What are the best learning resources you've come across related to building in public movement?

Sharath Kuruganty
24 replies
It can be anything - books, articles, podcasts, talks, videos, Twitter threads etc.


Solomon Bush
Best resources I have found are open source repos. Find an open source project you respect, and see how the professionals are writing and structuring code.
Mike T
Honestly, joining a group with some makers building in public (on Telegram for example – WIP, Makerlog, etc). You get to watch people doing it daily, and occasionally come across new ideas or just get to come along as a ride-along watching it happen.
Ricky Charpentier
I'd say just being part of communities in general, and engaging and interacting with others who are doing it. Here, on IndieHackers, or Twitter. Also, there's nothing like doing it yourself. I'm building Schedulr in public on twitter (@TheRickyIO) and it has taught me so much about the indie hacking journey marketing, and building a saas as a solo founder. Happy to connect on there as well!
Komal Narwani
@therickyio @rickfiyah i'd love to know where you saved all of this - perhaps you can share more below ⤵️ https://www.producthunt.com/disc...
Ricky Charpentier
@komalnarwani I wish I had a good answer for you! I typically just save good treads to my twitter bookmarks and refer to them when needed.
Krisna Express
always write a good comment
Jessica L Williams
Before hearing about building in public, I learned about "creating out loud" from @sarahavenir's Gather the People book and course: https://gatherthepeople.com/
After spending lots of time on reading business books and articles I think it is all pointless. It’s like getting someone else lottery ticket. What have worked in one case might not work in another or even be harmful. Time will be much better spent on building or talking to customers rather than reading other success stories. Good for motivation but it’s just a form of procrastination. That’s my 2 cents. I might be very wrong, same as other people and all these resources 😁
David J. Kim
@zdanovi Reading too much is a form of action faking. It's like the title "you can't teach a kid to ride a bike in a seminar".
Saurabh Chandarana
I have found joining the communities specific to Building in public on social media platforms like Twitter and also IndieHacker quite beneficial.
Glorious Builders
Social Media platforms are the best resource nowadays
Oni Busayo
I do like to have an ideal about it too.
Amit Rana
Always write a valuable comment
Chelsia Goh
You can approach people who have been successful in building communities! For example, you can go to large telegram communities, look for their admins and contact them for tips on how they've built the community! I got my community building tips from an admin of an active SG design telegram group with almost 2k members.
Jareer Samad
Ultimately building the product in public comes down to sharing the success and failures along the way. Taking feedback from others and helping others by giving useful feedback.
Vladimir Chernetsov
Google is a best choice. It may give you reply to any question without delay. All you need is to know good question
Komal Narwani
I've used indie hackers a lot - think this helps significantly
Erbil Yaman
Following #BuildInPublic masters like https://twitter.com/Koustubha_D https://twitter.com/yongfook https://twitter.com/coolnalu https://twitter.com/thisiskp_ https://twitter.com/realdavidlobo on Twitter, Linkedin, ... Observing and modeling how they operate is one of the best ways to learn.
Ege Yalçınkaya
I’ve come across @Learn_Startups Twitter account couple of days ago. There are helpful contents to check if you are a fresh founder like myself.
Begüm Avcı
I've recently started to follow a podcast called "Product Journey" and they also have an episode on building in public! Here's a link for those who want to check it out: https://open.spotify.com/show/1w...
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