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Chapter 9: This is What a Remote Office Looks Like 91
Office Quirks That Might Drive Teammates Bonkers: I bounce my leg...a lot. I also like to sing aloud to my music, so it’s for the best that we are remote.
Bryan Helmig, Backend Engineer - Sunnyvale, Calif.
Setup: Simple is usually better, the big monitor is nice but some- times I forgo that and just use my MBP on a kitchen table. Always got to have a good pair of headphones (noise canceling is a big plus!).
Workspace Temperature: In the winter, I usually like it warmer (say 74 degrees). In the summer, cooler is better (say 70 degrees).
Music: I get around: blues by the three Kings, any Blue Note or Capital jazz, soulfully sampled hip hop, various pop hits or albums, some new (and classic) bluegrass, various neo or pop country cuts,
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