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Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado. Extraordinary PhD Award

Using my Dr. title in public, because it is my choice.

When I read my colleague Tess’s post (my title my choice) I decided to do something about it. Context: The post was a reaction to a repulsive Wall Street Journal article. That article simply is a repugnant patronizing and sexist attack on Dr. Jill Biden’s use of Dr. title. I agree with Tess when she says the Doctor title is something to be proudly shown, because there are tons of energy, and enthusiasm on it. (Even more, especially when it…
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WordCamp Finland ‘Remote teams leadership public/private keys: Horizontality + Openness’ slides

I remember back in 1996 where I got a microwave Internet access (How? That’s a longer history). The best place in the whole world to get stuff was Oulu university servers (Heads up I’m talking about FTP, not HTTP). It was paradise! It sounded picturesque, far away… but now, 25 years later, the Internet removed distances and we can be together. I’m more than glad. Honored. Thrilled… to be in WordCamp Finland. For the moment everything has been awesome: the…
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Join the Remote Movement in Repeople Conference (Nov 5th and 6th, 2020)

Tomorrow, Nov 5th I’ll be talking about Office Agnosticism at Repeople conference. Repeople was formerly NomadCity (It was renamed this year), and it is the largest remote work event in Europe. An opportunity to learn, share… and dream of a time where you can work from wherever you want to live, not the opposite. There are 2 tracks, one in English and another one in Spanish, both with some of the most interesting speakers in the remote and distributed ecosystem…
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Asynchronous work, Communication, Openness… cigarettes

Better late than never. Let’s share the presentation I made for a talk with People R-evolution. It was on July 20th from 17.00 to 19.00 CEST (This is the link to the talk) and was about communication, openness, and asynchronous work and how it relates to happiness at work. So two hours! Yeah, my first reaction was the same but it was pretty cool, actually, because the schema included: A 30 min presentation, with some questions they gave to me…
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