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5 Outsourcing Horror Stories That Will Make Your Blood Run Cold This Halloween

October 28, 2016

In the spirit of Halloween, we bring you five IT outsourcing horror stories that will keep you awake all night in cold sweats. Data leakage, nightmarish code, unexpected services you didn’t think you’d have to pay for — we have it all.

What Is The Average Software Developer Salary in Different US States?

October 20, 2016

In this article, we rank US states according to the salaries they offer to software developers, compare the state-by-state figures to the national average, list the fastest-growing states for tech jobs, and find out which states have the greatest concentration of software engineers in the country.

What is Staff Augmentation? A New Trend in Tech Recruitment

October 11, 2016

The term ‘staff augmentation’ is popping up all over the web. In this article, we explain what this new hiring trend is all about, and how your company can benefit from working with staff augmentation firms.

12 Things That Can Destroy a Successful Remote Development Team

October 05, 2016

Many companies try to use ‘process’ and ‘paperwork’ to direct employee energy into their product. However, the reality is that process can stifle creativity even in the most successful teams. We compiled a list of twelve things you should definitely avoid if you don't want to destroy your team's productivity.

10 Questions We Know You Have About Our Model

September 27, 2016

You probably have a pretty good understanding of what it’s like to work with an outsourcing vendor or freelancers. But what about setting up and running your own remote development team? In this post, we answer the most commonly-asked questions we get about starting and managing a Daxx team.

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