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Remote Work Virtual Reality

Working Remotely Shouldn’t Be Complicated

This past week I had the opportunity to fly out to Seattle to meet up with some of my team for work on Doghead Simulations. It was a really great week. While the main perk of working in a distributed company is getting to work from home, the other is that you get to travel […]

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Culture Technology Virtual Reality

What a Start to the Year: VR Day Atlanta

What better way to start the year than by going to an all-day VR event? @VRDayATL hosted an all-day event with speakers, panelists, and demos at Georgia State University in Atlanta. It was great to be able to go to such a big event when mostly I only see events in California, Washington, or New York. […]

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Culture

Life is a Journey

I have always been up for a life of adventure. I’ve been that way as long as I can remember. Whether it’s hiking through Arizona, jet-setting off to South Korea, or horseback riding through the Costa Rican country side, I am game. I have even applied this way of thinking to my career. In college, […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Joy, Inc.

In this month of joy, I can think of no better post than writing a review of Joy, Inc. Personally, a big part of this year, for me, was bringing joy back to work. I wanted to feel happy going to work each day not just for myself but for my teammates too. I wanted […]

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Women in Tech

5 Reasons to Give Thanks as a Woman in Tech

It is the week of Thanksgiving here in the US, a time for thinking about and giving thanks. As such, I’ve been pondering this week what I am thankful for. I have also been thinking about where we’ve come as women in the tech industry ever since the election. The election results spurred a new uprising […]

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Remote Work

How to Use DISC Communication Styles in Virtual Teams

When working on a remote, virtual team it is important to have clear, transparent communication. Understanding communication styles is key to working virtual teams.