Stefan Velthuys,

On working from home

Since we are a remote company, everyone is free to choose wherever they want to work from. In my case, that’s mostly my home office. I’ll share some tips which help me getting work done, while balancing the whole life-part. tldr; Dress for the office, focus, take breaks, eat lunch, meet friends. My home office …

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Beautiful view over Lisbon
Pascal Birchler,

XMAS Trip 2018

At the end of the year, the whole required crew gets together for our annual Christmas trip. Since we are a distributed team, this is one of the few occasions where we get to spend quality time together in-person. After going to Copenhagen in 2017, we settled for a warmer location this time: Lisbon, Portugal. …

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Stefan Velthuys works in Paris
Karin Christen,

Why we are a remote team

In a typical office environment, it’s easy to walk over to your teammate’s desk when you have a question or need help. But since we’re a remote team, we don’t see each other physically. We would like to share our story of why we became a remote team and the challenges we deal with day …

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Karin Christen,

XMAS Trip 2017

To have a good time with each other and to eat good food: These are two important points for when we see each other in person. As a distributed team, we see only each other occasionally at different events. Therefore, the time together is very rare and so precious. As a remote team, we need …

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Stefan Velthuys,

Work Week & WordCamp Bilbao

Dominik, Karin, Pascal and Velthy spent a week in Bilbao to get some work done and to attend the local WordCamp on the weekend. Pascal and Dominik both talked about the fields of internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n). In an area where people speak both Spanish and Basque, that was a pretty suitable topic. Our apartments …

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