Every company is a tech company. As we settle into a new holding pattern while the global community fights COVID-19, many teams now find themselves working remotely, and adapting to new roles with new responsibilities. This is an excellent time...The post Techdegree for Teams appeared first on Treehouse Blog.
ETHDenver 2020 began with circle time as Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin, Colorado’s Governor Jarod Polis, and Wyoming’s Governor Mark Gordon held a reading of B is for Bufficorn to a group of children. It was a year of convergence — new meets oldPerhaps it was appropriate that the conference kicked off with Ethereum’s chief architect sharing a stage with two governors. As someone who conducts research at EthDenver precisely for insights on organizational culture I left even more impressed this year in the diversity department. ETHDenver 2020 project winners share the stage after a week of #buidlingAs the book closes on Eth2020 (B is for Bufficorn, of course! PS If anything I reported is inaccurate please reach out to me on any channel @wbalser so I can correct :-)
This is the story of how I finally took action and quit my job. My job was just another regular corporate job at a decent company. While working in my job, I was sick often, with constant flus and was down for weeks at a time. My partner also told me many times to “quit the job, at least we will be able to save our relationship”. It was excruciating as I wavered from one extreme of staying in the job to the other extreme of leaving the job every day for months.
To kick things off, we talk about Yap, a fun new project from Paul’s company, Postlight. Employees get to partake in a Labs program where they can pursue side projects that interest them. Employees get to partake in a Labs program where they can pursue side projects that interest them. For our interview this week we sat down with Jon Gottfried and Mary Siebert from Major League Hacking. Things that happen these days at Major League Hackathons:Painting succulentsCup stacking competitionsTherapy dogs, lots of themIf you’re interested in sponsoring a Major League Hackathon, check out the info here.