My name is Javi (“hah-bee”), but most people know me by my screen name rameerez.
I’m an independent software developer and I’ve been building software products for the past few years.
I like building cool things on the internet, so I work on turning my own ideas into real things other people can use.
I do what I do as a means of creative expression. Software and internet businesses just happen to be my artistic medium. Code is the best tool I’ve found to make the kind of things I want to create.
Most of my projects I do alone as an indie hacker: I single-handedly design, code and operate them. I try to stay independent, so all the focus goes towards my users and not towards 3rd party interests, like VCs pushing you to artificially grow your startup.
I don’t focus on a single industry or niche. I just try to use the tools at my disposal to solve my own problems, which sometimes happens to help others solve their own problems too.
Millions of people across the world use software I’ve built, including people at companies like Google, Uber or Adobe. My work has been featured in top international media like The Wall Street Journal, Vox, Fast Company, The Next Web and dozens of other publications worldwide.
I love working with cutting-edge technology. Particularly, I’m into Artificial Intelligence / data science and Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI)
- Here’s a list of all the projects I’ve created.
- Here’s my blog.
- Here are my press appearances.
- Wanna get in touch?
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