Avi Aryan
Freelance Software Engineer, India + Remote
  • πŸ”₯ 439
  • πŸ“ Gurgaon
  • πŸ“… Feb '18

Google drive for now, but that's because everyone has a Google Drive account and I can easily share the files (eg - storing documents when doing a family trip). I also use Dropbox for storing some files that I would never share.

JS hands down. It gives you the most options of things you can build going forward (think desktop apps, mobile apps, CLIs, even operating systems) as well as it's the MVP on the web so I see no reason to pick anything else.

If you can get them from west or singapore maybe it's a good deal but definitely not in India.

Naah man I'm getting today. Loving podcasts & don't wanna miss my everyday's 2 hrs to listening to them.

I use headphones mainly for noise cancellation so therefore my vote goes to Bose QC 35 II. Additionally, I use it as ear cover if co-working AC gets too cold.

Looks superb but super expensive πŸ˜‚

If you can get them from west or singapore maybe it's a good deal but definitely not in India.

Naah man I'm getting today. Loving podcasts & don't wanna miss my everyday's 2 hrs to listening to them.

Podcast Addict is an extremely feature rich app, probably the best on Android, and it's FREE. The only downside for me is that they don't have a web version.

You can search Angellist for remote and internships I think.

I'm not sure about a site dedicated to this, but as @aviaryan mentioned you can search on regular job boards and use the right filters.

For example, @levelsio's https://remoteok.io has a section dedicated to only remote internship jobs.

Having said that, I would advise against doing a remote internship. The beauty of an internship is that you get a chance to work with more experienced people and see what it's like to work at a company. I think by doing this remotely you lose out on much of that.

This isn't about all web services/apps but if you are making an app that people will use 24x7 (figuratively), I prefer native in that case. An example of this would be Notion, a note-taking app. I tend to keep the note-taking app open at all times so having a webview running for it takes a toll on laptop's battery and performance which I don't like.