Remote work

Why the Hybrid Model will fail

Software developers love distributed teams. Poll after poll shows this and while you will find the odd exception, the trend seems clear. It's not that the pandemic has shown developers the...

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The real divide

Years ago, I was visiting a prospective client and was invited to meet the team at a farewell drink at the office. The CIO told me about their remote policy: people...

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Distributed Team Leader

Now that distributed teams are finally adopted by the mainstream, productivity soars and work-life balance is better. Most developers, designers and writers are happy to be back in control of...

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Mobile jobs

This is not a post about mobile phones, but about working from home. From wherever, really. I was a kid in the 80's. I was a teenager in the 90's. When we...

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Face to face is easier. But for who?

Remote work is on the rise. While the amount of 100% distributed companies is still small, part-time work-where-you-like policies are the new normal. Most tech companies allow occasional remote work....

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Flexiblity is a superpower

Every company calls itself flexible. It's one of those meaningless buzzwords used to attract talent. Most businesses are extremely rigid in their mindset. I regularly hear from companies that think starting...

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How to attract senior developers

There is a shortage of experienced developers and when it comes to job offers, most of us get our fair share on a weekly basis. Most job posts, however, are just...

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The future is semi-remote

“At least I’m not in a traffic jam…” Nobody enjoys commutes. Not a single person. Yet most of us leave home in the morning, face rush hour madness and move to a far-away...

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