What is your first impression when you think of a co-working space? Ricky Adam and Frederic Bazin envisioned it to be an open community of developers in a shared physical space focused on creating successful engineering team.
It may sound ironic but the process of building software would necessitate social activities, and this requires a wide range of talented people. Coderbunker is right now having huge momentum and getting other non-developers into this community as well. The question is: could this business model be happening in other industries and become a game changer in the future of work?
[2:48] How does Coderbunker define community?
[4:36] How to maintain a community
[5:50] Recommended traits for those who want to be in it
[8:52] Take care of the people first, followed by the project
[13:04] Portfolio of people in this community
[14:59] Difficulty in finding project owners
[16:19] Getting the talented people onboard
[18:26] Examples of big companies trying out this working style
[20:54] Is this the future of all work?
[22:47] Working onsite vs working remotely
[26:30] Will this happen in other industries too?
[27:47] Spreading of this model to other areas of a company
[29:11] Growing a worldwide network
[30:57] What about the issue of copycats?
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