With a partially remote team and a meeting that requires full participation, here’s how we create a positive experience for everyone involved
RubyConf is where I got my start in the software world and because of that it “feels like going home”. This year the conference seemed homier than normal thanks to its great, overarching tone.
Speaking at All Things Open made me think about our open source software, where we’re at, and where we’re going at Collective Idea
Continued learning is hard and sometimes conferences, which should help with that, can be demoralizing. Here are some tips to let them empower you and not make you feel inadequate.
Conferences are great for learning and networking but the Write/Speak/Code conference encourages attendees to be doers on top of being participants. Learn one, Do one, Teach one.
As a conference organizer, the experience can be a bit different. Find out why in this post.
Learn where to start to create a simple virtual reality image and how to learn more
Incorporating your company’s core values into a regular workflow can be challenging. Here’s how we did that with our retrospectives at Collective Idea.
If you’re just starting out as a remote worker or you’re just looking to improve your flow, these tips and tricks will help.
Conferences can be overwhelming. Use these tips to make the most of your conference experience.
Looking to submit a conference proposal? These five tips will help you craft better proposals that will impress the reviewers in the future.
Balancing a variety of professional and personal work tasks can be tough. To make sure nothing falls through the cracks, use these tips and tools to help keep yourself organized.
RailsConf offers an opportunity to submit proposals directly related to specific tracks. Learn more about two of these tracks to get inspired and craft successful proposals.
Hiring remote developers who are not yet senior requires looking for certain critical characteristics. Learn what those are and what you should consider if you are hiring or looking for a remote position.
Figuring out why your feature tests are failing can be difficult, especially when setting up the first few tests in the codebase.