Indie Hackers

A 🔐 Collection
by Abraham Kim in 1 part

327 words

Notes about indie hackers. 

 You're an indie hacker if you've set out to make money independently. That means you're generating revenue directly from your customers, not indirectly through an employer. Other than that, there are no requirements! 

 Indie hackers are often solo founders, software engineers, and bootstrapped, but it's totally okay if you have cofounders, can't code, and have raised money. 

Definition from:
Dedicating yourself while remaining grounded