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Welcome to working from home! The place where the hours you work are entirely made up and your pants don't matter.

1. Legitify - Europe's first remote online notarization solution

Legitify is an AI-powered solution using audio-video authentication that allows customers to notarize documents online remotely from anywhere.

2. Remote Hiring And Recruiting: Best Tools to Use

Hiring remote employees can benefit your business by bringing in a diverse range of skills that are scarce in your location. In turn, working remotely benefits employees by offering the option to pursue the career they want, without the need to relocate.

3. I used my iPad as my Interim Dev Machine while my Mac was down and my Reaction was - "Wow"

4. 12 Must-Have Tools For Freelancers

Being a Freelancer is tempting for many reasons, but mostly because you can do what you love and choose the projects you want to do. You can work with clients you want to work with and there is nobody breathing behind you expecting from you to make more money for them.

5. 5 Ways a Musician Can Monetize Their Skills During a Pandemic

Photo by Sincerely Media

6. Tinder for Hackathon Teams

For those of you who are Tinder users or just watchful to the tech news, you should know that the App is offering the option to match with anyone in the entire world, helping people to have virtual dates during this time of pandemic crisis.

[7. 4 Critical Tools to Stay Organized and on Top of Remote Work During the

COVID-19 Pandemic]( We are living in an unprecedented time in our society. All around the world, people are on lockdown in their homes, unable to leave except to buy groceries and supplies. Millions of businesses have shut down, some possibly never to reopen.

8. Online Hackathon to Make the Web More Fun for the Billions Stuck at Home

If nothing else, we’ve learned by way of pandemic both the strength of our Internet and how many tools are left to build. As developers, we are in an exciting position to set the standards of our new normal and lay tracks toward the next frontier. This weekend, we are hosting our first Pioneer Hackathon, an attempt to provide community for those in isolation and a bit of prize-fueled, productive fun to fight global cabin fever.

9. Choosing the Right Communication Method for Remote Engineering Discussions

TV news tells us that working from home is the new normal. Or, at least, as normal as life gets right now. Zoom is a household name and ancient jokes about wearing pajamas under the desk are doing the rounds on social media.

10. 5 Important Takeaways From 9 Remote Work Productivity Studies

For the vast majority of people in tech, one of the side effects of the Covid-19 pandemic has been the switch to working remotely. If Twitter is anything to go by, for some, this may become a long-term reality, too.

11. Dear First-Time Remote Workers,

Why “forced” distributed teams are not indicative of what remote work is usually like

12. How to Get the Most Out of Your TWS5 F9 Headphone

Charter Spectrum is one of the largest and most reliable AI- Artifical Intelligence service providers in the United States. Spectrum Internet prices are affordable and their high-speed internet provides consistently reliable download speeds. Spectrum’s download speed is usually faster when compared with other internet providers. You can compare the current plans, speeds and prices that Spectrum Internet has available this month.

To adhere to social distancing guidelines and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, it isn’t a good idea to have a technician install your Spectrum Internet service for you.

It is easy to do the installation yourself if a cable was previously connected to your home. This prevents you and your family from being exposed to the novel coronavirus, and you will avoid the additional expense incurred when a technician installs it. However, you will need some help and guidance on how to do self-installation, especially if it is your first time doing this.

Consider this being an excellent opportunity for you to lahore smart city how to do a technical installation. You won’t have to adjust your schedule to accommodate the installation time since you will do it at your own convenience. If you get stuck at any time during the process, Charter Communications customer support will help you through the installation process.

The Spectrum Internet self-installation kit is fairly easy to use, since it comes with easy step by step instructions. The package has everything you need to know during the installation of the internet service. You should confirm that the kit has every item required before you start. That way you won't have to stop in the middle of the process because an item is missing.

13. How Engineering Managers Can Organize Remote Workflow

It’s been two weeks since we took action and made working from home mandatory for all the team members. Our top priority remains the health and safety of our team members. We have a responsibility to support our communities through the health crisis caused by COVID-19.

14. More Startups Pivoting to the Home Office

Workspaces are under the microscope again but how are tech workers affected by the flexible workspaces and sharing culture of startups?

The office petri dish

15. How to Use Data to Run More Effective Virtual Meetings

One heavily discussed topic in the context of this current global crisis is running effective virtual meetings. We needed to adapt to remote work quickly. Engineering is different these days. The difference between work and home has become blurry. People have a hard time setting boundaries between work hours and home hours.

