From early Uber employee to raising $750k with a Bubble MVP
Carley Lake, co-founder of Lucky Sweater, transitioned from a successful six-year tenure at Uber to the entrepreneurial world by harnessing the power of no-code tools to build her MVP. Leveraging her experience and insights gained in Silicon Valley, Carley crafted the initial version of Lucky Sweater, an innovative app for community-based clothing swaps, using Bubble.
How spending $100k on developers kickstarted JJ Englert's career as a professional no-code developer
JJ is a Bubble pro and familiar name in the community but until recently he was actually a filmmaker. In this interview he tells us how wasting huge amounts on developers ignited his passion for learning nocode.
How a dad on paternity leave used no-code to start a $$$ online business
David Bressler had only been learning Bubble for three weeks when his site for creating Excel formulae using A.I. went viral. Less than 9 months later he’s switched to part-time in his day job to focus more on growing his new business.
How a lawyer turned redundancy into opportunity and became a no-code solopreneur
Kate was a lawyer for over 7-years until she was suddenly let go from her job. Thankfully she’d already been dabbling with no-code tools, so it wasn’t long before she’d identified some problems in the legal space she could solve with a SaaS. She’s now a solopreneur and tech founder running her own fledgling SaaS helping international companies overcome post-Brexit administrative barriers.
How a marketer changed career to no-code developer after seeing an Instagram advert
Tobi shares his journey of transitioning from a digital marketer to a full-time no-code developer, from discovering Bubble through a video ad and learning how to build his first app using YouTube tutorials and forums. He goes into detail about the challenges and eventually rewards from this new and exciting career path. Thanks for the insights Tobi!