Three months ago, our startup studio released the an open-source code project to bootstrap software-as-a-service businesses. This open-source code project written in the GO programming language is expected to transform Alaska’s startup ecosystem and beyond.
The SaaS Startup Kit is a set of libraries in Go and boilerplate Golang code for building scalable software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications.
The goal of the open-source project is to document repeatable patterns for building SaaS products. This gives software engineers a foundation for building a new SaaS applications. It increases the speed of innovation by enabling software engineers and entrepreneurs to build and scale SaaS products.
Over the last few months, momentum on the project has been growing. We want to help accelerate the adoption of this open-source project by creating an educational blog.
Today we added a blog section to the SaaS Startup Kit website. And published a first draft of the first blog post:
We are looking to hire a freelancer to write at 2-4 blog posts per month. However, this project will only be for the first blog post. Once we build a good relationship on the first blog post, we can discuss a long-term ongoing engagement.
The first blog post should be on "Building GOlang Web Apps with Bootstrap UI". We have an example web app in GO already that uses bootstrap.
Experience with coding is beneficial and bonus if you have experience with GOlang.