This year, the Automattic company meetup was in Park City, Utah. We are a globally distributed company with almost 300 employees, so we pretty much have to get together annually to see faces, hear voices, and build great things. We’re putting the finishing touches on many of the things we build last week, so keep […]
Getting ready for the 2014 Automattic company photo in Park City, Utah.
Sarah’s first professionally produced album, Soul of the Machine, was released last week! This was indeed one heck of a ride with professional orchestras and chamber groups all over the world recording some of her best compositions under the watchful gaze and mastering of Navona Records. The album comes with full copies of the scores so you […]
Last week, Team Rads of Automattic got together in Cabo San Lucas to work on improvements to WordAds and a few additional surprises to be hopefully unveiled later this year. We are a globally distributed team with three in various California locations, one in Iceland, and our newest team member in Portugal, so it’s nice to get together […]
I’m coworking today at Connect Ventura with fellow Automatticians Bryan, Ryan, Erick, Konstantin, and Kevin.
For all of you naysayers, here we are working, like we have been every day, during our team meetup in Hauula. 🙂
Three years ago, I became a Happiness Engineer at Automattic, focussing on WordPress.com. I had a lot of fun with my colleagues, helping folks learn to use the greatest free blogging platform ever. Fun fact, WordPress.com is both free and a business, we have bills to pay, and businesses need money to operate. A few […]
Automattic is a globally distributed company with over 200 employees, so it’s nice to get together once a year as a company to build great things. This year, we gathered in San Francisco and later migrated down to Santa Cruz. That may sound odd to many of you, so I highly recommend this book. Many of […]
Konstantin Obenland discussing the Theme Customizer at WordCamp Los Angeles 2013.
Bryan Villarin discussing how to roll your own photoblog on WordPress.com and WordPress.org at WordCamp Los Angeles 2013.