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Went to the Dutch Chamber of Commerce yesterday to finish my CoC registration and so Juun Software was born!
I'll be switching to a 32 hour work week for my current employer and spend at least 8 hours a week for my own business.
I'm already working on a project (some custom software for a startup), but it's hard next to a 40 hour work week.
I've got everything covered financially, so I can just sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride
So remember that name, Juun Software.
You'll be seeing it next to Microsoft, Apple, and Google in a couple of years
Good luck - pro tip: make customer relations your #1 priority. Then make it your #2 one as well. Customers will be more forgiving of late delivery, bugs, whatever than they will be of being left in the dark and not communicated honestly with.
I hope to go to 24/16 in a year or so.
The next step would be full time I guess.
The benefit of 32/8 is that I don't need any income from my own business at all to pay my bills and so I've got practically 0% (financial) risk.
Does it mean that if I pay you 25€ now... I will get 50% of the stock?
Give me you bank data and I make you the transfer right now
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
I'm sorry to inform you those positions are already taken.
Sander Rossel is currently my CTO and the CIO is Sander Rossel.
Please contact Sander Rossel, he handles the hiring, for further inquiries about jobs.
For other questions please contact Sander Rossel, who's in charge of the helpdesk
Best of luck.
When I started out with Comport Computing, I had a similar desire to yours.
But, I ended up being the CEO and Janitor, too.
I left a 40 hour work week and ended up working 80 hours a week. I did have more fun and made more mon ey than before, but relaxing only made me lose business.
Then I ended up losing it all when I had a stroke.
Now I'm trying to figure out how to start over again.
Some people never learn, not even the hard way.
I'm still finishing a PHD and a business degree, too.
I could just retire, but I tried that fpor a few days and decided it was too boring!
CQ de W5ALT
Walt Fair, Jr., P. E. Comport Computing Specializing in Technical Engineering Software