Career Transitions: Wrapped and Ready to Reflect

Writing about career transitions, specifically values, soft skills, culture, navigating career uncertainty, leadership styles and finally remote work has filled our cups. To support your career growth as we go into a new year, we’re sharing the highlights of each article below

Are you ready to EHF your Imposter Syndrome?

Career Transitions Series: Is remote work right for you?

With the holiday season approaching, you might be bracing yourself for conversations around the dinner table regarding your job.

What do our Engineers have in common with Ted Lasso?

If you’ve watched the show Ted Lasso you’ve surely heard the chant, “He’s here, he’s there, he’s every “f***ing where, Roy Kent, Roy Kent.” What does the character Roy Kent have to do with anything? Well, we’re happy you figuratively asked. Roy shares many traits with our Engineer Partners.

Committed to Success: Alejandro Esquivel

“For most people it takes a decade to work for a few companies and figure out where they want to go. Commit flips that whole model on its head.”

Scalable Micro-frontends Using Web Components: My Hackathon Onboarding Project

Commit Engineering Partner, Mukundan discusses scalable micro-frontends using web components.

Career Transitions Series: Leadership Styles

Let’s connect about leadership style topics that can help you find your own style or mix of styles since one size doesn’t fit all.

Does your CTO or Tech Lead care about your well-being?

Committed to Success: Daniel Glynn

“It was amazing. It really seems like a too-good-to-be-true type set up that you get to try all these different startups. I hope I can do this for the rest of my life, because not having to do the six to seven interview process is just great.”

5 Tips for Developers working Remotely and perhaps Asynchronously

Times are a-changin’, remote work for the most part seems to be here to stay, or at least a hybrid version of it. As a result, we get to continuously re-visit how we work out loud, collaborate and manage our time.

For some of us, this sounds like an exciting opportunity, and for others this sounds overwhelming – cue going down a rabbit hole of YouTube videos to avoid thinking about it.