Want to start presenting at meetups and conferences? Here's what I've learned and what I wish I'd known when I started as a speaker.
We asked our team what's helping them stay positive, focused, and connected as all-remote work stretches on. Here's what they had to say.
Doing work and school online from home was really taxing our network. Here's how I used Xfinity and UniFi to create a great home network.
We hadn't had an in-person event since March, and Atoms really missed seeing one another. So we found a way to hold small, socially-distanced get-togethers.
As a manager, you are the vital link between your direct reports and the organization. In this socially-distant era, regular 1-on-1 meetings are essential.
Starting your first development job is stressful – especially when you're temporarily remote. Here are a few things that helped ease my onboarding.
When you're working from home, changing routines is a great way to press the reset button, look at things with a new perspective, and regain energy and focus.
During the hour each day you can leave work behind, call up a colleague. A little social connection can bring you more value than an extra hour of work.
Family standup meetings have helped us maintain harmony in our household while keeping our work-from-home and school productivity levels high.
What can we gain from this time of new forced constraints that we can continue to benefit from even when those constraints are gone?
As a manager, being remote from my team while social distancing is tough. But I’ve added two new practices that help fill the gap.
The business world is undergoing a lot of change and uncertainty. Here are five ways you can connect with people during business development conversations.