Indie Dojo is a one-week bootcamp that will give you a step-by-step blueprint for moving from a blank page to a launch-ready web product.
You will learn from a team of instructors who have built, bootstrapped, and launched their own successful projects on the web. Learn more.
Justin Jackson is a Canadian entrepreneur, author, podcaster, public speaker, and YouTuber. He advises software and SaaS companies on growth, marketing, JTBD, and product development. He was Product Manager at Sprintly and Mailout, and has consulted on marketing & growth for startups in London, San Francisco, Boulder, and Portland.
Maciej is a developer and entrepreneur. He was born in Poland but now lives in London. Maciej organises Codecamps in Flip Flops and works on his own projects. In his previous life, he was a city trader.
This bootcamp is for you if:
While becoming a designer or developer takes years, that doesn't mean you can't learn valuable skills in just a few days. Even understanding what skills you need and how to acquire them is hugely beneficial. And if you have any specific areas you're interested in, our instructors will be happy to answer your questions and point you in the right direction.
By booking a camp, you get:
Many people dream of going to Japan but it's not always easy to find a chance to go. So we thought that we'd give you a reason to pack your bags and finally visit this beautiful country!
Kyoto, one of the best-preserved cities in Japan, is very walkable, and convenient to access from Osaka’s Kansai International Airport. And what's more, there's no better place to enjoy Japan's famous multi-colored autumn leaves , or kōyo.
No. This is not a coding bootcamp, and a single week would not be enough time to learn to code. You can still gain valuable insights from the camp even if you don't know how to code though, and we will be able to point you in the right direction if you do want to learn.
While having an existing product is not required, you'll get more out of the camp if you're already working on a specific project or at least have an idea you want to develop.
We'll all meet at 9:30 and start class. We'll cover 2-3 topics in the morning, break for lunch, then cover one or two topics in the the afternoon.
Then, from 3pm on you'll spend the rest of the day to putting into practice what you've learned. Instructors will assist you if you get stuck and will help you to move forward with your project.
If you cannot attend, you may receive a full refund if you request before TWO months prior to the event. You are entitled to 50% of the fee if you request ONE month before the event.
If you request a refund within one month of the event, we won't be able to refund you (although you're welcome to sell your spot to somebody else).