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We spend most of our time here exploring the positive side of software development, nearshore and offshore team building, and how to run an awesome company (like…
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We spend most of our time here exploring the positive side of software development, nearshore and offshore team building, and how to run an awesome company (like Jobsity!).
The image of the software developer, alone in their room, pounding at the keys on a solo project, late into the night and into the early morning...is more myth than reality. These days, most devs and programmers work in teams.
Part of what makes Jobsity’s team of nearshore developers the top 3% of Latin American software development talent is their raw skills as coders, programmers, and engineers.
If you’re a good developer, you may have nightmares about difficult interactions with third-party services. . Be it calling third-party APIs or sending emails to a large number of people.
One major concern for US companies - especially smaller entities and startups - is how to attract local tech talent without paying astronomical rates.
Our CEO, Andres Garzon, has taken over the podcast! In this new episode, he talks about what Jobsity is doing to become a fully customer-centric company.
Ask any tech entrepreneur where they would set up their new business venture, and you’d expect one answer to come up most of the time: Silicon Valley.
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