16. The 5 Best Cybersecurity Strategies and Tools for Your Remote Team

In the midst of the chaos caused by the corona pandemic, more people are working remotely than ever before. With the abrupt shift to a distributed workforce, many an IT department scrambled to put infrastructure in place to enable the operation of remote teams.

17. 5 Fun Ways to Celebrate New Years with a Remote Team

Start the new year on a positive note, encourage team bonding, and use up any remaining end of year budget.

18. How Zoom Helps Nonprofits Deliver on Their Missions

Not only did it become the new conference room, but it also became a hub for training, check-ins, and other services.

19. Time Off Isn't An Issue: The Key Practices Helping Me Lead Remotely Right Now

I’ll not deny it. I love being in a physical office with coworkers. I love being around people with the same objectives and challenges. It gives me strength and motivation.

20. The Global Market Indicates the Need for Telemedicine App Development

Telemedicine is rising with a market increase of 16.8% from 2017 to 2023. Here you will find essential data and info for your Telemedicine app development.

21. The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Managing a Remote Software Development Team

This post analyzes the role of specialized AI, particularly product management and team productivity tools, in facilitating remote software development.

22. How Profitable can Coworking be in 2022?

How coworking can still be profitable in 2022 and how to boost your revenue as a coworking operator

23. Building Remote Teams: Lessons From The Gitlab Remote Playbook

DevOps giant GitLab are one of the leading fully remote tech companies. They have produced a ‘Remote Playbook’ to guide companies looking to adopt remote workin

24. To Remote Work or Not to Remote Work? That is the Question 🤔

Every once in a while people approach me and ask what it takes to start working remotely, so I figured I could turn my talk into a short post.

25. Do Tech Companies Owe Employees Better Benefits?

Tech companies are known for the exciting benefits they offer their employees. Are those benefits enough for top talent?

26. Smit.Events Introduction: A Flexible Way for Transfering Events To Online

Hello, my name is Yan. Let me present you our new startup for online event organisation

27. How to Manage a Remote Team if You’ve Never Done It Before

Vita Baryshnikova is a Head of HR at Skyeng where 90% of employees and contractors work remotely. Vita shares her experience of creating effective processes for remote teams. These simple tips can help you prevent burnout and add transparency to your work.

28. What COVID-19 Means for the Future of Work From Home

The worldwide lockdown following the coronavirus pandemic was truly a time for remote work to shine if there ever was one. With most of the globe’s workforce being stranded in their homes and away from the office, the only solution for most was to move their labor to the remote setting.

29. Online Learning Hits All-Time High, Software Engineer Anton Novikau Brings His Expertise to Talaera

The demand for and interest in the e-learning industry has hit an all-time high.

30. How To Ensure That Your Team Is Happy With Remote Work?

A month ago saying that running a company through the crisis caused by this pandemic has been hard would be an understatement. I’m sure this has been unchartered territory for most of us. I mean, most workplaces don’t even have work from home policies that they had to design from scratch.

31. How to Make Brainstorming as a Remote Team Work

Organizing a brainstorming session doesn’t have to be a complete disconcerting event in your agenda.

32. Shadow Mode: The Dark Side of Outsourcing That Nobody Tells You About

Note: Although there are many articles about the pros and cons of outsourcing, I found nothing useful to inform the product owners about fraud prevention. It's about time to fix this. Imagine the situation: you find a suitable developer, work with them for a few weeks, then you end up seeing their code quality become poor. What is that? Lack of motivation? Dark times personally which reflect in their work? The stars aligned wrong? Or is it shadow mode?

33. Going Remote: Minimum Viable Workspace

Throughout 2020 and 2021 the mode of working changed for many people. There was less office time, moving away from big cities, and more time spent working in an unconventional spot, like on your couch or a closet so you could get someplace quite for a few minutes. As a long-time work from home employee my work changed as well, which lead me to question exactly what I needed from my work setup.

34. The Fintech CTO's Guide To Remote Team Tools and Reviews

Remote culture has never been so in demand before. The pandemic has changed the way we thought the world was likely to evolve in the nearest future. However, changes always go hand in hand with opportunities.

35. 6 Tips for Working Remotely

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, millions of people have suddenly had to relocate their office to their own homes. In normal times, around 8 million Americans work from home, but in just a few days, that number has multiplied, and then multiplied again.

36. How I bypassed Regulations to Setup Remote Access for a Client in China

Connecting to remote desktop users from China. What remote access program choose to bypass the blocking and how to translate during the session.

37. How to Preserve Your Remote Company Culture

Promoting socializing, resisting surveillance, and hosting idea sessions can help to preserve your remote company culture.

