The project which pushed this whole site into existence is coming back. Check the GitHub blog for details! blog.github.com/2018-09-24-hacktoberfest-is-back-and-celebrating-its-fifth-year/
When I first got involved with the maintenance of this list of remote-friendly companies, it was just a GitHub repository with content stored in a bunch of Markdown files. This is great for developers, but GitHub can be a bit intimidating if you haven't used it before. Then, about a month ago, this website got … Continue reading Website updates
Drew, part of the Support Driven community has a great post about what was like to constantly search for a job for a year. I know the feeling, I did similarly before I landed my current role. I hope that this, and the Remote In Tech list can help in some small way.
Are you looking for a new role? Are you hiring for new roles and looking for applicants? Many people use the New Year as a time to freshen up and push forward. If you've found Remote In Tech to be useful either as a "hiring tool" or in your job search, I'd love to hear … Continue reading New year, new job?
Seems like the end of the year is when people start thinking about another job. The whole "work from home" trend with job seekers is picking up pace, and many people realise that this is a viable option rather than something unattainable! I've started keeping a note of view and unique counts of the GitHub repo … Continue reading Highest view count
Popular company profiles and the GitHub traffic charts. cc @mapbox @10up @andyet
So is this just another job board?