I’m typing this right now by simply sliding my finger around the keyboard on my Nexus 5, and it’s pretty cool. Yesterday I activated this phone to use as my primary device so I can give Android a proper test. I’ve had it for a little over a month now but haven’t really put it … Continue reading Properly testing Android
A colleague, Ian Stewart, was kind enough to share an email he sent to someone who confessed to using the same password for everything. I think it hits a number of great points and tips on passwords and security best practices, most (all?) of which are outlined in Automattic’s internal docs/handbook. Definitely a good read … Continue reading Let’s prevent you from getting hacked
There are many reasons why working from home can be awesome. No commuting in rush hour traffic, flexible hours (if you find the right gig), your family is right outside the door. But those same reasons can be some of the most difficult obstacles to overcome.
For the past two years I’ve been working remotely from my home office. And now as I quit my safe and secure full-time job to venture into the craziness of building a startup, I’d like to share a few tips I’ve picked up that help me get work done in a world of distractions.