According to the latest statistics, about 40% of developers work partially remotely, and a further 12% are full-time remote developers. The remote revolution is here, and if you want to get code written, you should be prepared to build yourself a remote team.
A big part of my job is organising developers in four different locations around the world. It's not always easy, but it really pays dividends. Today, I'm talking about what you can do to make that machine run smoothly.
Productivity is a huge part of a company's success. You could have a team of the most driven, self-motivating and consistent developers, but if you don’t give them the right working environment, their productivity will eventually break down.
Youtube is a common source for formally trained or self-taught developers to upskill. From filling in small gaps in knowledge to mastering entirely new concepts, there is a video out there for it. If the majority of your time on Youtube is spent as a leisure activity, you may find it useful to subscribe to any of the following channels to squeeze some learning into your day.
As we expand, the CodeClouds hiring team find themselves working through countless amounts of resumes. Unfortunately, like many hiring teams discover, the amount of succinct, grammatically correct and visually appealing submissions are far in the minority.