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Not exclusive to indies/bootstrappers but still with relevant content for us.
invite here](http://www.bootstrappedchat.com/) invite link currently dead, working on it!) - Slack that probably originated from the bootstrapped.fm forum. Not really moderated.
invite here](http://sideproject.xyz/)) - Slack community for people working on their sideprojects.
A public todo list for accountability, and a Telegram chat of 800+ makers. Freemium.
Both Ian and Andrey are experienced startup founders, both have had major blows and successes in their career. You can learn a lot listening to them.
Get a fly-on-the-wall perspective from 4 developers turned entrepreneurs, as they struggle with the business and learn lessons the hard way. This is the weekly mastermind group of the entreprogrammers.
by Vincent Woo
Turning the process of creating a B2B SaaS business into a formula.
Blog focused on the economics of the SaaS business model and SaaS pricing.
A lot of content for big funded startups, but still relevant to bootstrappers.
Awesome Self Funded tech companies list. Curated by Alex from @Jitbit
Not specific to indie founders:
by Tyler Tringas. - A collection of very well structured posts that cover the most initial struggles of an indie dev on the way to build a MicroSaaS. I can personally endorse it and I'm eager to read the yet to be written chapters :)
by 37signals. - More focused on building web applications, I really recommend it. Short, straight to the point, very easy to read and full of valuable content.
Side Project Books is a curated collection of books for anyone interested in building a business on the side. By Mubashar Iqbal
Collection curated by Mac Martine.
A list of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS offerings that have free tiers of interest to devops and infradev
A collection of services with great free tiers for developers on a budget
Tools of The Trade, from Hacker News.
A list of Free Software network services and web applications which can be hosted locally. Selfhosting is the process of hosting and managing applications instead of renting from Software-as-a-Service providers