As developers, there is so much we can learn to improve our skills, ranging from deep theory, to small practical tidbits of information. It can be overwhelming at times and we are forced to pick what we want to learn deeply and what we just want to gloss over. You can’t learn it all!
Almost exactly one year ago I quit my job to create a Haskell startup as a solo developer. I had about 20 ideas, but eventually settled on the idea of dependency project health tracking with Deadpendency.
About a year ago I quit my job to attempt my startup idea (Deadpendency), writing it in Haskell. One key decision to make was what cloud provider would I go with.
Sum Types Are Cool
I quit my job as a software developer to create a small development tool as a GitHub app that I hope to sell. I started working on this idea fulltime from Feb 2020 and I’m now ready to (soft) launch.