I did a talk about working as a remote developer at Atlassian Euro Summit 2017. I had some great discussions about working remotely with various people after the talk. I'd love to continue the discussion here.
Here's a link to an interview I did after the talk and working remotely in general: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3h7EP3-btQ&feature=youtu.be
Here's a quick description of my talk:
Working with a team on the other side of the world can be a lonely, frustrating experience. But with the right attitude, practices, and tools, it still can be an effective way to build software with others. Hear from Atlassian developer, Adam Hynes on how he moved to the other side of the world and stayed productive (and sane) without changing teams.
Learn how he uses tools such as Floobits for real-time remote pairing, Confluence for white-boarding hard problems with distant teammates, and HipChat for asynchronous stand-ups to keep the team on the same page across timezones.
You'll come away with several remote working tips that'll set you up for success.
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