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Tigran Hakobyan freeCodeCamp

Reflections on being a remote developer

Tigran Hakobyan, remote software engineer at Buffer, writes on the freeCodeCamp blog: Working remotely is very different from working in the office. I don’t think you fully grasp the difference until you actually start being remote. For someone like me who never worked in a remote environment, the beginning wasn’t smooth and it came with challenges. I can clearly remember my very first day at Buffer... Tigran also shares a pretty comprehensive breakdown of a typical workday.

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Manuel Vila freeCodeCamp

Let’s fix the good old command line

Manuel Vila: We are using more and more command-line tools, and while many of them are really good, I think they could be even better if they were based on more modern foundations. Because our tools are based on ancient paradigms (*nix, Bash, etc.), it's difficult for them to be both customizable and easy to use. After working for a year trying to solve this problem, he came up with "resources", which he says: brings an object-oriented interface to the command-line tools, making them a lot more flexible, composable, and user-friendly. The curmudgeon in me immediately thought, "old dog ... new tricks", but Manuel has a reply ready: I am well aware that I am not going to change 50 years of old practices by myself. It has to be a collective effort. So I'm trying to communicate as much as I can to find the few people crazy enough to join the adventure. Are you "crazy enough" to go on the adventure with him? Click through to find out more.

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