This week we talk about working remotely. What are some the benefits of working remotely? What are some ways to help your team work remotely and remain accountable? Would we recommend working remotely?
Also I like to add if you are wondering what is Singlish all about. Here is the link.
‘Singlish,’ Singapore’s unique brand of colloquial English, is the linguistic product of a society whose official common language is English, but which comprises ethnic Chinese, Malays, and Indians in a ratio of roughly 7:2:1. Borrowing freely from various dialects for its vocabulary, grammatical structures and spoken accent, Singlish has evolved into a creole that often leaves uninitiated outsiders laughing, or reeling from incomprehension. Link
And finally, before you click the listen button. This is our episode, which also means that Chris and I have been podcasting for a year. Thank you so much for your support! We will me making some changes to the show and the site so stay tune.
- We Work Remotely: A job listing site for remote workers.
- Why We (Still) Believe in Working Remotely: StackExchange have 16 full-time remote and 18 in-office developers, sysadmins, designers, and community managers.
- The Pros & Cons of Being a Remote Team: Working remotely has a lot of advantages, but it’s far from perfect.
- Internal Yahoo No-Work-From-Home Memo: “We need to be one Yahoo!, and that starts with physically being together.”
- Chris’s Presentation: Project Management – SCRUM