This time around, we’ll cover the biggest HR Technology events that are due this year, starting from August and finishing up in November. Feel free to choose any of those, because they are guaranteed to be perfect opportunities to network and meet like-minded individuals who work in IT, web development, and tech recruitment.
We talked to Oksana Tripolskaja, a co-founder of HR House, a small recruiting agency in Ukraine. Oksana has visited the Running Remote conference this year and shares her thoughts about the event in this interview.
What is mentorship and how does it relate to web development? Is mentorship really a necessity or something you can do without? Where can you find a perfect coding mentor? And is there such a thing as a ‘perfect coding mentor’ anyway? In this piece, we’ll answer all of those questions.
In this piece, we’ll define the term onboarding, describe the process of onboarding for developers, and share a sample onboarding checklist for developers and remote employees or those both if you happen to hire remote developers.
Proficiency in algorithms is such an essential part of programming knowledge that it’s hard to imagine great remote developers without it. The great thing about algorithms and when utilized properly, they can really make you shine in the eyes of your employer and colleagues.