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aydtbaifgqsahxw set the channel topic Discuss jobs, post if you're available for work and post remote freelance gigs. No long-term contract jobs here please, post them on ๐Ÿ‘‰ remoteok.io
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Hey guys! Are the jobs on here always techy or is it a good place to find freelancers in other areas?
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I've recruited for sales and marketing roles here
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Mostly tech, but I've also seen requests for marketers, SEO folks, writers, and VAs.
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Does anyone know of any part-time contract work for front-end developers lingering around at all?
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whwancjspwnwl thanks - saw that their is a sheet too - is that usually quite up to date?
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i have a one question. - only front-end Dev? how about publisher and some have front-end skill. is it available? thank you.
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i have a one question - only front-end Dev? how about publisher and have some front-end skill? is it available? thank you.
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i have a one question - only front-end Dev? how about publisher and have some front-end skill? is it available? thank you.
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I think it's super out of date. Last I heard someone was deleting all their competitors
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Hey man, let's chat :)
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No idea. If you're looking for someone for a gig, maybe just post in this channel and see what leads you find?
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only frontend dev? how about publisher?
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is it only front-end Dev? how about publisher?
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is it only for front-end Dev? how about publisher? i'm interested. ๐Ÿ˜„
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Thanks -- will do x
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hello
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My experience with hiring sales teams is that it's a churn. Sales is super tough to execute on and depends on a variety of things that are tough to measure/demonstrate.
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An amazing sales person in one market still has a high failure rate in another.
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How does one find interesting, full time, well paid jobs? I'm thinking about changing jobs but everything I find in stackoverflow jobs/remoteok/angel.co/linkedin is either poorly paid, US only, or in a industry I'm not interested in. Maybe I'm too picky with jobs? My previous jobs I got through friends, so never really had to scroll through pages of jobs.
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Like, today I may have looked at ~100 jobs, only one caught my eye, but after applying I got "Sorry, we filled this position and forgot to take the ad down"
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zdjkqqii I highly recommend looking at some job search books.. a good job search book is all about how to identify job you want (which is often related to the particular job title & industry the job is in, industry has its own lingo that you'd want to identify and use accurately so that you fit in).. and then it's about massaging the resume and narrative to fit that, and then getting the actual job given that 90% job openings never make it to ad/post stage
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egbmqkndt Do you recommend any book in particular?
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The main one is called "what color is your parachute" I think
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There's also "the subversive job search" by a Corey something or other
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plfmylwwg Thanks, I'll read them :)
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wdhiwykg during that phase when I was reading those I also read "so good they can't ignore you" by cal Newport which was helpful for me to convince me to focus on my real strengths
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Not quite related to the job search thing but it might give you an idea of what sort of job you want to focus on
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Or how to think about it
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What kind of job are you looking for?
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A full time position as full-stack engineer doing something technically interesting
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It doesn't seem too crazy. I guess it's your definition of 'technically interesting' that might be very specific ๐Ÿ˜›
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I guess that big shops with R&D and stuff like that don't hire remotely a lot.. maybe that's the issue?
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Maybe, but I guess a lot of growing startups must have interesting scalability problems too
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Hi, I am looking for a part-time development position.. is this the right channel?
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Networking and word of mouth references. Investors have helped before as well.
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Maybe, you'll need to find a startup (probably b2c) that blew up โ€ฆ
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fifixgtvcrwneqjp yep ๐Ÿ‘
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Growing startups are often not on the "pays well" side of things though...
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Need some JavaScript technical articles written, on almost any subject
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$300 per article
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$300 is low for that but if you send me a typed up a job description, I can share it in some writers groups for you.
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I also think that finding a company you're super excited about that hires people with your skills is 50% of success. You need to find a company that'd be a great fit, and then you need to put in a shit ton of hours working on your resume, cover letter, whatever else you have online that showcases your skills to fit the company's needs. Then you attack them with endless ethusiasm. ๐Ÿ˜„ Most people applying to remote jobs are either not qualified or don't take the time to create a great application. You gotta put in the time to show that you REALLY wanna work there, you have good reasons why, and you're a great fit.
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Companies struggle finding good talent. If you make yourself look like you're truly a great fit for them, they'll hire you.
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So the problem really is finding that perfect company (perfect for you).
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wbgpse Smashing pay $200 so I'm hoping $300 will be enough
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shrugskin-tone-4 Just basing it on what I have heard technical writing colleagues say they charge. Maybe smashing got a better price by promising volume.
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Ditto what gclkuk said.
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From my (limited) experience, good technical articles can easily take 10+ hours to write (because you need to test stuff, check commands, do some research, etc). I'm sure you can find people to write you articles for $300 though, but probably not ppl used to high salaries.
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I reached out to three authors who'd written articles I liked for Smashing Magazine and offered them $400, and two have gotten back and said yes
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Technical writing to a spec and spitting out a decent 1,500 word article are not the same
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I used to write articles for Oreilly when I was in HS and generally they took a few hours
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We'll see how this pans out
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Looking for a HTML Email Developer. Salesforce Marketing Cloud is a nice-to-have. Ideally working out of Bali but not required.
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Looking for a HTML Email Developer. Salesforce Marketing Cloud is a nice-to-have. Ideally working out of Bali but not required.
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rkykksorgeys I am interested.
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DM you
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I've heard Speedlancer is also good for writers oizyphbhnmhyxtrn
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Thanks
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I might be interested. Former developer here looking to change gears
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Any Android Engineers looking for a remote short term gig? 3 months (could extend). Apple made Brill (https://brill.app/) the 'App of the Day' last week. We want to replicate it on Android, from scratch. If you have speech recognition and computer vision experience, get in touch for more info.
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I'm looking for a WP expert who can troubleshoot a weird bug for a nonprofit who was referred to me. The thing is, it's one of the more complex WP sites I've seen as it connects with Salesforce and has quite a bit of custom PHP. Could lead to longer term work on an ad hoc basis. If you are interested DM me please. Thanks in advance.
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Howdy. What are a few of the top career development resources for Nomads?
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So, it appears that remoteok.io stopped aggregating all remote jobs from different sources? I find a lot of options on stackoverflow that are not on remoteok, but somehow I got the impression that it should suck those in as well.
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thanks, will check, it doesn't post all jobs always if it detects it's not fully remote etc.
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is there a specific job you see that's not on Remote OK?
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see lots of SO posts on ROK now
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is there such a thing as full-stack java? or do you mean java+js?
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Definitely, that's what full stack means.. some sort of backend server side language like java plus the js/html/css for the frontend
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Or could it be client side apps in Java? ๐Ÿค”
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i think wltzkyvnscah was talking more about "full-stack java" i.e. the entire stack is java
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hence the question
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yeah, that's what I was asking
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Nevermind.. I didn't read correctly.
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Ah, I guess that used to be a thing.. maybe web assembly will bring that back too
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definitely hope so :)
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You can do "full stack Java" with tools like GWT
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only for a google salary ๐Ÿ˜„
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Hi all, glad to join this community for long time already. I am freelance designer with Webflow building skill. You can check my works at johnnygu.com If you have any project need help remotely. Please PM me, thanks,:yum:. (I don't know is it right place for send this message. If it's wrong, please inform me to change)
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Hi guys, glad to join this community for several months already. I am Johnny, a freelance UI/UX designer, also good at building website with Webflow. If you have any projects need help remotely, you can PM me. Please check my site johnnygu.com if you want to know more information of me. Thanks!yum (If this is wrong place for this message, please inform me, thanks)
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Hi guys,

I am Johnny. Glad to join Nomad list community for not short time already. I am a freelance UI/UX designer also good at Webflow website-building. If you have any project need help remotely, please PM me:yum:. More infromation about my works, please check my website johnnygu.com.(If this is wrong place for this message, please inform me, thanks)
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Hi guys,
I am Johnny. Glad to join Nomad list community for not short time already. I am a freelance UI/UX designer also good at Webflow website-building. If you have any project need help remotely, please PM me:yum:. More infromation about my works, please check my website:johnnygu.com.(If this is wrong place for this message, please inform me, thanks)
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Hi guys,

I am Johnny. Glad to join Nomad list community for a not short time already. I am a freelance UI/UX designer also good at Webflow website-building. If you have any project need help remotely, please PM me. More information about my works, please check my website:johnnygu.com.(If this is the wrong place for this message, please inform me, thanks)
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Hi guys,
I am Johnny. Glad to join Nomad list community for not short time already. I am a freelance UI/UX designer also good at Webflow website-building. If you have any project need help remotely, please PM me:yum:. More information about my works, please check my website johnnygu.com (If this is wrong place for this message, please inform me, thanks)
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Seems like I accidentally bumped into a new client :) Now I need to figure out a decent rate. Does anybody have any insights on what the usual rates are for high-quality devs (say, lead, or architect, or something in that range) in Vancouver?
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depends a lot on how quality we're talking, as well as how long the engagement is and all that stuff
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but if you just want a ballpark number, 150/hr. maybe more, maybe less.
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That would be in CA-$, or in US-$?
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If it is US-$, then that means Vancouver is comparable to the US in terms of rates? Thanks, that helped me a ton fzqjmsemig
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US
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Phew ๐Ÿ˜‰
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i was gonna suggest $150 CAD but hey, $150 USD doesn't hurt ๐Ÿ˜›
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i wonder about something :
- Has anyone built an online shopping mall in a country with slow Internet speeds?
- what language and server are suitable for that development. (python, Django, etcโ€ฆ.?)
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the backend language won't have much affect if you're constrained by _user_ internet speeds (I assume you can find somewhere with decent speeds for your server). You'll want to make sure that each page is very light, especially in terms of large images, CSS, JavaScript.

Take a look at mbasic.facebook.com to see how much functionality you can have with a very light footprint if you're willing to sacrifice some aesthetics
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Yeah the tech doesn't matter too much, python/django is fine.. what matters is having strict limits on asset sizes for images, css, js
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javascript can be a big culprit when people are building heavy javascript pages and using all sorts of 3rd party libraries
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you could take a look at tailwindcss.com or more specifically look at purgecss ,makes it really easy to keep your css under 5k
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if you need something like react, you might consider mithril.js which is less than 5k and works great with vanilla js
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i bet django has something similar to turbolinks right?
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Hi! I'm just starting out as a digital nomad, switching my career from finance into illustration ๐Ÿ˜„ any other illustrators out there willing to have a chat for some starting up advice? Thank you!
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I have experience on a large scale social network where the primary demographic is low latency networks. As the guys mentioned, quick wins are in the front end although architecture (particularly distribution) does play a big role in performance on both back and front and shouldn't be forgotten. Images are also an obvious area of focus. I'd personally look at something like the JAMstack and remove the need for the user to travel any distance for TCP/TLS on both back and front and avoid the use of a server by using distributed serverless as much as possible. Language does make a tiny difference in that your cold boot times may be effected over serverless but it's usually ms differences and the trade off of losing useful abstraction or helpers isn't really worth it.
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Although If you're only selling in one country and will always sell in one country you won't need serverless and any normal server NGINX/Apache should do the job.
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first time i heard of JAM stack, "javascript + api + markup" nice :)
I agree that would minimize traffic in a lot of ways, BUT.. browser won't be able to cache any pages typically, so if you lose internet and hit back button or close tab and re-open tab, there might not be anything showing, that's the most annoying aspect of a SPA
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although i guess avoiding single page and having multiple page works too
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JAM goes into static site generation quite easily which can give you 1000's or more index files on a build. Dynamic data then goes uncached. This gives you the ability to CDN everything and as long as you don't shove a heavy SPA or framework you're golden from there on out.
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oh i see so JAM is basically not-SPA
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nice
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Yeah ๐Ÿ˜‹ Gatsby and Gridsome are a good off the shelf intro to the whole concept but generally they're quite heavy themselves as they're dependent on React / Vue. But it's very easy to get a 100/100 score on lighthouse and PSI or AAAA on webpagetest with these stacks.
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Hey qemfyjmqlunvzg I'm mostly doing UX design now, but I used to do more illustration. I switched from project management/ business ops career into illustration initially.
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For an illustrator, portfolio is everything. If you don't have clients, make them up, and create illustrations for those made up projects that are aligned with your vision for what types of clients you wanna work with. Showcase those illustrations nicely in a portfolio and then pitch clients/ gigs with that portfolio. :)
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For example, if you wanna do illustrations for tech startups, create several illustrations/ illustration projects for made-up tech companies. If you want to create book illustrations, illustrate a couple books that you like. Etc.
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Some time ago I created a free Digital Nomad icon/ illustration set just for fun, and it randomly landed me a huge book illustration job even tho I had no other portfolio to show, because it was a good match for the kind of illustration style they were looking for. ๐Ÿ˜…
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Hope that helps!
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If you need to be SPA, I've heard Reason applications can be quite slim reasonml.github.io
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jpcoblvjiix bwjceubij kfeihclgysacs btyqsizd Thank you for your thoughtful advice on that matter. When the site is complete and launching, i'll share the link.
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Share in here otherwise ppl will think you're spamming ๐Ÿ˜…
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Looking for remote product management or scrum master if anyone has anything they want to suggest hugging_facekissing_heart
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I'm a Product Manager working with a digital product that we're wanting to create a really strong membership pathway for (so membership based subscription model) - does anyone have any UX experience with such features? I'd love to connect if so! ping me :) thank you
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just to clarify - looking for advice and pointers, not to hire. ]
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Hey guys, we are looking for someone for a dead simple job that we'd like to accomplish with some human intelligence.
So basically 2 jobs to start:

A) We have rebuilt our entire platform from scratch. We can't join database. We have to manually transfer some proposals from the old platform to the new one by copy pasting the content. While doing so, we which to enrich the data base by adding some info about the customer.

B) We are release the new plaform to our database of users and would like to collaborate with a freelancer on the short term on the customer success and internal of that release
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Hey, we are looking for enthusiastic people to collaborate with about 2 main tasks:
- Simple Data Transfer Job Manual job of transferring data and image from one platform to an other. We wish to enrich this data by adding comments.
- Customer Success We are about to launch a major update on our platform and will have to do a lot of customer success and activation work.

We are a boostrapped SaaS platform dedicated to Sponsorship. Our solution makes it easier to pitch, sell and close sponsorship for events, athletes or any projects.

We are first looking for short terms freelance job to see how it goes.

You can find more info here (even if it's the job description it also work as a freelance gig and allow you to know more about)

Hey everyone, we are looking for an enthusiast customer success manager to collaborate with remotely (or not if you'd like to join us on our trips).

point_right What you have to know?
We are a small SaaS company, focusing on Sponsorship Management.
We are used by more than 20k companies globally which can be athletes, event organizers, podcasters, venue...
We value great and smooth collaboration first.
We are at a major tipping point of the company and your collaboration can make a huge difference (really exciting challenges!)
One of the founders truly look Lenny Kravitz

If you would like to know more, here are the most important links:

Job Description tinyurl.com/y3blcznd
Form Application tinyurl.com/y3zbe3kw
Video Application tinyurl.com/y25cga4k
Our platform phoenix.sponseasy.com
Example of decks created on Sponseasy orgac.sponseasy.com/festival
Video Demo of the Builder www.youtube.com/embed/-IA70GHBIRw?rel=0

If you have any questions, don't hesitate :wink:

Cheers,

Miguel & Jordan
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Hey, looking for someone for a simple data transfering job with some design touch and someone for a customer success gig due to high activity on the short terms
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Has anyone in ever worked with sales reps? I'm looking for people to research and find potential leads and vet them. I'm happy to close the sale.
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hey guys!
my friend is looking for remote job, Fullstack (more Node.js + less Angular)
ping me or just write him directly if interested :)
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hey guys!
my friend is looking for remote job (Fullstack more Node.js, less Angular) so decided to post it here :)
so ping me or just write him directly if you're interested :)
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fixdvmwzjn Strange font in the CV, seems like those sites where CSS is messed up and cuts bottoms of the text ๐Ÿ˜„ Change I would suggest to maybe add more about actions to results info for his work, like "The application checked automatically if submissions were correct (saving everyone weeks of delay)." and I think the work info is usually from current one to oldest one
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heh, thanks for pointing that out!
i'll pass this info to Vasyl
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Hey. You may want to check out get.growthprocess.co
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You may want to check out get.growthprocess.co
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You may want to check out get.growthprocess.co
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Hey. You may want to check out growth process
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Hey. You may want to check out get.growthprocess.co
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Hey. You may want to check out get.growthprocess.co
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Sounds like this is right up your alley - doing all the work to generate leads right into your calendar.
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Thank you!
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Hi, I run hiring for Aula Education (fully remote company) and wrote up some things that we find important on the employer side of things when people apply:

medium.com/@WillemWijnans/how-to-get-hired-by-a-remote-first-company-%EF%B8%8F-f8bd175cd769

njoy
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Hi everyone,

My name is Willen and I run hiring for Aula Education (fully remote edtech startup). Did a little writeup on what we as employers find important in applications, during interviewing but also some tips for you to know if the company your interviewing with is legit. I think it might help remote job-seekers out there medium.com/@WillemWijnans/how-to-get-hired-by-a-remote-first-company-%EF%B8%8F-f8bd175cd769

enjoy ๐Ÿคž
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the slack group Support Driven posts remote jobs for support and success regularly.
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I'm hiring a new developer to join us at Emamo! We're building tools to help event organizers. We're a 3-person team, this is my second company and we're 100% self-funded.

rocket Full stack dev (vue/laravel/css)
star-struck Great communicator
admission_tickets Enjoys attending events + traveling the world

Full-time and located anywhere. More info:
notion.so/Full-Stack-Dev-for-Event-App-Platform-4c5be368dd7f4392a3bfa25851fc5e4e
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Hey nomads! I'm an Android dev with 4 years of experience, the last 2.5 of which has been spent as the sole developer building the HuntWise app. I'm starting to consider new opportunities but am only interested in fully remote work. Anybody have any advice or know or any opportunities?
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I am working for an awesome company called Staffbase. We have many roles in different countries open up. If anyone is looking and wants to join, do reach out to me directly and I'd be happy to share or get you in touch with team recruiter ๐Ÿ˜„
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Hello! I'm a Front-End Developer mostly working with the React ecosystem for 3 years. My most recent duty is co-leading the redesign and refactoring of a company's main application platform.

I'm looking for any short-term contracts/gigs that will allow me to work roughly 20 hours a week as I continue the work mentioned above โ˜๏ธ
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Wanted to get your opinion on my proposal to go remote. I was hired last December for a contract to hire devops role. I found out my manager is currently unable to hire me on full time but can extend my contract into next year and wants me to hang on until he can hire me. I want to propose I'll stay on the extended contract until he can hire me if I can work remotely. Does this sound reasonable?
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Wanted to get your opinion on my proposal to go remote. I was hired last December for a contract to hire devops role. I found out my manager is currently unable to hire me on full time but can extend my contract into next year and wants me to hang on until he can hire me. I want to propose I'll stay on the extended contract until he can hire me if I can work remotely. Does this sound reasonable?
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Wanted to get your opinion on my proposal to go remote. I was hired last December for a contract to hire devops role. I found out my manager is currently unable to hire me on full time but can extend my contract into next year and wants me to hang on until he can hire me. I want to propose I'll stay on the extended contract until he can hire me if I can work remotely. Does this sound reasonable?
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Absolutely! but keep in mind your current situation, evaluate any practical blockers in the way that could turn impractical the delivery and execution of your job tasks in a remote situation. If there's none I'd say it sounds absolutely reasonable. Go for it!
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Absolutely! but keep in mind your current situation, evaluate any practical blockers in the way that could turn impractical the delivery and execution of your job tasks in a remote situation. If there's none I'd say it sounds absolutely reasonable. Go for it!
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Yes! But, do you do any working from home at the moment? Might be worth doing a trial of two weeks teleworking before even suggesting it long term to show it can work
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bjlqpmgjwq a deal is what you make it. That may sound trite, but it's at the core of any arrangement. For a lot of companies, you doing remote Dev ops is 100% ok, even preferred. For others, for many reasons, it simply isn't. It's not that they're being unreasonable, just that there's certain norms that are on the move.
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If it's important to you, make a candid proposal as you've outlined above. Don't give ultimatums, but explain your priorities and where you're going in your career
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clbaysmhkucw have you looked at job postings that are remote? A strong mobile Dev should be able to get a full time remote gig
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I can work from home time to time but we have no formal policy on it.
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Hey folks, looking for a logo designer. Hit me up with your portfolio and price for a company logo.
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ywawwdpse If you can't find anybody here, there are sites like 99designs and similar, maybe you can find somebody there
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Thanks. Just wanted to support the DN community first.
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Haven't used 99designs, though
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Looks great. Ty.
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Yes of course, that's why I said if you can't find anybody here.
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Their site is beautiful
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Welcome :) I got my own logo from that site and although the process was a bit tricky to steer midway (because I did not have a concrete outcome in mind, just a vague idea) I am quite happy with the result.
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nsxsgyvkd I know Tim Ferriss used to promote it on his podcast, so you might try to look into promo code
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99designs isnt as good as contacting a designer off dribbble or behance from looking at their portfolio there
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majority of 99design accounts are agencies in developing nations that pump out crappy designs
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its a numbers game if they can win 1/1000 submissions its still a win for them
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symiryp did a great design job for me a couple of years ago
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when i say 'crappy' i mean cookie cutter copied style, no creative flair to them
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that's actually what I'm looking for, often
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clean, simple, maybe cookie cutter copied, but I don't need novel design
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but overall you're right ๐Ÿ˜…
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I just don't to waste time for searching, asking for price, consulting changes, etc
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after a decade in businesses, I kinda want to shift towards doing one-man-army type app dev work remotely. what's the best way of getting such commissions?
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Existing contacts who trust you
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Networking with people who have a lot of money
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Writing a popular piece of Open Source software and riding off that
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This seems to be a common theme
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Running teams ain't all that
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Hi, Iยดm a Fullstack Software Developer and Scrum Master and I'm looking for new projects or remote roles. Throughout the past 8 years I was working in different roles focusing on Java backend as well as Javascript and Angular Frontend development. On my recent role I was responsible to help transforming a waterfall working team into an agile cross functional scrum team as a Scrum Master and Developer.
Iยดm always happy to learn new technologies and challenges. Here is my LinkedIn for more infos www.linkedin.com/in/erikhoelzel
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Iยดm a Fullstack Software Developer and Scrum Master and I'm looking for new projects or remote roles. Throughout the past 8 years I was working in different roles focusing on Java backend as well as Javascript and Angular Frontend development. On my recent role I was responsible to help transforming a waterfall working team into an agile cross functional scrum team as a Scrum Master and Developer.
Iยดm always happy to learn new technologies and challenges. Here is my LinkedIn for more infos www.linkedin.com/in/erikhoelzel
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I'll keep you in mind ruifbiyweztmdj I run a digital agency that's just been getting going for the last year but getting a promising selection of clients. Our stuff is at makemythos.com if you want to take a look or if anyone is looking for design/dev needs.
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Hello there! Does anyone know a pixel-perform iOS or Android freelance that could be interested by a ~2-3 months contract on building a mobile chat SDK? (server chat protocol and designs provided, it's all about building the chat view)
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Hello there! Does anyone know a pixel-perform iOS or Android freelance that could be interested by a ~2-3 months contract on building a mobile chat SDK? (server chat protocol and designs provided, it's all about building the chat view)
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do you want a dev with combined Android and iOS knowledge specifically?
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That would work yes
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out of curiosity what mobile chat sdk are you using?
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It's for Crisp (crisp.chat), so we're the SDK. We currently have non-native SDKs that load our Web chatbox in a Web view. Not ideal, so we want to port the Web Chatbox version to native.
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The network protocol is proprietary (documented), built on the top of Socket.IO / WS
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Any DevOps or Cloud developers willing to look over my resume? I did this last year on here and actually ended up getting the job!
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Hey everyone ๐Ÿ‘‹ I just joined NomadList and am in the early stages of planning a year of travel for 2020. My partner is planning to work 2 days a week and I'm thinking I might want to do the same.

I'm currently a full-time software developer and basically have to leave my job, mostly because they're not at all okay with remote work but I'm equally happy to move on anyway.

I've looked at the listings on remoteok.io but all of them seem to be full-time positions.

Is there anyone else that works remotely part-time as a developer. If so, how did you find that job?
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Hey everyone ๐Ÿ‘‹ I just joined NomadList and am in the early stages of planning a year of travel for 2020. My partner is planning to work 2 days a week and I'm thinking I might want to do the same.

I'm currently a full-time software developer and basically have to leave my job, mostly because they're not at all okay with remote work but I'm equally happy to move on anyway.

I've looked at the listings on remoteok.io but all of them seem to be full-time positions.

Is there anyone else that works remotely part-time as a developer. If so, how did you find that job?
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There isn't a turnkey recipe for success with freelance unfortunately arjctxttopmz It's a mix of working personal connections, a willingness to broaden the type of work you do, and actively networking.
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Unless you have a large amount of savings (you should have adequate savings to handle ups and downs regardless), I'd also suggest to take work as it comes, as much as you can while it's available instead of fixing yourself to two days a week.
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Yeah through networking. Did 60 hrs per month for a while
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But it started out at 40/week when I landed the client. Reduced hours over time
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I had a similar experience - I had a client that wanted me on 35/h a week but after the first year that went down to 15/h a week, and then further reduced after that. So that's how I ended up with a PT remote job.
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If you're going the freelance route, you might do a month of heavy work and then a light month, and be flexible like that as projects become available to you. (For example, I worked FT hours June, July, Aug - was off for all of Sept, and now I'm working PT hours for Oct, Nov, Dec) The good thing about remote freelance is that if you're in a lower CoL area, it can make this _slightly_ less stressful as you will presumably be building a cushion of surplus cash for the lower months.
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First things first welcome, you've come to the right place :)

Second with your skill set you will find a way, so don't worry, go random happy :game_die:

Third random idea for job hunting
a) Find your favourite 3 companies in the world.
b) Ask them :) Like, don't wait for anyone posting the perfect job offer for you, instead approach companies that might need your help - if your skills are in demand you should be able to negotiate a freelance agreement after a few tries.

Fourth more random? Go to meetups, meet more nomads, go on a nomad cruise, keep chatting :smile:

