After two months of comings and goings to Germany (Where Dell tech lab is located), my laptop ( Named Shevek ) is again with me and working like a charm. Last January, it had a little rendezvous with an improperly closed water bottle while being inside my backpack, and that pretty much fried its motherboard (first german trip) […]
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Today, Jason Fried posted about the perks Basecamp offer to their employees, and the post is having a wild success in my twitter timeline. Lots of the stuff they do is pretty similar to the perks we have in Automattic, so, since I keep trying to convince all my friends to apply and join us […]
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Every year, the company I work for (Automattic), gather all its (~400) employees and brings them all together into a single location for a week of cowork, workshops, activities, etc. It’s what we call the Grand Meetup. I have just returned from my first one, in Park City, Utah, and I’m still trying to recover from […]
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One of the main advantages of telecommuting is to be able to work wherever you are, whenever you are. This weekend I have to go back to my parent’s house to be able to vote in next Sunday’s elections (yeah, 10 years in Madrid and I’m still registered at my hometown), so I need to […]
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