Insights

Sleepless nights of work are counter-productive in the long run
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Samuel Agbonkpolo, a blockchain developer. We talk about his journey into software development. He also shares common mistakes that budding developers make in their journey.
November 13, 2022
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Lanre Adeoye
Finding the intersection between Law, Justice and Tech
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Kelechi Achinonu, a Product Lead at Canza Finance. She talks about her experience transitioning from a career in Law to Product Management and her passion for social justice.
November 13, 2022
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Iyin Fisher
Your identity should not be tied to your job
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Peter Mureu, the Marketing Director at Yellowcard - a cryptocurrency exchange that offers a safe way to buy, sell and store bitcoin. We talk about his journey into marketing, careers tips and the most challenging part of his 14 year long career.
November 13, 2022
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Lanre Adeoye
Being deliberate is the way to transition into tech successfully
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Onyinye Uche, an Observability Engineer at Paystack. She talks about her journey into tech, her self-directed learning, and her advice for others interested in transitioning into the space.
August 24, 2022
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Iyin Fisher
Luck can do its magic if you know your onions
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Sylva Elendu, a Senior Mobile Engineer at MetaMask. He shares his journey into web3 and some tips on how mobile engineers can get into the space.
August 24, 2022
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Mary Alenoghena
Every minute of extra software building outside of work will pay off exponentially
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Clara van Staden, a Blockchain Engineer at Snowfork. She shares tips about how software developers can level up in their careers and how community could impact the web3 ecosystem in Africa.
August 24, 2022
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Lanre Adeoye
My journey to building PiggyFi - a blockchain startup that is unlocking financial freedom for Africans
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Paul Oladimeji, a Technical Product Manager and startup founder. We talk about his journey to building his blockchain project - PiggyFi.
August 24, 2022
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Lanre Adeoye
Recruiting the next dWeb Fellowship Cohort
We believe that to advance remote work, the biggest lever isn’t technical training. It’s access to powerful networks. That’s why we started Stack Shift dWeb - a fellowship program focused on Web3.
August 25, 2022
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Olumide Aderinwale
My Decade Long Experience in Marketing and Growth
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Olabinjo Adeniran, a Growth manager based in Lagos, Nigeria. We talk about his journey into growth marketing, how he decides what to work on and his advice for growth enthusiasts looking to pursue a career in marketing.
July 17, 2022
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Olumide Aderinwale
Designing the future with Web3
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Aise Idahor, a Creative Director at Valist. We talk about his journey into product design, starting from frontend development and his current experience designing in the web3 space.
July 17, 2022
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Mary Alenoghena
Why I transitioned from backend to frontend development
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Segun Abisagbo, a Senior Frontend Engineer at Yoco. We talk about his transition into frontend development and how he stays focused in a world full of distractions.
July 17, 2022
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Lanre Adeoye
How I became a Web3 developer
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Damilola Ogungbesan, a Software Engineer at Lepsta. We talk about his journey to becoming a web3 developer and the challenges that he’s faced along the way.
July 17, 2022
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Lanre Adeoye
Working remotely as a research analyst at Messari
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Jennifer Obem, a research analyst at Messari. We talk about her journey into crypto research and her advice to anyone looking to transition into analyst roles in Web3.
May 23, 2022
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Olumide Aderinwale
My transition from working with a bank into Web3
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Dara Olayebi, a frontend engineer at Helicarrier. We talk about her career progression, from starting out as a freelance web developer to working in a bank, and then transitioning into the Web3 space.
May 23, 2022
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Iyin Fisher
Recruiting the Next dWeb Fellows
We believe that to advance remote work, the biggest lever isn’t technical training. It’s access to powerful networks. That’s why we started Stack Shift dWeb - a fellowship program focused on Web3.
May 23, 2022
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Chris Quintero
My Web3 Learning Plan
This guide gives a general overview of the landscape and is applicable to both technical and non-technical audiences alike. It should take about 4-6 hours to complete. Each section includes both things to read and activities to get your hands dirty.
May 20, 2022
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Olumide Aderinwale
The value of community for the Nigerian tech ecosystem
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Kola Ojoodide, a Product Designer at FairMoney. We talk about how he’s working to transition into Web3 and the value of community for Nigerian tech professionals.
May 20, 2022
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Iyin Fisher
Building a startup requires grit and determination
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Sola Oguntimehin, a blockchain engineer at Lukso. He shared his experiences navigating the startup space.
May 20, 2022
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Lanre Adeoye
Advice for developers pursuing a career in blockchain engineering
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Mayowa Tudonu, a blockchain engineer based in Lagos, Nigeria. We talk about his journey into crypto and his advice for developers looking to pursue a career in blockchain engineering.
May 20, 2022
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Olumide Aderinwale
Transitioning from non-tech roles into Product Management
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Anthony Agah, a former Lead Product Manager at Lazerpay. We talk about his experiences navigating different careers and settling into Product Management in the Web3 space.
April 20, 2022
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Iyin Fisher
Building real products is more valuable than chasing money
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Ajiri Omafokpe, a former Product Designer at Yellow Card. We talk about her experience joining the company in its early stages and her advice for junior product designers.
April 20, 2022
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Iyin Fisher
What developers should look out for when deciding to join startups
In this edition of Remote Religion, we spoke with Lemuel Okoli, a blockchain developer about his experience working with startups in Nigeria. We talk about the red flags to be aware of when considering joining startups and how developers can approach the compensation conversation.
April 20, 2022
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Lanre Adeoye
African Women in Web3
In this special Women’s Day edition of Remote Religion, we spoke to three women in Web3 about their professional journeys so far and advice they have for early-stage professionals transitioning into the space.
March 8, 2022
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Iyin Fisher
Transitioning from customer experience to software
In this edition of Remote Religion we spoke with Ani Chinyere, a software engineer based in Lagos, Nigeria who currently works at Yellow Card, a crypto-focused fintech. We talk about work life balance and her journey into software from customer experience.
February 13, 2022
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Chris Quintero
Announcing Stack Shift dWeb
At Stack Shift, we’re incredibly excited about remote work because it’s enabling people to 2x, 5x, or even 10x their incomes. Nowhere is this more true than in Lagos, Nigeria.
February 8, 2022
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Chris Quintero
The Two Things You Need to 10x Your Tech Salary
I’m incredibly excited about remote work because it’s enabling people to 2x, 5x, or even 10x their incomes. This is particularly true where I live in Lagos, Nigeria. Time zone, native English, and a booming local tech sector have combined to create a perfect storm of opportunity.
February 7, 2022
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Chris Quintero
How Nigerians are earning $300k in Defi
In this first edition of Remote Religion we’re speaking with Jude Dike, popularly known as @bigbrutha_ on Twitter. We talk about his journey into blockchain engineering, recent transition to becoming a founder, and the crazy salaries of Defi.
February 13, 2022
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Chris Quintero
Turning down 15 job offers to work in Web 3
In this edition of Remote Religion we spoke with Opeyemi Olabode about his journey into blockchain engineering, passion for life coaching, and advice for remote developers.
February 13, 2022
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Chris Quintero