America’s Best Hope is a yearly, profound Christian leadership conference run by an Indianapolis nonprofit (Truth at Work). These are a few notes I took that spoke to me in the moment, but this is not a full representation and absolutely does not do the conference justice!
Recently, I briefly went through a period of looking into next step options. I’ve worked remotely for years and have no intentions of ever changing that! We were blessed with an awesome opportunity that popped up, so the search is finally over. But before I completely turn to the next page, I thought I’d throw out some links that were incredibly helpful:
Here are a few notes I took while reading The Checklist Manifesto, by Atul Gawande. Admittedly, the notes are sparse. Although the book makes powerful points, the whole thing could be condensed into a few pages. Instead, it provides 200 pages of anecdotes and examples. Helpful, for sure, but largely repetitious…
Continue reading “Book Notes: The Checklist Manifesto (Atul Gawande)”
My list of unorganized notes from The Open Organization, by Jim Whitehurst (Red Hat CEO): Continue reading “Book Notes: The Open Organization (Jim Whitehurst)”
It’s now been over a year and half since I started working remotely as a senior software engineer for Red Hat. A large portion of Red Hat engineering is remote and the company embraces the setup. It’s certainly my dream gig and I love the work. However, working remotely, full-time, has been simultaneously incredible and difficult. Thoughts: Continue reading “The Pros and Cons of Working From Home”