Be nice. Or else.
Product Designer at Target.com Joined about 4 years ago
Yes, this guy is never satisfied with "changes" and doesn't embrace them. I totally agree with you. One of the reasons I love design is mainly because what's happened in the past years and how design has shifted so drastically.
I like the comments above on Dribble and its usefulness. Dribble works as a source of inspiration. I'm on there too live from Minneapolis, MN: https://dribbble.com/iammrjuju
Not sure why I said "who are you?" but it's nice to meet you. :)
My Chrome toolbar is already full of extensions so no need for another one but the idea is pretty cool for those who don't have any extensions. WHo are you? :)
I use Airmail but mine crashes quite often. I'm also looking to switch but e-mail seems to be an area that needs a good solution.
Hey Manuel! Thanks for your insight! I'm using Capistrano but this may be something I'll look into. Thanks!
I actually wonder how the service works. I'm in need of a deployment tool and this is may just be handy. Has anyone tried it?
Yes. Let's connect! I fly to NYC often. Twitter @iammrjuju and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, check. In a few countries and situations, if you're not getting paid in the country which you performed the work, it's not considered "work". For example, you could get paid through foreign Paypal account or other digital means, pay all your bills and expenses with your credit from a different country, in my case was Brazil, and not do any banking transactions on the country you currently stay. I used to pay all my bills with my Brazilian credit card and get paid through my brazilian Paypal account. It may not be worth it due to fees that you have to pay for using a credit card abroad but it's an option. Not sure about Japan though.
Not even remotely???
Be nice. Or else.
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