Welcome to my monthly… eh, weekly update. Sorry, I fell into the hustle trap and lost focus on the bigger plan. I coded a lot, met great people, and changed plans again. DevOps Metrics will be released this year with a cut scope. So, you can use it already, and I can develop the product further with your feedback. Read more in the following sections of my weekly update on bootstrapping a SaaS offering.
Long time no see. What happened in the last weeks, and why did it take me so long to write an update? Clients got in between and summer parties. Life happens. But no worries, also a lot of things at DevOps Metrics moved forward. Conference talks, UI updates, and proof of concepts with customers.
Hey folks! I am excited to share what happened in the last two weeks. I am not alone anymore. Significant progress on the UI side, first plans for integrations, and VCs are knocking on my door. Wait, what?! Yes, I don’t understand it either. Read more in my update post.
We are still in the first month of building in public, and I already change the process of writing my weekly updates. Switching to a bi-weekly rhythm keeps it sustainable for me. Read below why. This time the update will also be in a shorter format, easier digestible for you.
The second week of bootstrapping and building in public is over. But there was not so much ‘building’ in the sense of software building involved so far. I am reaching out to interested people and trying to understand why they are interested in DevOps Metrics, their challenges in managing software development teams, and their job in general.