Michael Wullink

@michaelw

Developer from the Netherlands who loves making lean software.
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  • Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Joined February 2020
What do you use for recurring SaaS billing?
Developer from the Netherlands who loves making lean software.

I've been using Mollie myself,
however it's a bit unclear to me if it is available in South Africa, they do support a lot of payment methods. www.mollie.com/en/recurring

Should I charge for this tool I've built?
Developer from the Netherlands who loves making lean software.

Hi!

Ah I see clever, I think the value proposition is indeed in the preprocessing. I did get an e-mail this morning so that worked like a charm. It did have only one item in it, but that probably has to do with my search query. Suggestions for keywords would be a very helpful feature I think. I will try to optimize my keywords a bit and see tge results tommorow! If you want me to test some more things just drop me a line :)

Outside lover 🏔 Data science, python dev and wannabe indiemaker ✌🏼

Awesome. I changed your query from 'C#, saas, microservices' to 'C# AND (saas OR microservices)', I think it may bring more results. The original search is equivalent to 'C# AND saas AND microservices', so tweets would have to have all those words in them, less likely.

I'm happy to change it back to the original one tho

Here are the results for the 2 queries:
C# AND (saas OR microservices)

C#, saas, microservices

Should I charge for this tool I've built?
Developer from the Netherlands who loves making lean software.

I definitely like the idea! If the leads are good why wouldn't you charge money for it? Just out of curiosity, is there some additional logic you apply or the search is just for the keywords that the subscriber provides?

Outside lover 🏔 Data science, python dev and wannabe indiemaker ✌🏼

Glad you liked it Michael, I saw you subscribed as well (thanks!). I add some keywords to the search that make the tweets more likely to be about jobs. It's still improving and I keep modifying it make it better. The main goals are
- exclude tweets from accounts that are to spammy
- not exclude tweets that are jobs
- exclude tweets that are not actual jobs

For example, for someone whose search term is 'remote javascript', the search would be this one: twitter.com/search?q=(%22look…

Did you get an email this morning? If yes, were the results relevant?

Cheers!

Developer from the Netherlands who loves making lean software.

Hi!

Ah I see clever, I think the value proposition is indeed in the preprocessing. I did get an e-mail this morning so that worked like a charm. It did have only one item in it, but that probably has to do with my search query. Suggestions for keywords would be a very helpful feature I think. I will try to optimize my keywords a bit and see tge results tommorow! If you want me to test some more things just drop me a line :)

Outside lover 🏔 Data science, python dev and wannabe indiemaker ✌🏼

Awesome. I changed your query from 'C#, saas, microservices' to 'C# AND (saas OR microservices)', I think it may bring more results. The original search is equivalent to 'C# AND saas AND microservices', so tweets would have to have all those words in them, less likely.

I'm happy to change it back to the original one tho

Here are the results for the 2 queries:
C# AND (saas OR microservices)

C#, saas, microservices