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MY NAME IS
Ognjen Regoje
BUT YOU CAN CALL ME OGGY


I make things that run on the web (mostly).
More /ABOUT me.

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The Marketplace Guide
A collection of lessons for the early stages of building a marketplace startup.
https://themarketplace.guide

/ABOUT

My name is Ognjen, but you can call me Oggy

I make things that run on the web (mostly). I'm a Staff Software Engineer at Doctolib. Previously I was the technical co-founder at Supplybunny.com. I also worked at a consultancy and I freelanced building very early stage products.

I also wrote a guidebook about the early stages of building a marketplace that is based on my experience working on Supplybunny.

I'm currently not exploring new positions but please do get in touch via email at me@ognjen.io or on LinkedIn just to connect or talk shop.

My stack

I prefer using Rails, Vue and SASS.

But have used (or am curently using) many other things such as:

I also help other companies with tech and product, especially SMEs, as FOREND.digital including:

I also make some (mostly pun-based) graphics.

I'm thinking about ways to make tech (as in software and the industry) more human-friendly. To that end, I write about product development, ethics, privacy, etc. I also write about interesting technical issues (and solutions) or product ideas I've had.

Feel free to email me at me@ognjen.io to talk shop or just chat.

/LATEST POSTS


2022

July 20, 2022

Don't forget, .org sucks

It isn't a legitimately controlled TLD (107)

February 07, 2022

Embedding links in Jekyll

A partial and a script for quickly fetching open graph data and embedding it in a Jekyll page (349)

February 02, 2022

We will never sell your data

Unless... (214)

January 31, 2022

XKCD#936-like Password generator

An experiment to generate long but easy to remember passwords, partially inspired by XKCD #936 (155)

January 29, 2022

Answer HN: Does your team use feature flags?

My answer to an Ask HN. Yes, particularly for features that are still too complex and for features that deal with money. (136)

/LATEST PROJECT 8 more »


Supplybunny Live link

Supplies ordering platform for HORECA

In numbers

Buyers Suppliers Monthly GMV Cloud cost
12k 350 6 figures $150

Scope

Original version was built over approximately two weeks to include supplier onboarding and product search. It's continuously been improved upon for the past ~4 years to include a very wide range of features comparable to any ecommerce platform.

Stack

Rails with nginx and MySQL. Sidekiq runs the queue, redis is for caching, elasticsearch for search. Front-end was originally Backbone.js but has been migrated to Vue. Stats run off MongoDB.

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