Contradictory attitudes towards work are endemic to the tech community: Work 16 hours a day! But do so while sitting in a bean bag chair, because, you know, that’s fun! Don’t be evil! But remember that you’re privileged to work here!
The pace of work at tech companies can be overwhelming, and in response, many employers have set up robust infrastructure that encourages a balance between work and play.
On this week's Structure Show, Andrew Clay Shafer talks about his new gig at Pivotal, his issues with OpenStack, and updates us on why incubators still suck. Devops guru on Cloud Foundry, OpenStack and why startups should steer clea... Read Post
Google has announced that it will be launching a startup incubator in Cape Town, South Africa, called Umbono. The incubator aims to support the local tech ecosystem in South Africa by offering local startups access to seed capital, ... Read Post