Thinking about a digital nomad lifestyle, many people imagine a young lady or a guy, lying with a laptop on the beach. The person holds a tropical drink, from time to time typing something on her/his tiny laptop. Digital nomad works for 1-2 hours and spends the rest of the day surfing or partying at the nearest club. What’s more, the person is most probably a programmer.
Is that all true or just a set of stereotypes? In today’s article I’m debunking the 5 biggest myths about remote workers who decided to travel the world.
In today’s article we’re taking a look at remote work organization. How to organize a remote team of programmers? How to do that efficiently? There are a few simple techniques that can make the team’s communication and cooperation much smoother and better. I’m sharing 5 useful tips to make remote teams working better.
The tips mentioned in this article can be applied to not only team of software developers, but to any kind of remote team that involves communication and cooperation between its members
Guide for java or swift programmers who want to learn the other language.
On October 21, 2019 I had the pleasure to participate in the Silesian edition of the 4DEVELOPERS conference in Katowice, which is the Silesian edition of the largest technology festival for programmers in Poland. The conference was addressed mainly to programmers who are familiar with Microsoft technologies. There were 32 lectures given by 32 speakers, and around 400 participants attended the entire event.
You’ve probably heard the term digital nomad already. It’s been getting more and more popular – and being overused – lately. So who really call themselves digital nomads? How programming allows to work and travel the world? I’m trying to address these questions in today’s article ?
Last year I had the pleasure of attending the DevConf 2019 in Krakow, Poland. It was a two day IT conference with multiple lectures and presentations taking place simultaneously. It served as a great opportunity for all attendees to delve into a vast array of topics like technology or self-growth to name a few.
In this short note I would like to recommend a few interesting talks to watch at home. Here are my six picks: