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Being a great developer isn't always about efficient patterns and algorithms. It's as important to know the appropriate tools, keeping up-to-date with new technologies, being part of a open community and maintaining a healthy work/life balance.

There are very few jobs in this world where you have the opportunity to reach so many. As a developer, having the ability to create sites and apps to enrich the lives of millions is an incredible feeling. What's more, you can often do this from wherever you like, be it a remote village in The Alps or a beach in Thailand.

Being a developer requires a unique state of mind. We're just like you, looking to share our knowledge and discoveries to help you improve your skills and advance your career as a successful engineer.

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Why I Started DevCraft and Why You Should Read It

Hi there!

My name's Rubén and I'm a software engineer. I work for a software company based in... well, Earth really - we're a remote team.

I'm writing this from Barcelona in the north-east of Spain, but when this draft is finished - I'll send it on to my colleague Stefan, who's somewhere in Europe (maybe) in his van. I'll also forward it on to review by Adam who's in London, Paolo in Italy and Diego in Seville.

One of the greatest things about software engineering is the equipment you need - just a laptop and a Wi-Fi connection and you're ready to build apps and platforms for the millions.

Thanks to the tools we use, we can all be in different countries and work effectively together. Nearly everyday we share interesting links and articles about technology, tips for traveling and tools to improve our workflow. We all find it extremely useful, so we're taking it global and have created DevCraft to share with the world.

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