This article aims to provide insight and help for Filipinos software developers looking for a job in Japan.
Recapping my first RubyKaigi - an unforgettable community experience
ChatGPT seems like it is a powerful tool for writing a custom cover letter for a job. But what it produces won't help you.
Recapping the first Rails Girls event held in Nagasaki
Companies in Japan can roughly figure out what you made at your previous job, so you might be caught if you exaggerate your compensation.
EoRs can help your business expand to Japan and beyond, and they might be an option if you're looking to work for an overseas company from Japan.
Telling the experiences of women who work as software developers in Japan, covering the positives and negatives of working here.
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In October 2022, new regulations were put into place that put legal requirements on job board operators.
558 international developers living in Japan answered our survey about themselves and their work.
If you're living in Japan and working as a developer, please take our survey by November 6th, 2022.
435 international developers living in Japan answered our survey about themselves and their work.
If you're living in Japan and working as a developer, please take our survey by November 22nd, 2021.
After working on it for more than ten years, I sold Doorkeeper, an event management platform I bootstrapped.
Software developer salaries in Japan have dramatically increased since I first came here, but this isn't without its downsides.
362 international developers living in Japan answered our survey about themselves and their work.
If you recruit without a license in Japan, you could go to jail. The surprisingly interesting historical origins of recruiting in Japan explains why.
An overview of how COVID-19 affected the software developer market in Japan soon after the pandemic started.
The complete guide to visas that permit you to work as a full time software developer in Japan.
The results of a survey of international software developers in Japan. Breakdowns based on several criteria like language, tech, and company size.
As adding more code to a product will slow down development, we should view all code as technical debt.
A guide to understanding your chances of getting a job as a programmer in Japan are, and what the first steps you can take are.
While solid technical skills are necessary to land great jobs, your ability to sell yourself is as important, if not more so.
The experience of an Australian software engineer working in Japan.
An overview of the gotchas when incorporating a company in Japan based on my personal experience of incorporating three of them.
In our first survey, we only got fifteen replies. Future surveys would do much better.
How a developer living in London got a job at a Japanese startup.
Why you won't find junior developer positions advertised in Japan.
The story of my personal journey of coming to Japan straight out of university and finding a job as a Ruby developer at a Japanese startup.
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