How we fought loneliness, inefficient communication and collaboration as a distributed team
– posted on: 3 Jan, 2019
A hack for more efficient remote team collaboration. For us working remotely for three years with a completely distributed team of 3 people today and 7 people in 2016/17 by the time we built thangs is quite an experience.
The true difference between remote workers & digital nomads
– posted on: 9 Nov, 2017
There’s a significant difference between a remote worker and a digital nomad. Yet, a lot of people mix up those two terms. Let me make a definition…
6 Collaboration Tools Our Distributed Team Uses to Stay Connected, Productive and to Feel Closer
– posted on: 12 Feb, 2019
Remote work is tough, we all know that. No doubt that there are indeed advantages like the freedom to manage your time, but distributed teams are harder to manage, and the right collaboration tools and communication are essential to making it work. Here’s a list of the Tools we use daily to keep our team productive, more connected, and happy.
How to Deal With False Urgency on Slack
– posted on: 7 Apr, 2019
Tuesday 6 PM, a developer is working on a task, when all of a sudden an uncritical question comes up. To not forget the issue related to the work item the developer uses command + tab to switch to Slack and posts the question in a public channel with several members. The developer is not expecting to get an answer today but anytime soon. Immediately after posting the question the first person response comes in as it was not implied how urgent the problem is.