Adventures in DevOps 103: How to be a Digital Nomad
In this episode the panel discusses their experiences working and living remote. We cover how to generate leads, book clients, the “multiplier effect”, and the ONE reason you don’t need revolutionary ideas to find success.
Tiny DevOps episode #13 Molood Ceccarelli — The freedom of remote working
In this episode, I'm joined by remote work strategist and agile coach, Molood Ceccarelli, who helps unpack the reasons why remote work during the pandemic is different than "normal" remote work, and discuss techniques for making remote work more effective, flexible, and free!
How can we make remote work more effective?
Its a "Remote-First" mindset, not flexible HR policies, that make or break remote work.
Is remote work doomed to failure?
I predict that within 5 years, a majority of companies with optional work-from-home policy will be migrating back to an in-person workforce. But hope is not lost for those who are intentional about building a remote-first workplace.
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True innovation requires colocation … or does it?
There are valid reasons to work together in an office, but don't let this myth be one you use.
How remote work can improve documentation
Documenation is one of the most trivial ways to increase team cohesion.
Work from a café
Cabin fever? Craving human interaction, but the office isn't open? Work from a café.