by Kim Desmond, cofounder of CodingNomads
Design your lifestyle. Work remote.
An anomaly to some, an enigma to many, the remote software engineer is a very real thing. Perhaps you’ve already considered that after a coding bootcamp, all you need is your laptop and decent wifi to be a productive software developer… from anywhere. Whether you wish to work from exotic locations, or simply work from home, becoming a remote developer helps you design the lifestyle you want.
With modern communication tools, cloud-based file sharing and the global demand for software engineers – coding bootcamp grads truly have the world at their fingertips. But before you sell all your belongings and buy a one-way ticket to [insert dream location], read on for important considerations and tips on finding remote work after a coding bootcamp.
You’ll learn about:
- Is working remote the ideal job setup for you?
- Do you want to be a remote employee or a freelancer? Pros and cons of each.
- Tips and resources for finding remote work (works for anyone, not just coding bootcamp grads!)
- Groups to join to help build your digital nomad network.
- Remote-specific job sites that connect companies with remote workers, like Hubstaff Talent.
Read the full blog on Course Report.
Also be sure to check out these additional tips on finding a job after a coding bootcamp, including how to seek companies you want to work for, customize your outreach, prepare for the technical interview, and succeed on the job.
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