How a Dev Ops All-Remote-Workforce is Revolutionizing Development

For people who eat, sleep, and breathe Silicon Valley, it’s easy to acquire a valley-centric viewpoint.

But as a recent guest on our podcast reminded us, “intelligence and expertise do not have a zip code.”

Priyanka Sharma is the Director of Alliances at GitLab and a member of the Governing Board at CNCF (Cloud Native Computing Foundation).

As a card-carrying extrovert, she initially resisted working remotely, but over the last year she has gladly changed her mind.

Sharma credits CEO Sid Sijbrandij with doing a fantastic job of building the culture of GitLab. He made the decision early on to go all-remote. There’s no hierarchy between the office people and the remote people, and that helps build a healthy all-remote culture.

This post is based on a SaaS Academy Podcast with Priyanka Sharma, Director of Alliances at GitLab.  To hear this episode, and many more like it, you can subscribe here.

If you don’t use iTunes, you can listen to all episodes of the podcast here.

Mallory

Mallory Merrill is product manager and editorial director for DevSquad, a true Agile software development company in Salt Lake City, Utah. Working for more than a decade in the technical world of content- and software-writers, Mallory aims to bridge the gap between code and copy. Her work is driven by a passion for language, and the belief that effective communication is the backbone of all healthy businesses.

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