Aug. 22, 2017

Survival Tricks for Remote Developers

Video and slides of the talk presented by Alessio Bragadini at PyCon 8 conference in Florence, April 2017

At the Italian Python conference Alessio Bragadini illustrated some of the key aspects on how he works remotely and how a distributed team can be efficient in his talk Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Survival tricks and tools for remote developers. Thanks to his experience, in a matter of minutes Alessio clearly explains what implies to work away from the office and how to do it successfully by using specific methods and practices. The talk ends with a useful list of tips and tools to “survive” in a distributed team.

The video recording of the talk can be watched here or on YouTube. Slides available from SlideShare.


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Roberto Bettazzoni

Agile coach, technical trainer and software developer with broad experience in several areas. I help companies to adopt agile methodologies and modern software engineering practices.
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Agile coach, technical trainer and software developer with broad experience in several areas. I help companies to adopt agile methodologies and modern software engineering practices.

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