Whether you work from home or choose to be a “digital nomad” traversing the continents, remote work is all the rage – web development included. Remote web developer jobs offer signify ultimate freedom for many people; all you need is your laptop and an internet connection, and you’re in business. You can work from anywhere, whether that be at home, a local coffee shop or your favorite vacation spot.
While landing such a dream job can seem out of reach, especially if you’re new to the industry, there are several steps you can take to help your career as a remote web developer take off in the right direction. Here are six tips for landing remote web developer jobs.
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For the past 6 years, our firm has encountered an overwhelming problem from new clients who want to build apps. The problem is that their expectations for developing an app are formed by incorrect and haphazardly articles written by inexperienced software developers on this topic. Since the average app takes 18 weeks to develop (4.5 months), first-time app developers need a way to understand this entire process. With this in mind, we compiled a practical guide for people who want to develop an app and understand how it all works. This article will not only inform first-time app developers, but it intends to set the correct expectations, including pitfalls, about developing an app from beginning to end.