Three developers building a software business on our own terms.
What, Me Worry? Fearing Your Company's Permanence
This week the Founders talk about dealing with fears their company could disappear at any moment and what makes them confident that it will be around tomorrow and beyond. They also talk rollerblade chairs, Kung Fu Panda, wrapping up 2020, and the upcoming FounderQuest hiatus! Also, please vote!
How To Build Solid Multi-tenant Account Systems For SaaS
This week The Founders talk about the latest redesign of Honeybadger's user account setup and lessons they've learned along the way (tenant ID FTW!) They also talk about the Hook Relay launch, celebrity endorsements, moving to Canada, and how building software relates to constructing buildings.
Should You Interview Job Candidates Via Slack Or TikTok?
This week The Founders talk about new hiring paradigms, virtual conferences, and the stock market. Plus, does Roam dress your notes in the world's finest UX, only appreciated by the best and brightest, or is it really just a wiki strutting around with no clothes on?
Reading Rainbow, FounderQuest Style!
This week The Founders reveal some of their favorite books they've read this summer and what they learned about utopias, U.S. history, and Murderbots! They also talk about living their lives up in smoke as the forest fires continue to rage along the West Coast.
Just Breathe! Staying Mindful While Working
It’s all in your mind! This week The Founders share apps and strategies they use to stay mindful and breathing while banging out code. Also, do they actually miss anything about working for "the man" before setting of on their own? Plus, what will the future of office snacks look like in a world without offices? Tune in and satisfy your hunger for FounderQuest!
In Search Of The Perfect To-Do Manager
This week The Founders talk SOC 2 and why you may not even need it in the first place. They also detail their quest for the perfect task management tool (spoiler alert, they're still looking) and share bonus tips on how to tell if your kayak has a leak!
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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!