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Solopreneur Stuart Bolen Heads to the Cloud

After 15 years as an Instrumentation & Electrical Specialist Stuart Bolen decided something was missing. With the support of his family he went back to school and discovered a new life as the owner of cloud computing company - Ajole

"I felt something was missing in my life so I went back to school to find it. I found "it" in computers. I love computers and I love to code. I am working on my degree in Information Technology Web Development using .NET framework. I still work full time, have a family and just started this business online. The business is new to me but I want to provide services worldwide to anyone or business that needs a hosting company. I also provide hundreds of website templates for free if someone wants to download one." -Stuart Bolen, Founder, Ajole

Working from the .Net Framework allows Stuart to use different programming languages such as VB.Net, C#, Jscript, VBScript, and Managed C++ and run applications on different platforms. He can work with platforms like Unix, Macintosh, and Linux. The overall goal of a .Net Framework is to use various stock templates that make developing applications faster, easier, and cheaper. With over 20 different programming languages in its wheelhouse, Ajole is suitable to host almost any type of business or website. Take a look at these affordable prices:

Technical details aside, Stuart's story is dear to our own minimalist hearts. He dared to move away from what was expected and begin a new journey as the one-man show owner of Ajole - what we affectionately call a "solopreneur." I love writing blogs like this because when people like Stuart share his or her story of crushing fear to do things differently, other readers will find inspiration. Best of luck to Stuart and Ajole, Home of Wealth readers will be watching!  

 

 

 

  • Tracy Freese
  • adventureentrepreneurminimalist lifestyleminimalist livingminimalist technologyreclaimstart up