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The freedom to work remotely is a powerful experience. Meet Chris: husband, father, football coach, and remote software engineer extraordinaire. Chris discovered manageable work-life balance which helped him become a better software engineer. Watch him as he describes his journey towards better wellness and finding the freedom to live life on his terms. A happy developer does indeed make for better code. Surge forward with us today. Work For Us      Hire Us   [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MW2n2slOh0o[/embed]

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It seems like coding boot camps, coding programs in schools, and other development initiatives are popping up left and right these days. After all, learning how to code, even just a little, is helpful for more careers than software engineering. In fact, some none-coding jobs are starting to require a basic level of coding ability. With all of these programs pushing coding these days, you may start to think the industry is flooded with would-be-developers as well as senior engineers, right? Wrong. In fact, there’s a significant shortage of qualified people in this country to fill the available programming positions. The Job Disparity…

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With an annual salary ranging from $50,000 to $120,000, software engineering can be a very lucrative career. But is it a fulfilling one? What’s the rate of job satisfaction among programmers and software engineers? And how does it compare with the rest of the country’s jobs? Job Satisfaction Statistics A survey last year by weekly magazine The Economist found that, overall, 58% of workers in the U.S. are at least reasonably happy in their jobs. Only 12% are actually unhappy with their jobs, while around 31% are ambivalent. According to another study by the University of Chicago, the career with…

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Working from home can be something of a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it affords you the freedom and flexibility to work at your own pace, on your own terms, which may allow you to get more done. On the other hand, without a strict structure to your day, or continual monitoring from those that hold you accountable, it can be easy to get distracted, ultimately losing productivity instead of gaining it. So, which is the case? Are you more or less productive when you work from home? The debate has gone on for years. But now, it may…

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Few company execs have internalized the power of a remote workforce when dealing with development projects. Time-to-market is sharply improved. The talent quality you can recruit and retain is far superior, partly because you can find the best talent anywhere, even if it's geographically far from the intense metro area where your operations are headquartered. And communication, which is often oddly referenced as a telecommuting weak spot, is actually orders of magnitude better than a headquarters-based team. And yet, with all of those benefits and many more, so many company execs still resist remote workforces. The reason is psychological: Headquarters…

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