Ariel Camus

Founder of @MicroverseInc, a school for remote software developers that is free until you get a job. Tourist Eye co-founder (acquired by Lonely Planet).

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medium.freecodecamp.org
Article
The Ultimate Guide to Preparing for the Coding Interview
November, 26 2018
medium.freecodecamp.org
Article
The five mentors every software developer needs and how to find them
October, 9 2018
medium.freecodecamp.org
Article
Lessons and tips from a Singaporean hacker in Silicon Valley
September, 25 2018
medium.freecodecamp.org
Article
Follow these simple rules and you’ll become a Git and GitHub master
August, 10 2018
medium.freecodecamp.org
Article
The portfolio hack that will make everyone want to hire you
July, 30 2018
hackernoon.com
Article
Why I left San Francisco to build my new startup while traveling the world
July, 18 2018
medium.freecodecamp.org
Article
How remote pair programming works and why it can change your life
July, 2 2018
hackernoon.com
Article
The Software Developer’s Guide to Building an Online Reputation
May, 8 2018
hackernoon.com
Article
The One Reason why People Fail at Learning to Code and How to Avoid it
April, 27 2018
hackernoon.com
Article
The Ultimate List of Resources for Remote Workers – Hacker Noon
April, 21 2018
medium.freecodecamp.org
Article
The most powerful tips to help you get a remote job
March, 25 2018
hackernoon.com
Article
5 Real Examples of Freelance Projects Junior Developers Should Definitely Avoid
March, 13 2018
hackernoon.com
Article
5 Real Examples of Freelance Projects Junior Developers Should Apply to
March, 13 2018
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About
Ariel Camus is a writer who has produced content for hackernoon.com and medium.freecodecamp.org
Key Phrases
Software Developer, Pair Programming, Open Source, Software Developers, Remote Pair, Remote Software, San Francisco, Real Examples, Freelance Projects, Online Reputation
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