Is there really a point in the team (the office) or you can start and udalenke?
In the office I have vacancies for programmers. As a coder I grew up there and certainly not to grow.
To move you need money, and this requires a job with a higher SN, but it needs to move.
Plus you have to be experienced.
There is an option to switch to udalenku, but I heard it sucks without a team and will learn nothing (though to impose myself and learned) but I can assume the layout is so much easier like this...
Who faced, how you solved this problem
I heard that the remote is not what you do not learn
there is a spiral...
first, you like a sponge sit at home and absorb everything, then edge and you don't get cool... in this case not to delay and to work with the big boys, maybe more questions than answers
then begins that the work is not a channel of knowledge and pulls into a routine/low-level instructions
then again you realize that you need not just to learn but to teach, maybe everything disappears and there is no flow of ideas/solutions or goals not your flight
and cool tasks there, in the office
then again -- you know the routine, more comfortable home...
I envy those who tend their line, but I am more than confident that the development schedule at all is not straight with the angle of 90 degrees... if you have a bunch of friends, the boiling life-is too fit... after all, new people, different ideas and communication...
My experience -- I'm looking for a team and work in the office (in the NSC, although much of the MSK name is), but remotely lead a project that feeds me and allows me to choose the office job and try for a long time... until the training only at home (about 7 months).
Evelyn19 answered on June 10th 19 at 14:53
I started and rose to the top for salary completely on distance and online learning. The main thing would be desire, as elsewhere.
1. Free schedule.
2. The boss is not above the head.
3. Precious time is not wasted on fees, the road, etc.
1. Remote jobs 4 times less.
In offices plus only one - for less knowledge offered a lot of money. But don't relax so much like home, the boss sees all. =)
Guiseppe answered on June 10th 19 at 14:55
Remote work, too, is a command, and it is possible to learn something.
But remotely, without enough knowledge to start working much harder. Those who are offering remote work(instead of ordering a freelancer), usually, need enough professional workers, and they have pretty high standards for candidates...
And you can learn yourself, and understand the correct Lee go through, and get feedback about their knowledge(and actually for this and need a team) can try their hand at some opencores project, such as...
Chadrick.Schimmel answered on June 10th 19 at 14:57
It is better to work in the office for good and more rapid learning.
About the move, put the money with a pair of z\n, with nimity room on the outskirts (it's cheap), for the first time, you will be enough, will suffer for three months, and then eat in a normal apartment. The main thing is to discard this fear that we need the money, etc., will operate will understand that it is easier than it seemed.
Tomasa answered on June 10th 19 at 14:59
The basics can take yourself from textbooks, to write some project (say, media player), and you can try to find udalenku/be interviewed via Skype prior to moving in.
Lenny_Schill answered on June 10th 19 at 15:01
The office is a storehouse of knowledge and experience. Sitting beside you what a seasoned frontends. It's a ton of info that firstly you can see in the code, and secondly to learn in conversation with him. The development has a whole slew of subtleties. In this environment, people are fast-growing , well, or fire him. Because if there is a possibility , but it seems like it is . If you have a family, things are up and forward. Sorry you decided not to .
Pedro65 answered on June 10th 19 at 15:03
there are two serious options, but both they are not yours: a good education or talent, which would allow you to think about something bigger than life conveyor riveting sites
therefore, an intelligent artisan, there is no difference where to work, especially for office often need experience, which you have not, but which can be obtained on its own or remote projects, but the office gives a good experience in communication with colleagues and customers
Eulalia22 answered on June 10th 19 at 15:05
What kind of idiotic questions, you have the choice between udalenku and udalenku, throw a coin and choose
Marilyne_Rueck answered on June 10th 19 at 15:07
In the office it is easier to grow. Especially for beginners it is better the office. On remote can work, when you sure will be able to solve the problem yourself. At least no worse than those sitting close to you.
I work in the office, but sometimes agree to work from home. Personally, I feel more comfortable working in the office, but at home I feel in a vacuum with his hands chopped off. Ie from home my potential involved at 100%.