Adam Wathan is a full-stack developer and entrepreneur. He shares everything he knows about making awesome software through articles, talks, screencasts, podcast, and courses.
Alexis Grant explores the intersection of content and business. In 2010 she founded the content marketing agency Socialexis. In 2015, the business was acquired by Taylor Media, the brand behind The Penny Hoarder, and she became the EVP of content. Currently, her blog focuses on the business of content, scaling a company and the difficulties of being a working mom.
Ali Abdaal doctor, YouTuber and podcaster. A lot of his earlier videos focused on his life as a doctor. He later started exploring the strategies and tools that help people live happier, healthier, more productive lives. He has developed a strong brand around Youtube and entrepreneurship.
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Andrew Kamphey is the founder of Better Sheets and has created multiple products using Google Sheets. He also runs Influence Weekly.
Andrey Azimov is the founder of Sheet2Site. He loves to build software products and was Product Hunt’s Maker of the Year in 2018.
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Anne-Laure is an entrepreneur, an ex-Googler, and a neuroscience student. She is doing fascinating work exploring the intersection of neuroscience and knowledge management. Most of her work currently focuses on Ness Labs.
Arvid is a software engineer turned entrepreneur. He co-founded, ran, and sold The EdTech SaaS FeedbackPanda after bootstrapping the company for just two years. In 2019, he launched The Bootstrapped Founder
Austin Rief is the COO of The Morning Brew. The Morning Brew is a new media company bringing you informative and digestible business news.
Ben Collins is a freelance data analyst/developer/visualizer. He writes write about working with data, with a particular focus on how-to articles for learning data analytics and building dashboards, using Google Sheets, Apps Script and Data Studio.
Ben is the founder of Makerpad
Bereket is a 12-year-old developer based in Toronto, Canada. He is on a mission to make the world better through software.
He is sharing his journey as a young maker on Twitter.
Brent is best known for founding the Code-Free Startup, where over 10000 non-technical founders have learned how to build apps without needing a computer science degree.
Caleb runs a two-person video production company in San Diego, California whose clients range from Smart Passive Income to tech start-ups like Gumroad. He is the founder of DIY Video Guy and a co-founder of Fizzle.
Cathryn Lavery is an entrepreneur and creator. She is the cofounder and creator of Best Self.
Corey Haines is a marketer and entrepreneur. He has built multiple products targeted at marketers including two paid courses. He is the former Head Of Growth at Baremetrics.
Craig Mod is a writer, photographer, and walker. He creates essays, books, podcasts and newsletters based on the intersection of his core interests. A lot of his work focuses on walking in Japan, publishing, startups and photography.
Damon Chen is a serial creator and bootstrapper. He founded Testimonial.to and embed.so.
He builds his projects in public.
Dan is a web developer and designer. He runs multiple SaaS products, with a strong focus on the Ghost Platform.
Daniel worked at Amazon for 8 years before leaving to focus on his own projects. He is exploring multiple areas of entrepreneurship include infoproduct creation and a computer software business. He has had a lot of success in digital product sales in a short period time.
David Perell is on a mission to teach thousands of people to write online, share their ideas, and build an online audience. He does this via multiple ways on the Perell.com website.
Dianna is the founder of Terra, an artisan candle shop. The business has become a huge success. She previously founded Budget Meal Planner.
Gabe is the founder of the dev tool Divjoy. He is currently building the project in publi to $100k/year.
Janel is a maker and marketer. She is an advocate of the build in public philosophy and is very active on Twitter. She loves exploring the intersection of business and tech.
Joel Runyon is an athlete and entrepreneur. He is the founder of IMPOSSIBLE – a company dedicated to helping people push their limits and do impossible things.
Jon Yongfook is an author, entrepreneur and digital nomad. He has founded and sold multiple successful businness. His current focus is Bannerbear.
Kate Kendall is a British-Australian indie entrepreneur, community builder, writer, and advisor. She’s the founding director of Indie Labs: a startup advisory studio and product firm that includes Atto.VC, The Fetch and IndieConf. She also founded CloudPeeps.
Kenneth creates resources to help other developers. He has created products to help people learn more about tools such as Python and Vim. He also created an app to help developers create and sell courses.
Kevin is the founder of Software Ideas and Coder Notes.
Kieran is a serial creator. He builds businesses and side projects without code.
KP is a prolific creator that is active in the no-code and build-in-public communities. He likes to build communities and curated resources. He shares what he has learned via Twitter, his blog and his newsletter.
