“Always remember, there was nothing worth sharing like the love that let us share our name.” Those lyrics are from one of my favorite Avett Brothers’ songs, “Murder in the City”. Providing instructions to loved ones in the event of your untimely death is something most people my age (38) don’t have to seriously contemplate…. Read more »
Monthly Archives:: May 2013
On Having a Good Boss
You know you have a good boss when you can take a project you own that isn’t going as well as it should, bring its status to their attention, and get this kind of response. Me: “Things aren’t going well. I’ve got a late-breaking blocking issue. Even if/when that’s resolved, the results of this work… Read more »
Lesswatcher tool on Github under Caredotcom account!
I am pretty stoked about this milestone. Here is a lightly-edited email I sent around at Care.com this morning: Last night I published Care.com’s very first Open Source software on Github! (Github is the primary “social coding” platform for open source software projects, where developers — ranging from individual coders to huge companies — share… Read more »