38. You Are Invited to be a Game Show App Contestant! Live Video, #Moar Audience, Remote, Open to All

With the rise of interactive live streaming, the format is no longer confined by traditional broadcast parameters, opening new opportunities.

39. Why Immersive Engagement is the Future of Events

Hybrid events are predicted to dominate 2022.

40. Thrilled to be Recognized as the #1 Startup in Santa Fe

It’s interesting that we started as a completely remote team and some of us even don't see each other in real life.

41. What Is the Difference Between Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop?

Learn what remote assistance and remote desktop are and how they differ in the process of aiding users in this article aligned with a few recommended tools.

42. Disproving 5 Remote Working Myths in 2022

There are a lot of myths around remote developer teams. We are busting them with the help of some of the best companies in the world.

43. Busting 5 Common Myths About Remote Working

In this article, we will tell you the top five myths related to remote working you should know. Let’s dive in.

44. 8 National Parks That Would Be Perfect to Work From This Summer

Who says WFH means staying chained to your desk? Try WFCampsite this summer and check out some of the most amazing National Parks the U.S. has to offer.

45. 7 Ways Telephone Systems Support Remote and Home Workers

Remote working isn’t becoming popular. It already is. The number of people who work remotely in the US has increased by 140% since 2005, with 34% of US workers saying they would take a pay cut of up to 5% in order to work from home.

46. Handling Remote Team Personality Clashes: Think Like a Shrink

To handle a remote team, you have to understand different personalities.

47. Starting and Managing a Remote-First Startup

More than 4.3 million Americans are currently working from home or on a hybrid basis. Microsoft reported more than 145 million daily active users.

48. 8 Ways to Ensure Secure Remote Work Across Your Company

As the world of work rapidly becomes “remote-first”,  and our reliance on virtual tools grows daily, cybersecurity has emerged as an urgent priority for almost every employer.

49. Don’t Tell Your Remote Employees when to Work

“Core hours” defeat the purpose of working — but what about ensuring that work is done?

50. Imagine Working for Michael Scott Remotely in 2020 - Outside "The Office"

Picture Michael Scott in a Virtual Remote Culture

51. Pioneer Challenge: Overview

The Terminal hasn't changed much since the 1980s. Every other aspect of your workflow is radically different. Especially in the last decade, we’ve seen companies transform industries with the advent of collaborative software: Figma (collaborative design), Github (collaborate code), G Suite (collaborative Word and Excel) and more.

52. Seven Expert Tips For Managers To Support Their Remote Teams

“The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it.” – Theodore Roosevelt

53. One Simple Hack For Making Remote Work Great: Trust

Remote work is on everyone’s minds right now. If you are fortunate enough to still have a job right now chances are you are doing it remotely. And you’ve probably learned that you can do your job pretty well from home - just as well as you did in the office if not better. And why is that? It’s certainly not because of the added stress of a pandemic. Could it be because your management team actually trusts you to get it done?

54. Surviving the IT Support field

Hello to everyone out there, I will attempt tell you, in this brief post, how to handle things, and/or generally try to survive in the IT Support field.

55. Seven Finalists, including Hacker Noon, Announced for Rural Colorado Virtual Pitch Event

A distributed workforce, long prophesied by the tech community, has been accelerated by a decade in the last six months.

56. How to Behave during Video Calls: 9 Rules for Communicating with Colleagues

These days most companies have asked their employees to stay at home and change their office work for a remote one. In such conditions, the issues of organizing video calls have become especially relevant. It seems that online conferences for dozens and even hundreds of people are a step towards a digital future without borders when people can work from anywhere in the world and get together for negotiations literally by click. But in reality, video calls are often not as good as you might imagine. Someone cannot install the necessary program, someone is nervous  because of the relatives in the background, and someone appears at an important conference call in his pajamas and using the nickname “DimonKiller666”. We have put together some simple rules for making video calls that will help make them comfortable for yourself and your colleagues.

57. Heroku Remote Culture: AMA with Francis Lacoste

Francis Lacoste is a Senior Director, Software Engineering at Salesforce Heroku. During Live Ask Me Anything session with Hacker Noon community he shared his experience working remote for over 20 years and main lessons he learned from it.

