TRAVELING THE WORLD
as a Web Developer
Bangalore Mumbai, Hyderabad, NCR etc.)
Smaller town (maybe your hometown)
Magic Option 4
- Earn much more than your City job
- Spend as much time with friends and family as you want
- Don't live in the City
- Travel the world
What is this Magic Option?
Work from Anywhere
BRING YOUR OWN OFFICE
So what are we talking about?
- What are the joys and the pains of life as a Remote Engineer?
- Why you would want to be a Remote Engineer?
- Why you wouldn't want to be a Remote Engineer?
- How do you become a Remote Engineer?
Digital Nomads are people, who work remotely and lead a nomadic lifestyle, working out of Cafes and Airbnb's.
Digital nomads often tend to utilise this flexibility by travelling cities and countries.
Who is a Digital Nomad?
- 2 years as a Digital Nomad
- 13 countries - work + travel
- Multiple remote organizations.
What are your creds?
- Flexibility - time/location/clothing
- Lower costs - commute/clothing/cost of living (location)
- Better pay (possibly), lesser tax (possibly)
- Stress (traffic related)
- Health - Pollution/Home food
- Fewer sick days (when you're not that sick)
- More time with family, friends
- Travel, explore! Or spend time in your hometown.
- Meet new people from around the world, online and in person
- ........ (there are so many)
Why (for the employee)?
- Lack of structure/routine
- Lack of social life (if you're that kind of person)
- Distractions at home
- Dependence on Technology when infra is weak
- Job security (possibly)
Why not (for the employee)?
- Bigger talent pools
- Minimal office infrastructure ($$)
- Productivity - one size doesn't fit all
Why (for the employer)?
- Information and Data Security
- Enforcing productivity
- Time tracking
Why not (for the employer)?
How do I sign up?
1. Hone your skills
2. Update your profile
Technology + Communication
Traveling the World as a Web Developer
By Nikhil John