A quick summary of what you may have missed during this week at Invide!
Job search is exhaustive, especially when you have to write your own resume, update your LinkedIn profile, and list your experience, technical expertise, and projects.
You have to go through job listing websites and search through job descriptions. To find what are the skills in demand these days, and then try to learn & add to your basket of technical knowledge. All of this to just get a chance of getting an email saying, "Your profile has been shortlisted for an interview.".
Sounds like a huge chore ain't it? Don't worry, if you are reading this newsletter, this means you're in good company. Here at Invide, we do all the things just for you.
When you take to join in with us, on the journey to your career mastery. The community at Invide comes together to solve all the above problems.
Don't know how to create the best resume? We got you with resume templates and resume review sessions.
Don't know how to create the best LinkedIn for maximum recruiter discovery? Don't worry, we have LinkedIn Profile review sessions. And you what? We had just one this week. The blog covers all the things members of the community came up with.
So, what's the point of updating your LinkedIn profile, if you don't apply to jobs? Don't worry, you can apply to the jobs below right now! These are 100% Remote jobs with global applications open, so you can work from anywhere anytime. Maximum comfort and Work-Life Balance.
Working from home is not just about comfort. While having no one watching your back, we can get a little slouchy at times. Just to make sure that you are on track with your goals and Jira tickets. Here are some top tools and tricks for maximum productivity.
Okay now for something extra and special. So, here's a tech talk that aims to guide teams to adopt a culture of speed with quality. And also covers all the current challenges teams face—management, technical, strategy/planning, cultural, etc.
This is all for this week, I hope you will be here next week, and we're planning to host a session on: "Post Lockdown Life of a Software Developer" on Thursday, 1530 UTC on our Discord Server.
Thanks a lot! May the force be with you!