In a remote team or want to run an idea past a colleague online? We review the best collaborative coding tools for remote pair programming.
Adrian Sandu explains what a personal brand is and how building one can help boost your career. Stake your claim online and level up your brand.
M. David Green discusses pair programming, examining what it takes for two developers working together to achieve the productivity and quality improvements that come from pairing.
Daniel Schwarz takes a look at Active Collab, a powerful collaboration tool with time tracking, invoicing, task management and more.
Designers and developers need to work closely to get the best out of each other. Sympli, the latest attempt to make a seamless collaboration tool .
Daniel Schwarz looks at collaboration-focused Slack integrations, including bots, screen sharing extensions, polls and search tools.
Designers are part of an ever-growing team in 2016 and collaboration is key. Theo looks at the best Slack apps for designers.
Daniel Schwarz shares ten tips for working productively and collaboratively when joining or forming a remote team.
Abder-Rahman Ali introduces the EditFlow plugin which allows you to collaborate with your editorial team within the WordPress dashboard.
Code review is an essential part of any development team's process. Sandeep Panda explains how to improve the process with Beanstalk's collaborative tools.
Slack is an increasingly popular collaboration tool for startups and larger organizations. Shaumik Daityari explans how to make it even more useful.
Beegit is a new collaborative markdown editor for the browser. How does it stack up against champions like StackEdit? Read this post and find out!