Hackfests (or hackathons or hack weeks) are a great way to refresh your team, explore new technologies in a low impact manner, and built connections between people. More on hackfests here. I've previously run and been part of in person…
Working in a remote company makes it more difficult to have the regular "tap the person on the shoulder" interaction that sometimes leads to knowledge transfer. You also don't have the (sometimes noisy) osmosis process that can take place when…
How can you share knowledge with a team of remote developers? Set up a regular time for them to meet virtually and let them drive the agenda.
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It feels good to have a day without meetings.
When just starting your career, you have a lot of options.
With 4 Culture Foundry offices located in Seattle, Portland, Austin, and Boulder, it becomes essential to find solutions that bring our team together remotely.