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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 […]
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 […]
If team lead is less present in conversations it creates a space for others to participate and foster participation. An experiment explained.
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 […]
I’ll be talking about distributed work and how we implement it in Automattic with some nice folks in People R-evolution. It’ll be on July 20th from 17.00 to 19.00 CEST and you can sign up for this talk here
Delegate what to who. Allow your team to find the how, sharing freedom and enjoyment. You’ll get extra time not checking the process but just the outcome.
To overlap knowledge generation and use you need no central point where knowledge is managed (Think management as validation and distribution control)
Knowing more about your team mates helps to bond the team and feel better at work. So we shared our previous work stories with awesome results.
Let’s cut to the chase. If you are here it’s because you are looking for the slides I mentioned for this talk about peer reviews in commit-conf. Well, here they are. Bonus track: Some notes about commit that I took and published to prepare this talk. (In Spanish) And in a couple of days I’ll […]
Uncertainty areas are widening as Kruger said. Bye-bye to comfortably lie over certitudes. Bye, information certitude! Hi, Knowledge Fuzziness.