When it comes to words, she’s got a lot of them. In the first team interview of the new season, we talk to the Content Lead, Abbey Charles, about writing, software development, and how you can find your own niche in the tech world.
Is the talent of one person worth less than another simply because of their physical location? As the pandemic has spread people across the globe, we’re taking a look at how remote work is changing the salary landscape.
Sometimes being a part of a sales team can feel akin to being in the desert on a broken bike six miles from the trailhead when it’s 115 degrees out, trying not to panic. And how do you hire for that kind of heat? This week we sit down with our VP of Revenue, Ben […]
What startup says “no” to funding for almost an entire decade? One that’s either totally crazy or incredibly astute. Maybe we’re a little of both? Hot off the heels of our Series A raise, we talked to our CEO, Teja Yenamandra, and COO, Tyler Newkirk, about the decision to bootstrap for so long, and how, […]
Low-code and no-code builders have increased in popularity over the last few years, but is that a good thing, a bad thing, or just a thing thing?
What happens when an idea to hook your friends up with jobs becomes a multi-million dollar talent agency operating on a global scale? In the opener to season 2 of the Frontier Podcast, you’ll learn from Gun.io’s founder and CEO, Teja Yenamandra, exactly how he made it happen.
With the newest cohort of developers starting work life from home, how can we make sure they’re getting the career guidance we all got when we first started? Mentoring remotely is the answer.
Whether you’re working across the street or around the world from your client, communication and availability on freelance jobs is of paramount importance.
How remote can you get and still work with your favorite client? Working across timezones takes a little practice and some ingenuity, but you’ll get to explore the world and get paid.
Thanks to our community’s investment in making Gun.io better, we’ve been able to chase down several usability improvements (proposed by you all!) this month.
What’s keeping you stateside when the world is your proverbial oyster? This list of the best places to work on a digital nomad visa will get you on your way out of town in no time.
Pull it out of the closet, dust it off, and find something on this roundup of Raspberry Pi projects that’ll finally put it to good use.