Many developers have the dream of coding something themselves, getting a ton of customers, and making enough to triumphantly quit the 9-5.
Those that have tried know it is not quite that easy. I know personally. After building 20+ side projects, I am now gaining traction and supporting my family with my online products.
There are a lot of reasons side projects may or may not go big time. Even a great idea, perfectly coded, may not enable you to leave your employer behind. The key is filtering through lots of ideas and deciding which ones have the best chance of success. In this session we will discuss some of the major factors to weigh when starting a new venture.
If you have one idea, hundreds of ideas, or just want to have a good idea, this session will get you thinking and hopefully inspire you to start something profitable of your own.
Jesse Sutherland is a Minneapolis based entrepreneur specializing in designing and developing digital products such as SaaS web apps and WordPress products. Having worked in the interactive industry for more than 15 years first at a creative agency, and then as a freelancer, he has helped hundreds of clients design and build their digital properties.
Learn more at https://jessesutherland.com/