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Remote versus offshoring in software development

Published on February 22, 2018 and filed under Remote and distributed teams
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by Andreas Creten and will take

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Becoming enotionally involved? This blogpost explains why we really like the all-in-one workspace to write, plan, collaborate, and get organized.
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Andreas Creten

Co-founder and honorary member of the positive ADHD movement. Andreas codes, takes decisions, arranges deals and processes his emails faster than a lightning bolt

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