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A peek at some of the pre-qualified professionals who are available to work remotely on your software project.

Client testimonials

"Daniel’s skills and attitude have been such a great fit for the organization. He immediately felt like part of the team."

Justin Knecht
Executive Director, Product Experience
Luma Institute

"Nacho brings top-notch coding and leadership that allowed us to improve our development processes."

Brian Spitz
CoFounder, StoryFire

"Julian hit the ground running with our Rails app. He's been a solid asset to the team."

Jason van den Brand
CEO, Lenda

Meet the Scalable Path community

With so many freelancers with varying backgrounds and perspectives,
we have a lot to say.

  • 13 Aug 2019

    How to Conduct an Interview to Hire the Right Remote Freelancer

    Recruitment Specialist

    Knowing how to conduct an interview effectively is crucial to hiring the right freelancer. Hiring the wrong candidate can set your project back, eat into your bottom line, and frustrate your team. Shannon Shaper, who helped fine-tune Google’s recruiting process, says that “hiring is the most important thing you’ll do as a business.” We couldn’t agree more. Yet, the people put in charge of hiring rarely have specific experience in conducting interviews! This makes the hiring experience stressful (for them and the candidates) and ineffective (for the company).

    Hiring, Project Management, Remote Work, Interview Tips, Technical Interviews read more
  • 3 May 2019

    Why You Should Start Using TypeScript Today

    Senior Developer

    Clocking in at over 20 years old, JavaScript is one of the elder statesmen of the programming world. It’s also, according to developer community HackerRank, 2018’s most popular programming language. This longevity, driven by continued demand for web apps, has put the spotlight on JavaScript's inherent limitations. Dynamic and Static Language Types

    Backend, Development, Frontend, Javascript, TypeScript read more
  • 19 Feb 2019

    A Guide to Software Project Estimation

    Software Project Estimation. Three words guaranteed to make anyone in software development shift uncomfortably in their seat. Until now. Over the past 10 years, our team has planned hundreds of development projects. As you’d expect, we’ve gotten better and better at it!  Our estimation tool started life as a spreadsheet, before progressing into an online tool (or mini web app). And now we’ve decided to make it freely available as part of our Product Owner Toolkit. This article discusses how to use the estimation tool, as well as the underlying methodology that powers it. In particular, how looking at every project through two lenses (team planning and tasks) can improve your understanding of the projects cost and timeline of a project. Estimating is, by definition, a guess about the future. And considering 66% of development projects run over their allocated time, it’s safe to say that, as an industry, we’re not all that good at software project estimation. So it’s understandable to be nervous.

    Project Management, Strategy, Estimating, Hiring, Planning read more
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