If you’re in a field and thinking of learning some new things, either to be able to work on other areas or change your career completely, you’ll find yourself learning in your free time. One thing we need to make clear however, is if you’re learning something to be able to do your current job, you need to do it in your working hours. Not … Continue reading 3 steps guide to learn something new while maintaining a daily job
Question: How to show the world what you can do if your work is proprietary or not public? Answer: A portfolio. It’s easier to pass an interview with a portfolio in hands than passing it with only your resume to speak for you. In the former, when asked about what you can do, you can say: I worked in a project called X, where I … Continue reading Building a portfolio
In your journey of finding remote jobs you’re likely to find two types of teams: distributed and remote. Even if they are used interchangeably, you need to be aware of the difference. This talk by Matt Mullenweg, CEO of Automattic, is a good talk about Remote vs Distributed, but also remote working in general. I highly recommend watching it. Or if you prefer text, continue … Continue reading Understanding Remote vs Distributed teams
Everyone asks himself, where should I work? The response is different depending on your field and what you want to be in the future. But what’s discussed here, even if it’s applied to software engineering, can be said about any job out there. If you’re in a hurry and want a quick check list, you can find one at the end of this article. As … Continue reading Where should I work?
In the beginning, software applications were desktop ones. You know, the ones you download from the internet or install from a CD, and get pinged about updates you need to install. We then moved to mobile applications. With the same story, you need to install it on your mobile phone, and update it now and then to get those latest shiny features. But can we … Continue reading The future of software applications
In 2018, between 50 to 100 software engineers left Morocco every month, usually for France. While Morocco is proud with this achievement, as it shows his good education system, there is something we need to ask ourself: Why? I’ve worked in the Moroccan software industry for nearly 2 years before quitting. These years were more than enough for me to raise some red flags. Especially … Continue reading Why software engineers are leaving Morocco
Remote working is something beneficial for your career and your personal life. It can be summarized as: an international experience, less time wasted and the freedom to move anywhere. But let’s talk about each thing: Talents from all around the globe You’ll get the chance to work with incredible people from everywhere. This is good for both your personal well being as you’ll get to … Continue reading 4 reasons why remote work is beneficial for you