Starting a new remote gig, be it a contract project or a full-time job, can be a little intimidating if you're used to going into an office day after day.
But this style of employment is growing in popularity, with some very notable companies lending it their endorsements.
I've worked remotely for years now on projects of various scales and durations. With this post, I hope to enumerate some of the best practices that I've picked up for working in a variety of situations. The advice here ranges from specific recommendations for software and hardware to tips for hitting your team's deadlines.