Playing the long game
Navigating my 20s while roaming around the world for nice food, good WiFi and great people. Interested in software, bootstrapped businesses, cryptocurrencies, travel and writing
Here's a list of some of the projects I've built over time. Most of them are defunct.
My hypothesis is that success is composed mostly of sticking around long enough, showing up often, and focusing on output quantity rather than quality, to strike gold.
I'm still working on it.
SaaS targeting the brazilian market for ticket management
Quotation generation tool target small businesses in Brazil
Defunct SaaS that provided a full kit of tools for online counselors and therapists to conduct their work online
Platform that connected people seeking counseling and/or therapy with professional therapists
Telegram bot and web application that continuously monitored crypto markets for fiat spreads in different countries
Web index of various Telegram communities
SaaS that provided features for freelancers to fully manage projects, clients, financials, and invoices
Tea stands for Trabalho em progresso, Portuguese for Work In Progress. Built to mimic the function of WIP.co's wipbot
Marketplace where creators could upload art and open storefronts to sell physical products featuring their art
Web app where you could upload any photo, get it printed on a mug, and delivered to you
Online store that sold a variety of mugs, t-shirts, and posters inspired by internet culture
SaaS offering complete functionality to manage medical clinics
Link-shortener featuring famous brazilian tv personality Fausto Silva
Web app that would drop you in a random moment in a perpetual stream of Brazilian round-table podcast Não Ouvo
Startup dedicated to connecting free-agent salespeople with companies looking for sales efforts
Marketplace that enabled ordering your groceries from home
Journaling software presented as a microblogging tool, sort of like a private Twitter with a note-taking focus