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How to be a great remote developer AND lightning talk- Using Ruby for Blockchain
We'll start the evening off with a brief presentation by Joe Hunt on building a blockchain using Ruby followed by a presentation on becoming a great remote worker by Nitesh Agrawal. --- Becoming a Great Remote Worker with Nitesh Agrawal The world is going to work remotely. The best jobs are not in your backyard; in fact, they are distributed all over the globe. Just because you are physically located at a particular location, should not mean that you are not doing the work that you deserve and want. Nitesh will guide fellow developers on why remote jobs, how to find one, and once you have a remote job how to be really good at that! // Requirements // All Skill Levels // About the Speaker // Nitesh started building startups when he was just 20 years old. He has raised $150M in venture funding and has worked with Asia’s two most successful startups. He is the founder and CEO of Indiez. Indiez helps non-tech entrepreneurs become millionaires by building high-quality apps and websites for them and then helping them grow the product. All products are built by our highly curated and global community of independent contractors who come from companies like Google, Facebook, Spotify and many more. Previous to Indiez, he was building Housing.com which was a $400 million dollar company funded by Softbank. He was also the first employee of Ola (Uber’s competition and $15 Billion company). // Agenda // 6:30: Socializing and Food 7:00: Introductions and Announcements 7:05 Kickoff 8:00: Wrap up // Parking and Metro // Parking at 2100 - 2300 Clarendon Blvd is free after 6:00. Enter the garage at 2100 Clarendon Blvd and turn right for gated parking in the garage or turn left for metered parking. The ATX is located at Courthouse Metro on the Orange and Silver lines.

Excella Consulting Arlington Tech Exchange ATX

2300 Wilson Blvd Suite 630 · Arlington, VA

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