Sunday 19th August, 2012
9:30am to 10:15am
Inferring from the title, you might think this talk is completely misplaced for a Ruby conference and would better fit in a wedding fair. But the message describes a future trend not only for programming, but for every kind of creative work: love driven development.
Companies like Github and Valve have already implemented a corporate culture based on freedom. Their employees are free to work on whatever they think is important and should be worked on. Some may think: ‘That is chaos! Madness!’ But really, this is how startups work. The major advantage of this kind of corporate culture is: people will love their work. And if they do so, they will give their best and your company will be truly successful.
Born/raised in MN, educated at UChicago, stage managed in San Francisco, moved to Berlin, learned German, married @agnoster, learned Rails. Programming, yay! bio from Twitter
I'm a Rogue Developer at the increasingly inaccurately named @6Wunderkinder. bio from Twitter
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