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June 3, 2019
Complete guides on how to choose payment methods for a remote worker

With such condition now, working remotely is a must. Here’s how to choose payment methods for a remote worker like you and me. Before you continue to read, please note that these guides are for a remote worker to accept a single payment for an individual. These guides are not covering the topic for the site owner who’s looking for payment gateway services to receive payment from their site. I’ll write such guides on another post.

June 3, 2019
How I ended up as a web developer: The beginning

It’s started in 1997 when I was still in elementary school. This is the first time, as I remembered, I used a personal computer for the first time. It’s one of my elementary school program: every child there should be introduced to a personal computer. I still remember it very well. The PC had a huge monitor, a huge CPU, with a mouse and keyboard. Of course, no internet for us.

June 3, 2019
How to start working remotely as a web developer – based on a true story

This post was inspired by someone on Reddit. Click here to see his profile. I started to work remotely on 2012, and up until now, still working remotely as full-stack Ruby on Rails developer When I started it, I had no idea what is it like to work for someone or company far-away (in fact, most of my employers now were on the other side of the earth). So, let’s see how to start working remotely as a web developer, based on my story below.

June 3, 2019
Recommended payment methods for freelancer based on real first-hand experience

If you’re planning to switch to a remote worker, or you’re just starting to work remotely, here are recommended payment methods for freelancer based on my own, first hand experience using them. Or if you’re just starting or planning to do the freelance jobs for employers at the other side of the globe, these payment methods will work for you too. No matter what’s jobs you’re taking, as long as you work for someone who lives on the other side of the world, these recommendations are for you.