The MakerMag New Year Questionnarie
I completed this MakerMag questionnarie today, and decided I wanted to save my answers. I wouldn't be able to do this with my blog, but hey, that's the beauty of 200wad.
Introduce yourself :) (e.g. name, age, indie products made, job, social media handles, etc.)
Hi! I'm Miguel Piedrafita, a 16-year-old maker. I'm working on too many things, including *checks MakerLog profile* Maker Army, UnMarkDocs, Makers Up, OrgManager, some little chrome extensions, and some open-source projects. I'm @m1guelpf on Twitter, GitHub, and MakerLog.
How was 2018 for you?
2018 was the year where I used my coding knowledge to actually make stuff. I did a lot of things, like creating a coding community, a SaaS app, starting another (another SaaS app), collaborating a lot to OSS, two or three more apps, etc. Here's an article I wrote if you want more details: https://miguelpiedrafita.com/2018
Did you have any goals and resolutions that you achieved or not in 2018? Care to share some experiences and difficulties along the way?
I did have a list of 2018 goals, but I seem to have lost it 😅. There were probably to launch UnMarkDocs (done), to earn money on the internet (done) to make friends & join cool communities (done) and to get better at design (not done yet).
What are your main 2019 goals and resolutions, both in your personal life and indie-making?
Here's my list for making goals:
- Make $1000 on the internet
- Actually learn design
- Actually learn marketing
- Publish an article every week
- Reach ProductHunt #1
- Get to 5000 Twitter followers
- Go to LaraconEU
- Speak at a meetup
- Launch 12 products
For personal life, my goals are studying and keeping my parents happy so I can keep coding.
Anything in the pipeline that you want to share with the Maker Mag community?
Which country are you in right now?
Any statement or quote you want to share for 2019 :)?
"If you set your goals ridiculously high and it's a failure, you will fail above everyone else's success." —Jim Cameron