Magellan

  • Life after 300+ days on the road
    It’s been about 6 weeks since my Magellan journey ended. I took a quick decompress week in Dallas with my best friend, Flo and another good friend, Eve. I’ve been back to Minnesota (if you don’t count two ‘side trips’ to Kansas in the last month!) at the beginning of ... read more
    Source: Immaculate Indeed – Immaculate IndeedPublished on 2017-08-19By immaculateindeed
    1 month ago
  • Reflections on a Year Away (And Why I Love Suffolk)
    Since I’ve got back I’ve had several people ask about, or pass comment on, the fact that I must really be missing Remote Year and the exciting life I had been living over the past year. The honest truth is that at the moment I’m really glad to be home, ... read more
    Source: Pam Welburn – Digital Nomad PamPublished on 2017-08-18By digitalnomadpam
    1 month ago
  • With New Eyes
    Returning to the UK has given me the chance to reflect on the last year and to look at what I have learnt.  On the world stage, the last year has been momentous: from Brexit, to the US election to the failed Turkish coup. But what has made this year ... read more
    Source: Pam Welburn – Digital Nomad PamPublished on 2017-08-12By digitalnomadpam
    1 month ago
  • I love using Slack, and my favorite part about it is the integrations it offers, allowing me to…
    I love using Slack, and my favorite part about it is the integrations it offers, allowing me to (partially) use other tools functionality within Slack. I find it interesting though, that the “next” platform is messaging. One of my co-workers made an astute observation: after all this time of human ... read more
    Source: Jason Haas – Jason HaasPublished on 2017-08-07By Jason Haas
    2 months ago
  • 4 Keys to Fostering a Successful (Remote) Work Culture
    Teams working remotely is more common then ever. The combination of flexibility, high speed Internet, and the right tools make working remotely a viable option for may teams. It has given rise to a whole generation of people that not only can work remotely, they expect it.What do I know about ... read more
    Source: Jason Haas – Jason HaasPublished on 2017-07-27By Jason Haas
    2 months ago
  • 4 Keys to Fostering a Successful (Remote) Work Culture
    Teams working remotely is more common then ever. The combination of flexibility, high speed Internet, and the right tools make working remotely a viable option for may teams. It has given rise to a whole generation of people that not only can work remotely, they expect it.What do I know about ... read more
    Source: Jason Haas – Jason HaasPublished on 2017-07-24By Jason Haas
    2 months ago
  • You (Really) Can’t Go Home Again
    I cried for an hour straight last night. I haven’t done that since my father died. You’re probably wondering what the girl who just traveled the world for an entire year has to cry about. Don’t worry, I get annoyed with myself sometimes too. But Thomas Wolfe was right, you ... read more
    Source: Joelle Pitman – La Joie de VivrePublished on 2017-07-20By Joelle Pittman
    2 months ago
  • In the first example with Ansible, realistically we would use an inventory file or automatically…
    In the first example with Ansible, realistically we would use an inventory file or automatically pull the inventory from AWS before arbitrarily creating 15 new EC2 instances. But to your point, that requires a lot of extra thought and code compared to the declarative approach. ... read more
    Source: Jason Haas – Jason HaasPublished on 2017-07-06By Jason Haas
    3 months ago
  • How does this compare to using `multiprocessing.Pool?`
    How does this compare to using `multiprocessing.Pool?` ... read more
    Source: Jason Haas – Jason HaasPublished on 2017-07-06By Jason Haas
    3 months ago
  • Pack-It: 3-Day Beach Trip
      3-Day Girls Beach Weekend: Carry-On Edition by trackdana featuring crisscross bikinis   Its been awhile since I’ve had fun planning and packing. A last-minute flight booked to Charleston with a girlfriend of mine means I’m rocking a carry-on for two days, and we’re ... read more
    Source: Dana Reinert – Track DanaPublished on 2017-07-02By Dana
    3 months ago
  • The Complex Simplicity Of Human Beings
    "We were all humans until race disconnected us, religion separated us, politics divided us, and wealth classified us."- Anonymous When I was a child, life seemed simple. The single greatest threat to my happiness appeared to be my older brother’s “sense of humor”, as he’d ... read more
    Source: Gor Narang – GorsGoneWildPublished on 2017-06-29
    3 months ago
  • Business Headshots
    Source: Joelle Pitman – La Joie de VivrePublished on 2017-06-23By Joelle Pittman
    3 months ago
  • 10-minute session: plastic
    I feel the hell in every hello It’s a burden to carry on these stupid conversations Where we each have our representatives putting on a front In this dating world Each new person I meet In the hopes of a romantic entanglement Feels like another plastic bag over my head… ... read more
    Source: Immaculate Indeed – Immaculate IndeedPublished on 2017-06-04By immaculateindeed
    4 months ago
  • Is this an advertisement for Google?
    Is this an advertisement for Google? How does comparing the code base of a single Microsoft product like MS office to the codebase of an entire company like Google even a valid comparison? ... read more
    Source: Jason Haas – Jason HaasPublished on 2017-05-26By Jason Haas
    4 months ago
  • How to describe my Remote Year?
    I am unsure how to describe this past year.  It was full of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, spectacular views, life-long friends, lows & highs, emotional breakdowns, shear exhaustion, travel horror stories, and some of best and most unique food I have ever tasted.   Yet, I am a talker, not a writer. ... read more
    Source: Bryant Burnheimer – The Traveling TripletPublished on 2017-05-25By Bryant
    4 months ago