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This week we have a selection of videos on Remote Working, an in-depth analysis on WebAssembly and we’ll discover why iPhones are still manufactured in China.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy DevCraft #18.

Remote Working

Stop Managing Your Remote Workers as If They Work Onsite
An in-depth analysis on how remote working changes the core dynamic inside companies.

6 TED Talks for Remote Workers
We’re huge fans of TED talks. Here’s a great collection of interesting talks for those who work remotely.

Software Engineering

Your App Is an Onion: Why Software Projects Spiral out of Control
You start with the best intentions. You hire an engineer to develop your startup idea, but it seems almost every week, the project needs tweaking. Features start creeping in and the scope slowly expands. It’s as if the project has a life of its own, and it’s trying to destroy yours.

Framework, Languages and Tools

WebAssembly, Game Changer for the Web
Have you heard of WebAssembly? It’s one of the biggest advances to the web in the past decade. Find out why.

WebAssembly in Action
Check out WebAssembly in action in this video.


Need Icons for Your Projects?
Here are some of the best resources around right now:

Nick Campbell: The Unexpected Benefits of Sharing Everything You Know
How 3D artist Nick Campbell (aka Greyscalegorilla) built his career (and a small business) on teaching.

Why the iPhone Can’t Be Made in the US
A decade after iPhone’s introduction, there’s a good reason why the Apple device is still not made in the U.S. Bloomberg Gadfly’s Tim Culpan explains why iPhones are still “assembled in China”.


Uncomfortable design
A selection of products that’ll make you cringe.

Real picture of web systems