If you’ve got your freelancing career established and are making good money working on your own terms and handpicking your clients, you’ve hit the sweet spot right there. That’s what every freelancer dreams of – well paying clients, steady gigs, flexible timings and the freedom to work out of your treehouse. However, the sweet [...]
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If you’ve been worrying that raising your rates will cost you clients, the opposite might be true. Good clients need quality, and they realize that it comes at a price. If you’ve read the book called ‘Influence’ by Robert Cialdini, a phenomenal books that seem to nail every basic human emotion in its rawest form, [...]
Every worker is responsible for a certain number of social and fiscal expenses. In the case of the employee, the handling of these expenses is greatly simplified since the employer handles most of the calculations and declarations. Social charges are deducted from the pay slip while tax charges are validated at the time of the [...]
The creation of a company is an important step in a professional life. It is not a question of improvising. The respect of a certain number of steps is essential in order to better all odds to transform the project into professional success. From the definition of the business activity and the preparation of a [...]
Many salaried workers dream of becoming independent, of no longer having to depend on a hierarchy that is sometimes cumbersome and of being able to choose the projects on which they will work. While freelancing is often synonymous with freedom, there are also a number of constraints to take into account if you do not [...]
We have got some exciting news we want to share with you our valuable users. As we announced a few weeks back, we are now introducing a new edition of Nutcache specifically designed for freelancers. Along with this new edition, high demand features have also been added to Nutcache. The Freelancer edition Since many of [...]
You have taken the step to become self-employed and obtained your first contract. You have good relations with your client who is satisfied with the work furnished. This is a first stage, sometimes complicated, brilliantly completed. You will now be able to go to the next stage: invoicing. You are certainly not working for free [...]
One of the roles of the product owner is to supply the product backlog with the functionalities or features that the technical team will have to develop. The other, undoubtedly more complex, is to define the priority of the tasks to be performed. How do you choose which feature should be developed first? The solution [...]
Often associated with the Scrum methodology, Agile velocity may be a valuable tool when it comes to tracking the work done by a development team during a sprint and helping to predict the predictability of the next one. On the other hand, poorly used as a performance indicator for management, for example, it can be [...]
The first "coding dojo" was born from the observation that most developers only had their work, their professional achievements, to improve their knowledge and development techniques. The idea was then to take them out of their usual working environment and get them to work together on a specific topic or on the solution of a [...]