Hundreds of companies these days hire .Net developers offshore.
Rates that are often twice lower and a sufficient level of expertise – a remote .Net developer sounds like the optimal solution. The problem with offshore .Net development though is that it’s even more difficult to manage a project than when you work with in-house .Net coders. Communication difficulties, differences in mentality – these can be real challenges for a project supervisor. But, as you probably know, a successful project is a well-managed project, so let’s figure out how to manage your remote .Net coders team to get the most of them.
1. Understand the cultural differences and account for them.