May the random be with you ๐ŸŽฒ
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Anyone have any experience of going from a contract role to perm with the same company? I'm taking on a short contract of a few weeks and have been told I can transfer to perm after, though perm salary hasn't been mentioned. Is there a typical ratio I can use to guesstimate what salary to expect, based on my day rate? (edited)
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Anyone have any experience of going from a contract role to perm with the same company? I'm taking on a short contract of a few weeks and have been told I can transfer to perm after, though perm salary hasn't been mentioned. Is there a typical ratio I can use to guesstimate what salary to expect, based on my day rate?
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Anyone have any experience of going from a contract role to perm with the same company? I'm taking on a short contract of a few weeks and have been told I can transfer to perm after, though perm salary hasn't been mentioned. Is there a typical ratio I can use to guesstimate what salary to expect, based on my day rate?
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Honestly I would base my salary ask on what's standard in your market, as if you were coming on permanent without the contract period. Don't give them leeway to underpay you.
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if this were a just world you'd have justification to ask for more than market because in essence you've passed a probationary period.
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I don't have any experience with this, but I don't think I'd be going in with the expectation that my salary would be connected to what a preceding daily rate is. Sounds like they're doing a pre-probation like testingwithfire said so it gives you some leverage to negotiate a favourable starting salary given you're somewhat ramped up. In my opinion you have an opportunity to continue to seek work as any fall back and be planning to negotiate a salary that you are happy with at that company, giving the working conditions (a probation for the company, too). As opposed to thinking of it as your salary necessarily being an artifact of your day rate.
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Yeah, just figure out what the market salary would be an go on that, it will probably be much less than you get right now (because you won't be paying for taxes yourself, etc etc)
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I used be contract. I increased my rate 4x to match market/skill. They couldn't afford it, but offered 1/3-1/2 time perm spot for decent enough salary so that's what I'm doing now.
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Some months they're effectively paying the 4x rate based on how much I work.
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Problem with this is that this is good enough and comfortable, but I know I should be pushing myself harder and getting much more to do more things that I want.
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Amen. I also have a cushy contract that stops me pushing myself
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Yet you probably make like 10x of me ๐Ÿ˜„
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Dammit did they turn off message editing completely?
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rxljdstozhi There's a 60s limit or something like thatโ€ฆ afterwards you can't edit
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kxnfqf just mentioned in general it was disabled completely recently
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Serious jobs question. Anyone making a living NOT as a developer? What do you do?
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That's come up a few times before, I think most common here is a mix of designers, writers and marketers
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or Project Manager, Consultant, Entrepreneur, etc
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Lawyer (not me)
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There are remote PMs?
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I mean technically I am a developer, but for most of my remote time I've been more of a project manager, product owner, consultant
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you were a remote PM before you were a developer?
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Hmm, I know rsjfnykdotzfim works as a remote PM.
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Yep, I'm a remote PM. going on 2 years. was a dev before that.
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I run a company/work as a management consultant, wife is a product manager. neither of us can really code
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qhygssbcrgrhop I think you mentioned you were a PM before that too? PM -> remote dev -> remote PM?
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yeah, i was a PM for years in the business/govt sector. nothing to do with tech. then i did SEO/online marketing for about 5 years. then dev, then tech PM.
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i don't know why I don't see so many remote PMs. I feel like that skillset would lend itself well to remote work, just devs
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Probably depends on company culture too.. remote only companies have remote PMs
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Or remote teams
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for sure, my team (remote) needs one. but you dont see too many jobs for them
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yeah there are few remote companies = few remote PMs. and many companies don't even have PMs. the dev shop i worked for before changing over didn't have them.
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we could have used one, badly, but it just wasn't a thing.
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that's a shame really
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almost none of our clients have PMs so i generally act in that capacity for both sides of the table.
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i think most companies don't realize just how much time and effort a good PM can save.
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let the devs do what they do and let the PMs make that all easier. smooths the way for everyone.
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some companies think PMs aren't useful and so they task a random dev with PM tasks
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which is a fucking awful idea
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and a nightmare I'm living through right now
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(I'm not the dev tasked with that, thankfully)
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I don't have good experience with non-technical product _owners_, but PMs are highly valuable and I think it takes a special type of dev team to not need one
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Yeah, I frankly wear a lot of hats because I work for an agency so we fill in gaps for our clients, but PMs can save a TON of time and effort if they're allowed to do their jobs. but yeah, i think most companies think they're not really useful and a waste of money.
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We are turning over a project soon that will be taken inhouse. I've been very loud and adamant about them needing to have a PM. I spend a very large chunk of my day filling that role for them and, frankly, if I wasn't doing it, they'd be fucked. The project owner's idea of a feature request is 'make x more flexible' i then spend a few hours pulling details out of them writing them up, doing wires, detailing the functionality for the devs, and then checking it all. expecting a dev to do all of that is a recipe for disaster.
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yep, because in my experience, they only pay lip service to the fact that if you are assigning someone PM work, they will have far less time to do dev work
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it's usually like "let's just throw this PM work on top, after all PM work can't be _that hard_ really"
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yeah. most people don't really get what PMs do.
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so you end up with a project with half-assed dev work, half-assed PM work. if someone manages to pull both of them off properly, they're probably burned out as fuck in a short time
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they think it's just a bunch of emails.
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but it's a juggling act that can get really complicated, depending on the project.
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yeah
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especially if you have multiple devs on a project
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having a good PM is wonderful
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i am very OCD about how i run my boards and even if it might not make sense at first glance, it's organized to be the most efficient development flow. a colleague once reorganized my board while i was out. i was not happy. lol
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he was all 'but this is the most important thing, we should build it first'. and i was all 'it IS the most important thing, but it requires that a, b, c, and d are done first and you've now moved them to being done last' 'oh, is that why you had them at the top?' screamface_palm
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Haha
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#1 rule don't touch my board
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Is there a difference between project manager and product manager because what you described sounds like product manager to me (mainly cuz that was what they called that role at one of my previous companies)
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Definitely loved having that on the team
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Anyways I guess it's effectively the same thing since they're both the same acronym.. the PM ๐Ÿ˜„
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lots of differences in those two. Quite often project managers are asked to fulfil duties of scrum master or product ownership though, but usually suffers from the same problems as asking developers to fulfil PM duties. Main thing is the project manager doesn't care about the product ultimately ๐Ÿ˜‰ Also important differences between what a project manager might do in waterfall and agile methodologies. What they are responsible for (broad success of the project) is essentially the same, but their remit is more specialised and sectioned off in agile imo
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There are definitely differences between the roles. But like I mentioned above, I tend to wear a lot of different hats because our clients don't have those people on their teams so I step into the role when we're working together. Particularly with that client. But as rcbfsicqr said, I don't really care about the product. Tell me what you want us to build and i'll make it happen. I couldn't care less why you want to build it, I'll just get it done. But with this particular client i have to do a lot of helping them work through the process of prioritizing and making choices about what they want and why and goals and so on. for most clients I'm definitely more of a traditional PM in that i just get a list of specs and a comp and i chop it up and divvy it out to the devs to build. Then i make sure it works and hand it back.
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Similar to how I used to think "What is the point of QA person?", until worked with one in a project, and wow, everything is so well described that don't even need to think about what should be done, or them finding bugs you never thought about
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yeah, my tickets are incredibly detailed so the devs don't really even have to make any decisions. it's all there for them. makes life easy.
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Thanks for all your responses. To be clear, I will be perfectly fine to not work for a year but think I will have some free time which would be cool to fill with an income-generating activity :)
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Yup - I'm a product manager (fully remote, in a global remote team of 30 ish) and my strength is not at all task based management. I work with project managers who break down the larger scope timeline and work directly with the dev team. I work closely with the design team, the pm, and our content/community team to create the experience of the product, while also overseeing the data/customer feedback to inform our other teams and process. So it's like... trying to be across everything. Difficult to do remotely with a remote team. I feel like a lot of remote companies are smaller and so the product manager is the founder, and not a seperate role? our company is 10ish years old and has always been remote though.
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I work as a data and analytics consultant.
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It's interesting it's all Software based though - or software / developer management (if I've understood correctly) as my feed on LinkedIn is overrun with marketers and bloggers telling me to quit my job and travel
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deowyufvuj thanks for sharing how your team is formed. I'm curious, for a team that already has a product manager + product designer, at what Engineering head count do you think adding a project manager make sense? Also does your project managers have technical backgrounds or no?
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We are just working with a engineering specific project manager now (as in we hired in the last month) and we have 5 engineers. 4 of them are based in one office and they're amazing, but our speed has suffered in the last couple of months because my attention has been diverted to other areas of the product and they haven't been self led and need details that I dont have time to lay out for them. So it's as much about how many engineers there are as how big the rest of the product team has become with both content and community teams growing to 4-6 people
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Yes true - I've met quite a few people working remote with merchandise companies, but they're often solopreneurs. So when you move into team spaces I feel like most companies have to be fairly techy to support remotework.
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I manage social media people and community managers and content creators too though as a product manager - but our company is an online platform :)
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(also I love what you're doing with betternotstop, had a peek the other week after seeing your chat in here)
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Hello fellow nomads,

Can you help a front-end Angular developer find his next job, please? :slightly_smiling_face:

Looking for a job with:
a Angular 2+
male-technologist Senior level
stopwatch Part-time (4 hours per day)
earth_africa Remote

About me:
frame_with_picture >http://nunoarruda.com/#portfolio|nunoarruda.com/#portfolio>>br />octopus >http://github.com/nunoarruda|github.com/nunoarruda>>br />page_facing_up >http://nunoarruda.com/resume.pdf|nunoarruda.com/resume.pdf>>br />
Sharing is appreciated :arrow_right:
Ask me anything :speech_balloon:

Thanks! ๐Ÿค—
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Thanks
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If there is any 3d designer that can do 3d printer sketches and is looking for a fun new side project, pm me , im looking for one for a project
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shared with my network
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Looking for dev work for part-time. Can dev in anything but prefer web-app related.
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Hi there, Node.js core contributor here. Iโ€™m looking for remote full-time or long-ish term contract work (3 months or more, preferably). Iโ€™ll consider part-time too, if itโ€™s long enough term to provide reasonable stability.

