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Cindy's Newsletter #6 - My new Micro SaaS tech stack
I want to be able to build many micro SaaS apps quickly and cheaply, so I've been thinking about my stack.
For my next project, I've been assembling a new technological stack to create micro SaaS apps quickly and cheaply before jumping in the code. I've not put it to the test yet, but I figured it would be interesting to share how I've reasoned about it.
I'm now working with small clients, but I was previously working on bigger enterprise projects where the concerns were different, and I'm missing a few tools in my (virtual) tool bag for the smaller, more nimble stuff. I also have ideas that I want to bring to life and I'm looking to build a set of technologies I can reuse across projects and get to the main features quicker.
Since this one is pretty long, you can read the rest on my blog at https://cindypotvin.com/coming-up-with-with-my-new-micro-saas-technological-stack/
I’ve been soldering a bunch of new temperature/humidify sensors and adding some new wiring in the house for a wifi antenna so I can collect data farther from the house and potentially add some new automations to my Home Assistant setup. The new hardware itself will go out in the Spring, but I’m doing the setup I can indoor for now.
I’ve also done a bit of housekeeping on my blog so it’s now clearer that I’m a freelancer. It’s been a few months since it’s official and I gave my notice, but I was not done going through everything to advertise my new status better.
Feeling of the week
I’m in a cleaning mood and finishing up things, I hope it will hold!
Ways I can help you
I can write blog articles for you on technical subjects around web development and mobile development. I can also write about hobby-level Arduino, 3D printing and home automation subjects.
I’m now all setup to sell my handcranked wool socks on Etsy and my own site. Head to https://manibas.com for yours!
For my Canadian friends, I have a nano business selling seeds from my garden at https://sentiersperdus.net/en. Sorry, due to various phytosanitary concerns, it’s hard to ship those outside Canada.
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