My goal with Perfalytics is to hit $100,000 in annual recurring revenue by the end of 2019. To hit that goal, assuming each user is paying $99/month, I need to get to 85 paying users by the end of the … Read the rest
Running a bootstrapped business isn’t going to be easy. To make Perfalytics succeed, I’m going to need to lean on my strengths and, at the same time, compensate for my weaknesses.
I have some weaknesses which are going to make … Read the rest
This is my first post under the Getting Dramatically Better as a Programmer series. Today we are going to look at the paper “A Critique of the CAP Theorem“. The paper was written by Martin Klepmann. Klepmann … Read the rest
There was a recent discussion among my social group about what “getting dramatically better as a programmer” means. Based on that discussion, I’ve decided to share my own approach to becoming a “dramatically better programmer”. I want others to understand … Read the rest
It’s extremely important that you have backups. Without backups, you are at serious risk of losing data. If you don’t have backups, all it takes is one machine failure or fat fingered command to lose data.
There are several different … Read the rest