I specialize heavily in application performance, distributed systems architecture, microservices, graphql/rpc/etc. I started the Node.js diagnostics working group, which brought Google, Microsoft, IBM and many others together to unify on Node.js and JavaScript platform diagnostics features.

If you want fast JavaScript, Iโ€™m the one to talk to! :wave:

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I would if I had a "current company" face_with_rolling_eyessmile
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Hi there, also looking for my next gig.

unicorn_face Designer who can code HTML, CSS, basic JS with 10+ years exp
clock1 20h per week
world_map Fully remote
moneybag AUD $85 per hour (~USD 59)

All about me >https://new.damirkotoric.com/>>br />Resume >https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZL3NkRoKuGtqx_iMlU7sdgsEDJVXf_8WKx_vPlhFUz4/edit?usp=sharing>>br />
pray
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If anyone is looking for remote sales operations specialist, please send me a message!
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Hello Folks, Looking for remote opportunity/Role Cloud Data/Support Engineer. Please let me know if you come across any opportunity and do share with your network :pray:.
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Iโ€™ve never heard someone describe their own rates as lucrative before, lol
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How dare you, worker, demand anything from todayโ€™s ruling class, let alone good pay
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Youโ€™re supposed to do your work because of a love of the work alone, like a good worker ant
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(Iโ€™m being sarcastic, if thatโ€™s not self evident)
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๐Ÿค”
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something unclear?
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I believe xxgvo understood U0NLA1KFS's message to mean that wkedwdb was charging lucrative rates, rather than the he was looking for a position that offered lucrative rates.
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if so, that would be a very strange use of the word "lucrative"
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lxpkk wasn't saying that dvjhbdb shouldn't try to get paid well
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I mean I kinda like the idea that Iโ€™m the bourgeois against which ceaseless class war needs to be waged tho
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No, the bourgeois doesnโ€™t need to lift a finger these days. Plenty of fellow workers willing to drag everyone else down, instead of helping them up
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Awww, Iโ€™m not part of the ruling elite?
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Iโ€™m reasonably sure my MBP is means of production
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Clever cookie you are sqvppdjaeaqoqhnt
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The most expensive education that other peopleโ€™s money could buy
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Spoken like a true post-colonialist
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Anyway, Iโ€™d love to hear your thoughts โ€” as a white Australian โ€” about the evils of colonialism
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Thanks for doing the research, but you needed to dig deeper.
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Born in Yugoslavia
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So?
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I think weโ€™re way off topic here. Need to go back to bashing on people wanting good money for their labour
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You were just explaining how you donโ€™t benefit as a white man from the systemic abuse of indigenous people in the country you made home
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hzwqkxsqiuazhx that was you misunderstanding U0ELL0DV4's comment
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The general theme of this being off-topic and a waste of time is on point tho
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which seems to have been about chjbo misunderstanding U0NLA1KFS's message
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that's true
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What would you have me do U0LUCHG7Q? Die an honest man in the jungles of Bolivia?
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this is all very off-topic and pointless
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I agree.
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and now we've made his message scroll off the page
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What a dumb conversation.
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I'm going to go burn some tires in my backyard.
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hahaha
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Lol, I donโ€™t think I misunderstood - I think he likely used to wrong adjective, and meant competitive or something similar. Regardless, it was just meant as a cheeky response. Itโ€™d be like a bank marketing usurious rates. Nothing meant by it. Iโ€™m all for people being successful.
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I for one am happy that our world is such that someone born in Yugoslavia can now charge lucrative rates in Australia.
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It stood out because it made me think he was looking for someone, but put 15 years experience - which would be a mighty high xp requirement
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must have 7 centuries experience in the 2025 version of K#
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we can only pay $20 an hour however because its very easy
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k-sharp sounds like a gangster name
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Iโ€™m voting k-sharp in 2025
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15 years ago? What, were they programming on a C64?
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Hello, fellow young people. Shall we listen to the K-sharp and smoke the reefer?
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youโ€™re showing your age UCV2LAM29.. 15 years ago isnโ€™t that long ago
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in 2004 I was โ€ฆ I feel like I was building iPlayer?
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Hey now. I was 15, 15 years ago.
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jesus
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That might have been 2006 tho
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in 2004 I was building stuff for Chevrolet
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doing predictive sales analysis based on rainfall patterns
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to ensure marketing was focused where peple would buy that weekend
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jesus, i really did sell my soul for a while there
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In 2004 I built my first ever website, a janky ass HTML mess, and I got paid $1300 for it
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running around blocking storm drains in Eastern Thailand so you could short global manufacturing
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Wait, I think that was my Dad actually
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ha
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Iโ€™ve built so much crap
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my proudest things are the stuff thatโ€™s lasted. The iOS app I built that is as old as the 1st iPad (I was part of the original iPad launch for enterprise) which continues to churn out training that ensures AEDs are positioned properly to save as many lives as possible.. that didnโ€™t suck.
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The time I was brought in to consult on a drug dealing website.. not so much
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that's actually pretty sick
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(I declined that one)
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the AED one, not the cartel one
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yah
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3 minutes is the magic rule.
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1 minute to get there, 1 minute to get back, 1 minute to set up
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10% reduction in resus for every minutes delay
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seconds count to be honest
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also, if you do have sudden cardiac arrest while getting dental work done, throw yourself off the dentists chair
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the padding results in a 40% reduction in likelihood of recovery as CPR is impacted by the shallower compressions
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dentists are actually taught to throw patients off the chair now while waiting for someone to start compressions lol
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i love that your first act is โ€œshit, throw the pt off the chair!โ€
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its a funny old world
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how often do people have cardiac arrest while at the dentist? yikes
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i love that this is apparently a common enough thing that dentists have to know this
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Yes
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I've got a very black soul
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well.. SCA is rarer than youโ€™d think, but stress can induce all kinds of weird rhythms.. plus the anesthetic contains adrenaline.
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> the anesthetic contains adrenaline
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huh!
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to keep the heart going?
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nah
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its a vasoconstrictor
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its fine as long as you only hit soft tissue
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Iโ€™ve had the joy of my dentist missing the soft tissue and injecting into a vein accidentally
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boy does your heart speed up for a few seconds
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(as 10 people google the components of dental anesthetic now lol)
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15 years ago I was 25 ๐Ÿ˜ž
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if you want to have some nightmares.. this poor chapโ€™s heart stopped when they used the same solution to make it a little easier to visualize the field (this is done basically 100% of the time..)

