Post details: Working from home

Apr 01, 2009 : Working from home

Working from home is going pretty well. I've been going into the office near Ann Arbor about once a month, which is nice to work face-to-face with my coworkers (plus visit Cherith!). Besides that, phone, email and IM keep us in touch pretty well. And our project, FossForUs continues to be going well. It's quite functional and useful now, so one of our main goals is to start driving more traffic there.

Here's a few pictures of my home office setup:

One of the nice things about the desk is that there's a retractable crank so I can raise/lower it by about 8 inches:

And the whole front ledge can go up/down about the same amount. So I can get the keyboard & mouse high enough that I can stand up for a while to work:

And here's my view out the window, a few days ago. Spring is trying to get here!

Comments, Pingbacks:

Comment from: Dan [Visitor]
Could you bring me up to speed on the role the ironing board (featured in picture #2) plays in your work environment?
Permalink 04/02/09 @ 23:27
Comment from: Dave Brondsema [Member] · http://brondsema.net/
Sometimes my code gets pretty wrinkly.
Permalink 04/04/09 @ 16:23
Comment from: Mom [Visitor]
Very cool desk!
Permalink 04/13/09 @ 21:47

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