The Fascinating Life of a Digital Nomad

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16. December 16:00-17:00 CET

The Fascinating Life of a Digital Nomad

Remote work is on the rise and seems to be here to stay. Especially for tech companies and start-ups it is a new way to collaborate and attract talent from all over the world.

Remote work offers tons of possibilities to work from anywhere you want. Your home, your favourite café or in a coworking – maybe in Vietnam, San Sebastian or Lisbon. No matter where you are, you can just plug-in and work. Once you are done, you do spend your free time with an activity why you chose the location you are in.

Join us to learn from Julien what it’s like to be a remote developer, being able to work from anywhere you want (and to learn if there are any trade-offs).

A Digital Nomad. Julien Rougeron.
Julien Rougeron

Meet Julien Rougeron

Julien works remotely since 2016, has lived and worked in many places and travelled the world.

Currently Julien is working as a mobile developer at Slite, a remote company from the very beginning. With their work they put clarity at the center of your team. Slite helps distributed teams share ideas, collect their knowledge and stay on the same page across time and space.

When Julien scouts for a new location those key aspects must be met:

  • A place to get in touch with new and different cultures than home (France).

  • A place where I have short ways to enjoy nature and its beauty.

  • Descent internet and transport connections to move around.

Key takeaways of this event

  • What it is like to be a remote worker.
  • Important routines and habits for a remote worker.
  • Up’s and down’s of being a remote worker.

Interaction with Q & A

In order to maintain a meaningful conversation with our guests we collect questions beforehand from participants. This way we make sure we cover relevant topics and get to them in no time.

Curious? Sign up today to get your questions answered!

The How

Virtual events are pretty straight forward:

16:00 - Introduction

Introduction by and of the host and today’s expert. Basic principles for the participation of the virtual event.

16:05 - Expert Intro

Our guest introduces herself / himself and will give a short impulse to todays topic.

16:10 - Q & A

Going through submitted and new questions.

16:55 - Wrap-up and closing
Condensing the answers and closing the session.
1-2 days later
You receive a wrap-up of the question and a link the recorded video. Everybody who registered will get this e-mail. The video will also be uploaded to this website.

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