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gqypzxtgalrpsvcsg youโ€™re as young as you feel
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I, for example, am 902
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you need more cocaine in your life, obviously
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Ugh
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Speaking of hopped up poor decisions... I had to spend $70k in an hour today
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Itโ€™s way harder than it sounds
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We got it done, thank god.
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Prepaying vendors got us over the line. Hopefully theyโ€™ve done the tax calculations on what theyโ€™re accepting
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anything to do with the cocaine I mentioned above?
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oitsr I mean, it does get the heart racing, so itโ€™s close enough to it
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This sort of shit in job ads is unhealthy โ€œYou sleep when we all #winโ€
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i would immediately close the browser upon seeing something like that. that is not remotely an atmosphere i would want to work in.
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Right?
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Just one of the red flags to help filter stuff out, other keywords are "foosbal / beer bar / ..."
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I cannot imagine how arrogant would they get once you are already in, if they state such things on their job ad.
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You eat when we hit $1MM ARR
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until then, itโ€™s thin gruel and water kiddo.
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Well obviously you aren't properly motivated to be a winner! Sleep is for the week! Work while everyone else is being LAZY and doing things like EATING or SPENDING TIME WITH THEIR FAMILY.
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couldn't give two fucks about being a winner. lol. i work part time and love it. would hate a job that required me to work day and night constantly.
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same
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i consider having a life i enjoy winning. call me crazy
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Iโ€™m not looking myself, but if anyone knows of any contract/freelance/remote software engineering openings that would be good for someone in or working remote from Seoul, South Korea (bootcamp grad + 1yr of full-stack work at an AdTech startup) let me know as Iโ€™m helping someone look. Fluent korean + conversational english. Background is Java & Spring Boot + some vue, rails, redis, postgres, etc. All connections welcome, including other freelancers on this timezone that would be good contacts or if youโ€™re overloaded on your own freelancing and could pass off extra opportunities
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The company I work for (tigerspike) are looking for two developers (one front and one back end) to build an app similar to Basecamp. The app will be built from scratch using React Native & Node on a modern AWS backend serverless architecture using Appsync / GraphQL.
The role will be a 3-month gig, starting next week. Up to 4 days a week remote are OK, but you must be available to come into the office in London when required. The day rate hasn't been set yet, but it's market rate. let me know if you want more info.
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3 months to rebuild Basecamp in react native?
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probably an mvp
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Yes, sorry I should have been clearer- the MVP should be released in Jan/ Feb.
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Anyone doing ionic?
I might have a small project, Iโ€™m making vue.js PWA website and client would like to have it as iOS and Android app as well.
Might consider alternatives as well.
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React Native ๐Ÿ– mdbjwcivt
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Can you ask that person to send me email with CV? We're not actively looking right now for juniors, but likely will be in early 2020 - if this person is still available then happy to reach out. DM for my email.
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I am looking for someone who specializing in creating custom converting landing pages. Send me a message if you are available.
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hey vaugcuracvlvblddr please let me know if you find someone and have a great experience, Iโ€™d also be interested in a recommendation
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nojycaowvxdnuv Doesn't your company do some of this type of work?
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My agency does, depending on what you're looking for and your budget. I do work from SF so we are a bit on the expensive side but also of the highest quality
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Might ask in #_design as well. Probably a few of us in here
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Hello zmxuwdlwasofzvcun I send you DM with some of my best work ๐Ÿ™‚
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Hi, I'm a Full Stack & DevOps Engineer looking for part-time remote contract. I am in EST (GMT-5) timezone. DM for more details. Cheers!
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Nice.. flexible revenge package.. we help you take out your enemies
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I've sent an email to their [email protected] to let them know ๐Ÿ™‚
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"While you're out working for us as a hitman, we provide childcare and cover public transport so you can get to your target more cost efficiently. We also give extra reward for contracts closed at restaurants."
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Top environment for play hard and work hard.. hmmm.. ๐Ÿค”
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You work 40+, we give you free coke
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(not the liquid)
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"Leave the gun, take the cannoli"
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Anyone with clothing design experience or know of someone, hit me up. Looking to contract remotely first before searching locally. Need a portfolio of work completed (men or women designs).
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I donโ€™t know anybody but Iโ€™m subscribed to this nomad vloggerโ€™s youtube channel >https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPXzsbGJgc2B2Dnc1ANP3NQ> and his full time gig is clothing design. I kinda just follow him because itโ€™s interesting to hear about someone doing the nomad thing in an industry I know so little about. Maybe you could shoot him an email and see if he has tips/connections
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> Top environment for play hard and work hard

wow would DEFINITELY not apply somewhere with that under "benefits" ๐Ÿคฎ
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Sounds like something straight outta Wolf of Wall Street
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Any freelance React Native and/or iOS Developers in the house? I resp. my company are currently searching one for a short-term project (rebuilding an existing Xamarin client app for in-store displays using React Native) and one for an ongoing product development contract (App Store released iOS version of a visual search app). If anyone is interested, hit me up with your CV and hourly/daily rate.
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Hey everyone, I am back from my honeymoon and open for work (WordPress & Laravel Development) ... I spent a lot in the past period grinstuck_out_tongue_winking_eye
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I'm curious why you're moving off of Xamarin
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It's more about the company environment than framework preference. We have many JavaScript applications (and developers) including existing RN mobile apps and zero C# projects (this particular Xamarin app is quite old and there is nobody in the company anymore who can really maintain it). And I don't want to hire one Xamarin developer just for this who cannot contribute in anything else then.
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Did you get any CVs?
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I have real experience with React but only playing around with RN, and have some throughput available. What kind of app is it?
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