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⭐️ Why you should follow me? ⭐️

An introduction about me, things I have already contributed in my medium stories & otherwise, my upcoming blogs & some fun facts

I am a Tech enthusiast/Entrepreneur/Co-founder at intervue.io

Hello folks!
I am Rahool Benji, Co-founder of intervue.io
It’s an easier way to take tech interviews as it comes with built-in collaborative code editor and integrated audio/video calling.

It looks something like this:

Screenshot of how the the SaaS based product actually looks like!

Okay! Enough of my startup marketing :P


✍ What brings me to dev.to?

thinking...

I am here to contribute & share my learning (technical/non-technical) while developing this SaaS based startup intevue.io

For those of you who do not know what SaaS stands for, it’s basically Software as a service.

You will eventually get to know more about it, once you read the whole blog series (current/upcoming).

Also, I am here to find out people, who would find the product useful, spread out the word, because well, who doesn’t want customers?


Here’s what my technical skill-set looks like!

I can develop softwares using:

  • Javascript, React, Angular
  • Node
  • Golang
  • Python
  • AWS, Kubernetes, Docker, Groovy

Now the most important part

My blog series (current & upcoming)

The blogs are my personal experiences and are very practical. I am writing this because, when I was going through this phase of developing intervue.io, I did not find any content of this sort. I thought, something like this should exist!!!!

If the blog below is already live, it will be clickable and you can go ahead and read it :D

If it’s not clickable, stay tuned! It will be coming up soon!
I blog about each & every considerable experience of mine! Otherwise I am busy building my startup.

Well! Blogging is also a part of it :D

So, here is the list…


For entrepreneurs (10 parts)

  • Selling your startup to first 10 customers β€” Part 1 (Validate your idea)
  • Selling your startup to first 10 customers β€” Part 2 (Know your customer)
  • Selling your startup to first 10 customers β€” Part 3 (Launch MVP and get initial sign-ups)
  • Selling your startup to first 10 customers β€” Part 4 (Get at-least 1 person to pay you)
  • Selling your startup to first 10 customers β€” Part 5 (MVP to a product)
  • Selling your startup to first 10 customers β€” Part 6 (Make it scalable)
  • Selling your startup to first 10 customers β€” Part 7 (Go mad with marketing)
  • Selling your startup to first 10 customers β€” Part 8 (Blend in with your schedule)
  • Selling your startup to first 10 customers β€” Part 9 (Make it a habit)

For entrepreneurs/engineers (13 parts)

  • 13 things you should know if you are a software developer & entrepreneur in 2020 (contains all the blogs below)
  • Developing Frontend using React, Redux, Typescript & Node
  • Frontend performance
  • Setting up nginx & integrating with other services
  • Dockerize your application: frontend, nginx, backend, postgres, redis :D Jenkins CI/CD in groovy
  • Setting up cloudfront with S3
  • Kubernetes on AWS
  • Route53 on AWS
  • Integrating Sentry for end-to-end frontend monitoring
  • Integrating centralized logging with Kibana, fluentd & Kubernetes on AWS
  • GTM/GA integration to closely monitor how customers are using your application
  • Sendgrid integration for Emailing (Mass Emailing & otherwise)

For Engineers/Designers/Entrepreneurs (5 parts)

  • Designing your product yourself as a developer/entrepreneur β€” Part1 (Ideation, features)
  • Designing your product yourself as a developer/entrepreneur β€” Part2 (Take Inspiration from already built products that are similar)
  • Designing your product yourself as a developer/entrepreneur β€” Part3 (Design language and make it reflect everywhere)
  • Designing your product yourself as a developer/entrepreneur β€” Part4 (Basic elements)
  • Designing your product yourself as a developer/entrepreneur β€” Part5 (Product journey)
  • Designing your product yourself as a developer/entrepreneur β€” Part6 (Design it to complete it)

Misc Blogs for mixed audiences (11 parts)

  • 10 tips for rapid MVP development for startups
  • Design feature/landing page for your product
  • Email etiquettes when communicating with potential clients
  • Building brand awareness for your SaaS based product
  • Do better SEO
  • Interviewing a Javascript professional having 1–5 years of experience
  • 10 things you should do to crack your next Javascript interview
  • 5 things to know for cracking your Senior software engineer interview in tech giants
  • Top 10 integrations that can be used in your tech product
  • My experience of publishing my product on product hunt
  • How to keep yourself motivated while developing your startup

Wooahhh!

This is literally me!
I will be adding more to the list.
For now I will leave you with this note and I will keep updating this space, as I write more!

Wooahhh!

My social media

Stay tuned!

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