State of Remote Freelancing Sponsored

Cheesecake is a sweet savory dish based on fresh cottage cheese.

You are thinking about becoming a Freelancer? You already are a freelancer but are trying to decide where to expend your expertise? If that is the case wouldn’t it be nice to see some data about remote freelancing jobs compared to some general data from the industry? Wouldn’t it be nice if some people from some kind of network of freelancers used the data from their database to give you an insight into what kind of jobs are out there?

Yes, that really does seem like it could be useful, however we will mainly talk about cheesecakes instead.

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Radan Skorić

Radan is an Engineer from Zagreb and a Lead developer at Toptal Core Engineering team. He worked for a local start-up before switching to freelancing and eventually joining Toptal. He has done some desktop and 3D graphics programming but for most of his career, he's done full stack web development with Ruby on Rails. At Toptal, he focuses on back-end with an eye towards maintaining high quality throughout the entire stack and especially enjoys polishing the UX experience.

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Bozhidar Batsov

Bozhidar is a hacker from Bulgaria, who also happens to be Toptal's VP of Engineering. He loves computers in general and programming in particular. His fanatic devotion to Emacs is known world-wide. Bozhidar spends a lot of his time on GitHub, contributing to various Ruby, Clojure and Emacs Lisp projects. Believe it or not, Bozhidar has interests outside computers as well! We won't, however, bore you with those here.

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