Today is my last day at Cuker Agency. It has been a great three years working (and surfing) with a team of brilliant and fun people. I have learned a lot during my time at Cuker and will miss working with my friends there. While I am sad to leave today, I am very happy to announce that I have accepted a position with Automattic, Inc..
For those of you that are unfamiliar with Automattic, they are the company behind WordPress.com, Jetpack, Cloudup, Gravatar, and a bunch of other cool products that you may have seen around the web.
Starting tomorrow I will be joining the team as a Theme Wrangler on the Theme Division. I am extremely excited for this new opportunity to learn and improve my skills, both as a designer and a developer, while working on some very cool projects. I will get to work with some of the smartest and most talented people in the industry and build new friendships with people all over the world. This really is a dream job for me!
I am very obsessive about backing up my data. To preserve space on my MacBook Air’s drive, I store most of media files on a WD Passport external drive. Additionally I back that media up on a second (and oftentimes a third) desktop external drive. Sure, this is a little OCD but it’d be quite a shame to lose all of my files, should my first Passport drive fail me.
Not so long ago, a co-worker and friend of mine introduced me to the UNIX application,
screen. While I was really excited to learn of something so useful, I was also deeply saddened in realizing that it was right under my nose all this freaking time. In this short post, I’m going to show you how you can take advantage of this clever little utility.