In Francis’s own words:

58. Working from Home During the COVID-19 Outbreak: Challenges and Tips To Help

Remote work and the associated social distancing is one of the ways to halt the outbreak of coronavirus - an enormous challenge facing the entire world in 2020. While more and more companies urge their employees to shift to working from home, and people eagerly accept the change to avoid public spaces, there are a wealth of concerns regarding what it will all be like:

59. Creative Ways Companies are Keeping Teams Sane And Connected Through WFH Mandate

Even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, remote employees and Work from Home arrangements were becoming increasingly common. An Owl Labs 2019 State of Remote Work Report found that 54% of U.S. workers work remotely at least once per month, 48% work remotely at least once per week, and 30% work remotely full-time. Global Workplace Analytics is forecasting a 25-30% increase in working remotely with adoption increasing proportionately with the amount of time we spend in shelter at home and work from home conditions due to COVID-19.

60. 4 Tips For Keeping Remote Dev Teams Motivated

Every month, dozens of software development companies come up with hundreds of ways for distributed teams to cooperate efficiently, as if they were working side by side in an open-plan office—online collaboration tools, audio and video conferencing solutions, project management systems, time tracking applications, etc.

61. Work From Home 101

Last year I broke my meniscus and had surgery. As a result, I cried a lot and worked from home for 3 months. It’s safe to say that nothing about this lockdown has surprised me, not even the part of not being able to leave the house. When life gives you lemons, write a Medium article, right? This are a few things that a picked along the way, and had actually worked great for me.

62. List of things to do in Quarantine time

Hello readers, if you are reading this it meansyou want to do something productive in your quarantine time.

63. How To Nail Your Next Remote Job Interview

Let's face it, there's a lot that could go wrong in a remote interview. The technical glitches alone could change the whole tone.

64. Takeaways from Sequoia Capital's Black Swan Memo

Soothsayer Sequoia Capital warned its portfolio companies in a memo—how can startups stay healthy?

65. Looking for a Tech Internship? Try This List of Online Resources

I’ve been managing interns for more than a year now. This is my personal collection of resources for students seeking internships in 2019.

66. 5 Virtual Team Building Activities for Tech Teams

How are we going to work on team spirit in this remote world? While most typical team-building activities don’t work over Zoom, these do.

67. How To Work From Home

I’ve been working from home for twenty years.

68. Why Are Bosses Against Remote Work?

72% of managers prefer their subordinates to be in the office. Why are bosses so against remote work? Find out what our readers think might be the issues here.

69. This is How I Won Pioneer, A Fully Remote Accelerator

This is a story about how I won ‘Pioneer’ and what I learned during this program. Pioneer is a fully remote accelerator and it’s a community where entrepreneurs/indie makers help each other improve their own businesses.

70. How to Save Toilet Paper for Your Employer

As a person that used to track finances and company expenses in their previous life, I know that toilet paper is a huge expense. Everybody does it. Everybody needs it.

71. 8 Basic Steps to Keep Your Remote Development Teams Secure

There is no doubt that the world's workforce is becoming more remote, particularly in tech as developers can now work from any location in the world. But there are a large number of new obstacles that come with this. The most pressing is security.

72. Is Big Tech 'Targeting' the Elderly a Point of Concern?

Elderly people, in recent years, have been using new tech more and more. While that is a good thing, it brings up the topic of privacy.

73. How to Close Cybersecurity Gaps in a Remote World

Challenges of remote work are immense and exacerbated by technological gaps and non-secured laptops.

74. Life after the Pandemic: IT Outsourcing Trends in 2020

75. Remote Work in the Time of Coronavirus [feat. My Grandma]

I have two questions for you - Do you like good books? Of course, you do. One of these extraordinary good books served as an inspiration for this article's title. Yes, I'm obviously referring to Gabriel García Márquez and his heartbreaking novel - Love in the Time of Cholera.

76. How To Actually Get Things Done

A few tips on how to stop wasting time and be more productive.

77. Tara Vasdani on Choosing Remote: It's Avant Garde & It's the Future of Work

We talked to Tara Vasdani, the first Canadian lawyer to serve a Statement of Claim using Instagram, a writer for Canadian Lawyer and The Lawyer’s Daily, and founder of Remote Law Canada

78. Interview For Remote Working Hub With Silvestar Bistrović

Remote Working Hub is a place where you could find useful information about remote working. I have been asked to share my remote working experiences. I said to myself, why not.

79. 14 Tips for Successful Remote Team Management

Managing a remote team can be difficult, but if you do it correctly, your team can have an enjoyable and productive work-from-home life. My team is scattered all over the world. Sometimes I can be discussing a bug with a QA engineer who is 6,034 miles away from me, in the US, while I’m here in Siberia. But in just 20 minutes, we’ll find a solution and in a week, the bug will be fixed.

