I Quit!

More specifically: I quit my job, to start my own business.

For the last couple of years, I spent a lot of time working on personal projects next to my day time job. I even decided to work four days instead of five to spend an extra day doing what I love: getting my hands dirty on stuff I came up with myself.

Because it still feels like I still have too little time and I want to focus on building my own products, I decided to quit my job. Which is a really big step for me.

What will I be doing?

The last couple of months I have been working on a project which I will soon post more information about. Most of my time in the near future will be spent on this product’s launch and I hope to do so soon. I am really excited about this and is the main reason I decided to take the plunge and quit my job.

In the meantime, I want to focus some more on pet projects like Drammit and Open Source Software I have on my GitHub account. It’s been quite a while since I made the time to improve on them. I always loved to put effort in projects like these.

Also, blogging. I used to love writing about stuff I learned on my blog, but I quickly lost interest when development became a day to day thing. It felt like everything I could write about was already on the Internet, explained by much smarter people than I. Now that I can plan my own time, I will try to include blogging in my day to day tasks.

Expect articles about React, Redux, and how to tackle certain problems while making (web) apps.

Available for hire

Aside from all of the above, I will be available for hire. I plan on taking on some jobs to pay the bills and expenses made working on my projects.

Feel free to contact me if you’re looking for an expert in JavaScript, React, and web applications. I am available for freelance jobs.

For more information, please check out my company’s website at: https://theclevernode.com.

Onwards to a bright future

I am very excited to start working on all the ideas I have and figure out what my future is going to look like.

For now I am curious, excited, and calm at the same time. Only time can tell how well all will work out.