By Danielle TylerRevelry Software Engineer When I was first searching for entry-level software development jobs, the term “apprentice” was not a part of my…
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Dungeons & Dragons game nights. Kickball and games with your work friends. Yoga and guided meditation live over Zoom. Divine relaxation in a float…
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We look for three things. We want a cover letter that shows that you’ve done your research and are applying with intention. We want a résumé. That’s just par for the course. But third, and perhaps most importantly, we want to see your community contribution.
Maverick is a far more interesting read than the average business book. I heartily recommend it to anyone who wants to make their work place more energetic, effective, fair, and most of all, humane.
By using the #watercooler channel in Slack, we’re able to get to know our coworkers and expose our personalities. This is how we create great office culture.
Many elements of software development can be found in these 5 board games that enthusiast Brad Huber has carefully selected for your review. Have a look!
At its core, pairing is another useful strategy to work with your peers and get shit done. The best way to know what works for you is to take more opportunities to pair with others, think about what works and what doesn’t work, and continue to refine this skill set.
As a solutions company, Revelry brings a lot to the table through experience and expertise. These characteristics foster a no-fear approach to completing the…