80. How Your Career Will Change by 2030

Remote Work Paving the Way to Multi-Job Careers and Global Hiring

81. Tips For Winning a Proposal For Software Engineers

Chances are if you're doing freelancing sooner or later you'll come across a need to write some kind of proposal to your potential customer.

82. Freelancers vs In-house Developers: How to Make the Right Choice

Why is it important?

83. 5 Strategies for Pre-Boarding Candidates Working Remotely

The global pandemic has exposed vulnerabilities in companies' ability to operate under conditions that require specific circumstances—specifically, the need for a plan to allow employees to operate and work remotely.

84. An Honest Look at Remote Working Pros and Challenges

By Adam Fard, founder of a UX Design Agency

85. The Rise of Eastern Europe as a Coding Powerhouse

Silicon Valley has always been a dream destination for developers and tech talent. The so called “The Bay Area,” is the world’s largest and most famous startup ecosystem.

86. A Dummy Guide to the Post-Corona Workplace: Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

Illustration by Mat Voyce

87. Fighting Procrastination One Tool at a Time During WFH

We’ve found ourselves living in somewhat unfamiliar times. Coronavirus has pushed many of us into working from home, whether we’re capable of facilitating WFH work or not.

88. How to Run a Flask application with free GPU acceleration for students with PyCharm

Many Deep learning or Machine Learning projects require GPU acceleration, and getting access to external GPUs or using GPU services by different cloud services can be costly, especially for students.

89. 3 Dev Leaders Open Up About Remote Software Development

I’m writing this from my new “office” which is a small desk in a large closet located under the stairs of my house. Harry Potter style. We have our first baby on the way so I got kicked out of our 2nd bedroom and I’m embracing the office-under-the-stairs life.

90. Reflecting on Five Years of Remote Work at NoDesk

This past July, NoDesk turned five. As part of this milestone, I want to reflect on how and why NoDesk came to be, what’s changed over the years, and talk about what’s next as we all look towards the future of work.

91. Why is COVID-19 a boom for IT companies and a flop for other industries?

The one word that terrifies people in the world right now is COVID-19. Reports from The World Bank state that COVID-19 recession has seen the fastest, steepest downgrades among all the global recession since 1990. As the health and human toll grows, the economic damage is already evident and represents the most substantial economic shock the world has experienced in decades.

92. IoT: Is Data Beyond Ethics?

Over the last decade, the Internet of Things has been delivering heaps of data and remote device control across virtually every industry, from healthcare to hospitality.

93. The Tools You Need to Master Your Startup’s Metrics

For many years I have been obsessing about startups and especially their management of metrics and KPIs. Just check my Medium profile and you’ll see :) It has led me to understand that knowing which KPIs to measure is not the first problem to tackle when you want to be a metrics-driven startup.

94. Some Tips On Holding a Productive Virtual Offsite

Offsites are a big part of remote teams. They allow everyone to socialize, connect more deeply with coworkers, and help build shared experiences and empathy. Even if video calls are a great tool to share information, they can be tiring. It's too easy to miss non-verbal cues. Chance encounters over coffee never happen, and we don’t always experience the same personal connections that come from small-talk. That’s the downside of remote work, and that's why meeting a few times a year is a great way to fill the gap!

95. The Crowdsourced Guide to Remote Working in the Age of Coronavirus

General Introductions to Remote Working (... you can contribute here).

96. The Remote Work Era: New Trends To Follow

Could the forced remote work of COVID19 bring about new growth and a more fair work-life balance?

97. An Anthology of Places and Tools That Can Help You To Find Remote Software Engineering Jobs

Working remotely is no longer just a dream. If you can afford a decent laptop and access to the internet, combine it with solid work skills and that gives you a pretty good chance to find a remote job. Professionals in many industries including entrepreneurs, marketers, writers and of course software engineers have already chosen this route.

98. How SurveySparrow Moved To Remote Team Management During the COVID OutBreak

From an epidemic, it was advancing towards becoming a pandemic. We heard a 10, then 20 and before we knew, it had already hit 1000!

99. 50 Remote Teams Share Their Best Practices For #WorkingFromHome 🏡 [Part 1]

Since the Coronavirus breakdown, millions of people are stuck at home; and for those who are still in the job market — are working from home too. The so-called “social distancing” measures have increased the Internet usage all around the world by 50–70%. Streaming has also jumped by at least 12%, according to Forbes.

100. Evolution of Multiplayer Software: From Games to Tools ⚡

Have you heard the news? Epic Games, the developer of a wildly successful multiplayer game Fortnite, has just announced a massive $1.78 billion funding round. Want to know what it has to do with collaboration software?

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