All posts by Gabriela Molina

Gabriela Molina is the writer and executive editor of the DistantJob blog. As a former freelance journalist, she has covered a wide range of topics throughout her career. She was featured in Datasciencentral, Simpleprogrammer, to name a few. She is currently specializing in the areas of technology, leadership, and remote work.

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Best Interview Questions to Ask an Entry Level & Senior Java Developer

Are you looking to hire a Java developer? Or do you have interviews coming on the way? The best way to get ready for an […]

How to Manage a Remote Team as a Digital Nomad with Sara Magnabosco

During this podcast episode, Sara Magnabosco reveals how to manage a remote team being a digital nomad and, more importantly, how to create a sense of community among team members that live in different parts of the world.

JavaScript Frameworks: Which Ones to Use in 2022?

Old doesn’t mean obsolete, and JavaScript is the living proof of this. Despite being around for more than two decades, it continues to be one […]

Effective Remote Hiring Strategies with Bretton Putter

During this podcast episode, Bretton Putter smashes one of the most common myths regarding remote hiring. Usually, companies look for ‘culture fit’ when interviewing candidates. However, Bretton says that looking for such quality is impossible and that companies instead should hire for values.

Succeeding as a Remote Leader with Gary Walker

During this episode, our guest, Gary Walker, gives a brushstroke around many of the processes that surround remote work. He reveals tips to help leaders boost their employee’s performance and strategies to build a healthy culture, and more importantly, he explains why getting rid of office-based management is crucial.

Leading with Empathy in a Virtual Setting with Corine Tan

In this episode, Corine Tan shares insights on the importance of leading with empathy when you have a distributed team. She also highlights why culture is crucial when starting a company and that leaders should never take it for granted.

15 Affordable Employee Appreciation Ideas for Your Remote Team

Remember that time you felt your brain catching on fire with so many tasks to do, but then Bob sent you that funny meme on […]

Salary Negotiation Tips for Remote Workers

Does the idea of negotiating salary make you sick to your stomach? Don’t worry; sadly, this happens to most people. Whether it’s about salary negotiation […]

How to Increase Cultural Competence in a Remote Setting with Theresa Sigillito Hollema

Cultural competence is one area that requires the most work because leaders need to understand that having a diverse team is also about understanding their backgrounds. In this podcast episode, Theresa Sigillito Hollema shares how to increase cultural competence remotely and how to be a better virtual leader for your team.

Are you our next superstar remote developer?

You live, breathe and eat code, and have fun figuring out how to solve problems. And you love living in South America or Eastern Europe. But you don’t feel as fulfilled as your friends in North America.