With remote work opportunities becoming more and more common, we see an increasing number of both remote jobs and applicants. What is the best way to look for talent, when you’re not limited by geographic boundaries? As an applicant, what should you expect from potential employers when looking for a remote job?
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Clare, Asaph and Adam discuss some higher-level techniques for handling more complicated migration use cases in Drupal 8 in addition to methods for troubleshooting migrations.
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Chris teaches digital agency owners how to regain control, to prioritize and delegate tasks, and to get out of the trenches so that you can get back to doing your job: running the company.
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Web security depends on following boring ole’ best practices, like keeping your software up-to-date. This makes it fairly dull, unlike Hollywood portrayals of IT security. However, if disaster strikes, you need a plan in place to fix things, fast.
When I first started working at a digital marketing agency and wanted to refine my project management skills, I found marginally helpful articles that outlined the basics of technical project management; certifications in Agile, Waterfall, Scrum and/or PMP all seemed necessary for success in that role.