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.
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.