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May2013

Seeking a Web Development QA for our CT Office


Our CT office is currently looking for a Web Development QA.  A large percentage of the applicants thus far are nowhere near our area and it’s becoming clear that the work culture of developers has shifted to a majority of people who work remotely or “teleworking.”  For our firm, having the face to face contact with our clients and with each other is central to the way we work.

Working remotely has gained traction thanks to a host of technological advancements and cost-saving benefits, however, it’s not always the best way.  Yahoo made waves recently when it (somewhat abruptly) ended its telecommuting program.  In reality, we are in the midst of a shift and it’s not yet clear which way it will swing.  For some of the up-and-coming developers, we’ve noticed that the idea of coming to work in an office and having daily collaborations with colleagues and clients is a wild notion.  Early on, in our first jobs, it was considered a kind of perk or benefit if we were allowed to “work from home” which is what we called it in those days.  Now, people scratch their heads and think, “Really?  I have to come in to work?”  It’s an interesting shift.

If you’re interested in learning about our open position, take a look.  Keep in mind that the ideal candidate must live in or near CT.

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