All posts by Luis Magalhaes

Luis Magalhães is Director of Marketing and editor-in-chief at DistantJob. He writes about how to build and manage remote teams, and the benefits of hiring remote workers.
He‘s been managing editorial teams remotely for the past 15 years, and training teammates to do so for nearly as long.

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Onboarding A Remote Developer

Whether you’ve been running a remote team for years or you’re just taking your first tentative steps into hiring a remote programmer, there is one […]

IBM, Fix Your Remote Work Program in 3 Easy Steps

If you are a remote work fan, you probably remember 2017 IBM’s idiotic decision to get rid of remote workers. At the time, we’ve made […]

Your Programming Interviewing Questions are Wrong

Some of the most successful and talented programmers in the world weren’t able to pass the most common feature of the average programming interviewing questions […]

How To Fire Someone Remotely

The day has come. You like this employee, but they aren’t doing a good job, and the team is being affected by this. You know […]

Why Remote Programmers Are The Best to Hire And How To Keep Them Productive

We at DistantJob are firm believers in the advantages of remote work. That’s why our whole company is remote, and that’s why we have helped […]

How to Help Your Developer Stay Productive While Working Remotely

Writing code is a unique occupation. And it requires a unique skill set. On the one hand, it’s analytical, and you must pay very close […]

6 Reasons Why Remote is Your Best Bet When Hiring a SQL Developer

Do you need to hire a SQL developer? Do you need a SQL developer fast? And do you need them to be absolutely pros in […]

A Basic Trello Content Marketing Workflow for Remote Teams

Hey there, I’m Luís. You probably know me as the host of the DistantJob Podcast.  What you’re less likely to know about me is that […]

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.

I NEED A JOB