The startup community has been steadily evolving ever since the rise of the internet. Over the course of the past decade, the idea of a "lean startup" has become increasingly prevalent. This methodology relies heavily on validated learning. In practice, this means testing your product with real customers as soon as possible.
For independent startup founders and people just starting out, it is however not always easy to find an audience for your product. For this reason, more and more people have starting developing their products in public, posting regular status updates and providing insights into the business. Not only is this great marketing for them, but also provides valuable insights for other startup founders.
Below, I have compiled a list of various resources related to makers (startup founders) building their products in public: