I started my career as an iOS engineer back in 2008, then I’ve transformed into a fullstack engineer to build more things individually since 2016 and never look back. The open web seems more exciting to me than closed ecosystem of Apple iOS.
I’m a serious indie maker building many mobile apps and websites. The bar has never been lower to make a difference. As an indie maker, whenever I experience an issue or notice a problem I am interested in solving, I can get to work and develop a solution the next day.
This is an original series on advancedweb.dev about some random tech thoughts I have over the years as indie web developer.
- How hard could it be to become an indie maker
- Digital nomad lifestyle of remote web developer
- Why I always keep at least one active side project
- Imposter syndrome self-diagnosis
- On Expectation of Technical Blogging
- On temptation of Dark Mode
Being a maker is all about building something that solves a problem, or brings happiness to other people. Inclusively is at the heart of everything I do. Being an indie maker is really simple, all I need is a laptop, and some free time and I can make something groundbreaking.
I want to be happy. I search for happiness not through things, but through life itself. By incorporating minimalism into my life, I’ve finally been able to find lasting happiness.