I've been coding as a hobby since I was 10. I started building little projects and open-sourcing them and ended up building bigger and more ambitious projects. This year, after finishing my final exams, I launched a startup.
Meet Sitesauce, a service that can convert any site into a static site and deploy it to Vercel in seconds.
I started building Sitesauce a few months ago (using my regular Laravel-Vue stack), but never found a time to finally set it live. After quarantine hit and we finished our exams, I finally decided to share it with the world. It's been around two weeks since the launch, and Sitesauce has reached its first $1k of revenue!
If you're curious and want to learn more about how the launch went, I wrote an article about it. There's also another one talking about my journey building the app, if you're curious. You can also follow me on Twitter, where I'm sharing my journey as a maker.
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Brilliant stuff - that's a very cool project and an important milestone. Many years ago I started a similar journey and it has served me well...