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    How WOVN provides a flexible and friendly workplace

    with Kseniya Zalesnaya

    Kseniya, a backend developer, was attracted to WOVN because it was a place where she could be herself, and wouldn’t be judged by her coloured hair, piercing, or tattoos. She found that flexibility extended to how they work, and people strived to create an emotionally supportive workplace too.

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Hi, I'm Paul McMahon.

TokyoDev started off with me writing about my own experiences being a developer in Tokyo. As other international developers asked me questions about working here, I wrote articles to answer them. Now TokyoDev has evolved into a site dedicated to helping international developers start and grow their career in Japan.

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