Daisy Linden of Coinbase about transitioning a huge team to being remote-first


Coinbase rose to popularity as the easiest and most user-friendly way to buy cryptocurrency. In the process of that, they built a team of crypto pros and amazing talent that is set to transition to being a remote-first company this year.

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Leah Knobler of Help Scout about hiring remote talent, onboarding and intentional communication

Help Scout is a globally distributed B-Corp and customer service product, that has been around for almost a decade. During that time, Leah Knobler played no small part in growing their team and operations to over 110 people.

Stephen Olmstead of inVision about approaching remote work as a fully distributed team

Stephen Olmstead is the Chief of Staff at the fully remote company inVision, the well-known digital product design platform. As the right-hand to the inVision CEO he takes part in a lot of parts of a well-working fully distributed remote-first company.

Daniel Gross of Pioneer about running a fully global remote startup accelerator

Daniel Gross is able to look back at a glorious career in Silicon Valley. As a native of Jerusalem, he took part in YCombinator, sold his startup to Apple, became a leading investor, and is now running a successful remote-first accelerator, that aims to give those same chances to people all around the world.

Beau Lebens of Automattic about working on a global team and the future of remote work

Beau is the Head of Product Engineering of WooCommerce at Automattic, a fully remote company that is building some of the world's biggest platforms like, WooCommerce and Tumblr. In our interview, he talks about working on a global remote team with almost 1,200 employees and how to overcome time zones.

Ryan Singer of Basecamp about brainstorming and innovating remotely

When you think about remote work, Basecamp is likely one of the first things that come to mind. Ryan has been along for that journey for 17 years, starting in design, moving over to coding, and now sitting in-between the two.

Michael Fey about remote collaboration at 1Password

Michael Fey has been a remote worker at 1Password for the past seven years. Today the VP of Engineering for Client Apps, we discuss how remote work can be most productive, how it all works at 1Password, how things have changed over the past decade, and what that means for new tools today.

Leon Barnard of Balsamiq: "You need to be OK with not knowing what everyone is working on"

Balsamiq is a leading wireframing tool, which has been on the market for over a decade. The team behind that company consists of over 30 people, working from the US and Europe. Today, we are talking to Leon Barnard, lead of the education team, about his role at Balsamiq and his experience with remote work in the last decade.

David Noël-Romas about Remote Work at Stripe

Building a company with teams in offices and remote sometimes can feel like an impossible task. Stripe made it work. We talked to remote Stripe Engineer David Noël-Romas about his experience working in a global hybrid team.

Sid Sijbrandij: “People don’t want to commute; they just don’t want to miss out”

We recently met with GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij to talk all about how they scaled a multi-billion dollar company with beyond 800 employees, fully remotely.

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