The number of remote positions for coders and other IT development roles is rising fast as the number of companies and new enterprises to adopt it.
I am very happy to work for a company, e-Core that supports this kind of work relationship, somehow.
But now that is not the case.
Right now I am enjoying my vacationing time in Recife, Brazil, almost 2K miles away from Porto Alegre, that’s were I currently live and work for e-Core.
Tropical weather, always breezing and about half a block from the sea, but also once bored (hard though…) I get back to my personal coding projects (some investigations and some apps currently being developed).
To allow that my stack includes hangouts, github, Atlassian bitbucket, heroku, digitalocean, codio and a handful of online tools.
After some temptation to resist upgrading our work Macbook Pro 15, I decided to take the risk and started the upgrade. Following the suggested steps the installer started downloading what was supposed to last (at least initially) 5 to 6 hours long, for the required bits.
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