Hi there!

I'm rameerez, a solo developer making cool software products with extra design love.

I'm the creator of Guard, Hustl and Edit, among others.

I single-handedly design, code and operate my projects.

My users include people at Google, Uber, Adobe, and thousands of people in 165+ countries around the world. My work has won international awards and has been featured in top international media like Vox, Fast Company, The Next Web and dozens of other publications worldwide.

I love cutting-edge tech like AI, BCI and web3 / crypto.

From time to time I also speak at events and share my learnings and experiences. Read more about me. Want to collaborate?

Smaller projects & experiments

My latest blog posts

How to create an app from scratch: advice for new makers starting out

Aug 12, 2022  ·  6 min read

Maybe you just enrolled in a coding bootcamp. You’ve learned some JavaScript. You have an app idea, but you haven’t built anything from scratch before. You have never taken apps to market. You run into a roadblock after the dreaming phase, and don’t even know what language should you do it in, which platform to build the app for or what technologies to use. But you keep repeating to yourself: “I am gonna build it no matter what”.

How to use your Yubikey to log in via SSH to your server

Jul 6, 2022  ·  5 min read

SSH is a secure way of accessing servers. But if your private key gets compromised, an attacker can gain access to your servers. Adding Second Factor Authentication (2FA) with a Yubikey is a good option to strengthen your SSH setup, because attackers would need to get physical access to your hardware key on top of having your SSH private key.

What is an indie hacker? – A guide to indie hacking

Feb 19, 2022  ·  29 min read

Going indie is almost as if you realize you don’t need anyone’s permission or financial support to just start hacking on projects and building cool stuff. Almost as if the illusion of venture capital vanishes right in front of your eyes, and you figure out you can just do the thing yourself. All the good stuff of the startup world, minus the bullshit. But is it really that way?