Ivan Kreimer explores three ways non-remote companies can adapt their current situation to the remote-work landscape of a post-pandemic world.
Andrew McDermott offers some simple strategies web developers can use to attract the positions other developers want with minimal effort.
Andrew McDermott details the ways conscientious developers can be taken advantage of, and how they can combat this and make sure they're properly rewarded.
M. David Green presents tools, tricks, and practices for improving the remote working experience for yourself, your team, your manager, and your company.
Kayla Matthews suggests ways to keep in touch with programming and advance your skills even when you're not employed.
Andrew McDermott provides pointers on how to tell you're about to be fired, and tips on what you can do about it.
John Sonmez guides software developers on how to ensure the best possible deal from salary negotiations.
Laurence Bradford identifies ten ways to get involved in the tech industry without having to be able to write code.
Aja Frost covers the legal factors that must be considered before firing an employee, and the best practices to keep in mind when doing the deed itself.