Reflections on being an indie hacker

Introduction My name is Tigran and by definition, I’m probably a half-indie hacker. Why half you may ask? Because I’m a full-time software engineer at Buffer but at the same time I build an online profitable side-business called Cronhub. If we think how one of my favorite internet sites Indie Hackers defines it I think […]

The power of a habit

I believe that we are a product of the habits we form and creating the right habits early on is a great investment for personal growth. I don’t mean that there could be a time when building a new habit would be too late but as an investment, it’s better to start early in our […]

How I Work (2018 Edition)

If you’re anyone like me who is interested to learn how other developers work and what their work environment looks like then this article might be interesting for you. Seeing Taylor Otwell and others sharing about their work inspired me and I decided to write about how I work too. OfficeI’m a Jersey City, NJ […]

How I priced my side-project

Introduction If you asked me if I could ever write an article about pricing a couple of months ago it would probably make me laugh. I didn’t know anything about product pricing even though I’ve launched my first SaaS project. The way I priced my product was solely relying on my own intuition as well […]

Cronhub Second Month Report

Introduction This is a short blog post to transparently share all Cronhub numbers for the last 30 days [April 20, 2018 – May 20, 2018]. It has been exactly 2 months since I’ve officially launched Cronhub on Product Hunt. In the last two months, I’ve learned a lot about what it takes to build a […]

Cronhub First Month Report

Introduction This is a short blog post to transparently share Cronhub’s metrics in the first month after the launch. I’ve launched Cronhub on March 20, 2018 on Product Hunt and the reaction of people were mostly positive. Every month I’m planning to write a quick report and share it with everyone. My plan is to […]