Still Count As Working?
It's a fireside chat episode this week as Josh and Ben hold down the fort on FounderQuest. They contrast the challenges of bootstrapping a smaller company vs. hiring a team to do much of the heavy lifting for you. They also talk about physical fitness, joining a PTSA, and living their best fully-vaccinated lives.
Must listen for all indie/bootstrapped founders
By far the great podcast intro of all time. Also, the cover art. But the content is seriously great and appreciate these guys sharing so much about their journey and what they’ve learned along the way. It’s always a fun (and insightful) listen!