Nearsoft’s culture includes democratic practices, people-centered decision making, agile methodologies and our company values. In this section you will find posts describing our day to day cultural practices. The door is open, get to know the Nearsoftian Tribe.
by Carlos Ponce.
In the tech world – and then some – running a successful business is about making things happen in a way that works for both the service provider and the client. You need to get the word out, somehow, though. There are many ways and tools to do this quite inexpensively and effectively. Some say […]
by Artemisa Yescas.
We are still very far away from equality of women in technology. Today, only 25% of the world’s computing occupations are held by women. In Latin America, technology education is emerging and the possibility of studying any technology related topic from an early age is practically non-existent.
by Carlos Ponce.
If your U.S.-based software company is looking for a great remote team to work on your product, making sure that everyone speaks English fluently makes perfect sense. You want to make sure that your development team abroad is fully capable of communicating in your own language coherently. Having a good command of the English language […]
by Ana Reynoso.
I am one of those people who has lived with fear for most of my life. It doesn’t go away overnight. But you can identify and get over your fears, it’s just hard work. Fortunately, my team at work has been very helpful along the way.
And as one of them told me, you need to crack a few eggs to make an omelette.
by Paola Trujillo.
When we were children the only limits were our dreams and imagination. Before we realized it, we were all grown up and making our lives fit other people’s expectations.
You can build your career to satisfy others, or you can take charge of your life and build a legacy.
It’s your choice!
by Matt Perez.
Conversation are for shaping action. This might be what you envision your client to look like. He might say something like, “You must be the newbie.” The truth is that clients are people, just like you. Clients come in all shapes and forms. And they are all just like you. So, here’s my definition of […]
by Ariel Isaac.
If you’re a software developer, you have most likely worked with people who are not in the same office as you are. And you’ve probably not liked it.
To improve communications with your distributed team make it fun and make it work. You have to go beyond simply being “a Skype profile image.”
by Monica Tye.
More companies are incorporating flex time and integrating digital nomads into their workforce. This trend is especially true for the software industry.
Nevertheless, working remotely poses some challenges as well; I know this first hand. I then turned to one of my favorite Slack communities, Women In Tech. We discussed the challenges of working remotely as well as ways to overcome them.
Here’s what we came up with.
In the technology space talent has been in short supply for a while now. Competition is nothing short of fierce.
For a company, one option is to become a talent magnet, the place where the bestest and brightest want to join. At the other end of the spectrum, you just take who you can get and do the best you can.
The latter has never been an option for Nearsoft.
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