Li Jin is the founder and Managing Partner at Atelier, an early-stage VC firm. Her work explores consumer trends, internet culture, and new consumer-facing platforms. She is a strong advocate of The Passion Economy.
Mariam Hakobyan is the founder of Softr. She is working to build the future of nocode.
Marie Poulin is a self-employed interactive designer and digital strategist. She is the host of Notion Office Hours, creator of Run Your Learning Launch, Digital Strategy School, and co-founded Oki Doki with her husband.
Michele Hansen is the co-founder of Geocodio and cohost of the Software Social Podcast. She has a strong focus on customer resource.
Monica is a software developer and maker. In 2019, she left her job at a high-growth startup in Berlin to pursue building her own products full-time.
Mubashar “Mubs” Iqbal is a serial maker. He has designed, developed and launched multiple products in niches related to cryptocurrency, movies and podcasts. He is the co-founder of FounderPath and was the 2016 Product Hunt Maker Of The Year.
Nat Eliason is the founder of the marketing agency Growth Machine and co-founder of Cup & Leaf tea.
Nathan Baschez has worked in product roles at Substack, Gimlet, and General Assembly. He founded a company aimed at reinventing books, called Hardbound and co-created Product Hunt.
Noah Kagan is the Chief Sumo at Sumo.com and AppSumo.com. Before that he was a cubicle monkey at Intel, #30 at Facebook and #4 at Mint.
Pat Flynn is a beloved thought leader in the areas of online entrepreneurship, digital marketing, and lifestyle businesses. He is routinely celebrated for his transparent leadership style and authentic principles.
Pat Walls is the founder of Starter Story and Pigeon for Gmail. He also launched The 24 Hour Startup Challenge. He blogs at PatWalls.com about his journey
Paul is a startup founder who is building in public. He co-founded Copy.ai.
Pete is an indie maker and advocate of the no-code movement. He writes about his experience building at online business at PeteCodes.io
Peter Askew builds businesses based on interesting domain names. He buys descriptive one or two word .com’s that address a pain point or market need.
Peter is the founder of Nomad List, Remote | OK and Hoodmaps. He travels to work from anywhere, bootstraps side projects into open startups and only owns what fits in his backpack. He also made 12 startups in 12 months.
Pierre de Wulf
Pierre de Wulf is an indie hacker and bootstrapper. He has founded multiple SaaS businesses and is publicly documenting the journey. His main focus is the web-scraping API ScrapingBee.
Rishi Trapathy is a builder, writer and entrepreneur. He is passionate about startups, product management and building in public.
Rosie Sherry is a community builder, indie hacker, founder and unschooling mother. She is fascinated by the world of community, marketing, ethical business, unschooling and technology/software testing. She is currently the community manager for Indie Hackers.
Ryan Hoover is the founder of Product Hunt. He has authored over 150 posts, both at his blog and at industry publications. He is passionate about startups, product design, and personal growth.
Sergio Mattei is a maker, entrepreneur, self-taught programmer and student. He is the founder of Makerlog.
Seth Kramer is an entrepreneur living in Washington DC. He is interested in technology, online education and the digital economy. He is best known for the resources he is creating for the no-code community.
Sharath is a creative that embodies the no-code philosophy. He is very community focused and shares the bulk on his insights at his Twitter account.
Shu is a writer/videographer from Tokyo, Japan. He makes videos on Youtube and writes articles about note-taking, productivity, lifestyle and passive income.
Simon Owens is a longtime journalist, marketer, and PR professional. He currently publishers a newsletter, hosts a podcast and is a freelance journalist.
Sol is the founder of Examine.com
Spencer Fry is a serial entrepreneur. He has co-founded three bootstrapped companies. He is currently the founder and CEO of Podia.
Steph is a growth marketer, writer, and indie maker. She regularly blogs about remote work, continuous improvement, women in tech, and learning to code. She started learning to code in Feb 2018 and has built several projects that support women in tech.
Tiago Forte is an expert on productivity and delivering quality online education. He has revolutionized the productivity and knowledge management spaces by introducing such ideas as P.A.R.A and building a Second Brain.
Vlad Magdalin is the co-founder and CEO of Webflow.
Whit Anderson is a startup founder. He works at a startup accelerator called Techstars and runs the Bad Unicorn product studio. He is an advocate of the build in public and no code movements.
Zoe works at the intersection of technology and products. She documents how she build products to solve business and productivity problems.
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