My guest today is Jason Hanley. Jason is a software consultant who has been working remotely since 2009. He currently operates a software company called Syllogistic Software.
He has been working as a programmer since the age of 10. At the age of 15 he was involved with a software that is still used today. He is CTO of the Rumie Initiative, a non-for-profit that helps children get a quality education.
Jason has lived in 5 countries since going remote, but has visited over 20 countries as well. On today’s episode Jason tells me about his experience working abroad and what places he truly enjoyed seeing.
The topics we cover:
- Working from the Caribbean
- The usefulness of scheduling software
- Working and living in New Zealand
- How to get referrals
- Why keeping in touch with contacts is important
- The benefits of smart phones
- How internet service varies from country to country
To get in touch with Jason visit jasonhanley.com. He can also be found on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+.
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