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Discussion on: How to Become a Remote Developer

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Siarhei Siniak

Interesting notion on negotiating terms with a supervisor.
Remember I tried to it first time. They said, only trust worthy ones that has been part of the team for long enough, deserve the right to work remotely. Otherwise, it's likely not to work out. But to think of it now, it was a lame way to let your intent go down, and stop you from bothering a manager.
That would make sense to provide some difference between remote work and actual freelancing. Most of the points for communication, they rise from a necessity to reduce risks, not just a ritual when you chit chat with your colleagues, etc.