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Effective Remote Communication: Slides from Office Optional conference

If you are a remote worker, work-from-home, or in a distributed office, check out the OfficeOptional site for tools, tips and tactics.

My presentation, The Key Elements of Effective Remote Communication http://slidesha.re/1mZUL0L draws from experience Linden Lab and Leave Now Smart Calendar and is updated with details. Video will be available at http://officeoptional.co

What strategies and tools work for communicating with your distributed team?

Speaking at Office Optional conference April 22 focused on remote teams

If you are a remote worker or on a distributed team, you should check out the Office Optional Conference tomorrow in SF (or Livestreamed over the web) http://officeoptional.co/  

I'm doing a presentation on Effective Communication for Remote teams - including some lessons learned from managing customer teams at Linden Lab and here at Tetherpad.

The conference is put on by the folks from Lean Startup, so you know it will be practical tools, tips and tactics that you can use immediately in your work.  You can watch on Livestream or attend in person.  Check it out!


I am pleased to announce Tetherpad's first open source library release: TPWeakProxy.

TPWeakProxy is a very small Objective C class that turns strong references into weak ones. It's one of those things that we thought should already exist, couldn't find, and ended up writing ourselves. The README has documentation and use cases.

You can get it from Github or via CocoaPods.


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