WordCamp Tokyo 2019: tsunageru

Fourth WordCamp in the books, woohoo! If you’ve been following me, you’ll know that so far my WordCamp attendance has all been in Japan: WordCamp Kyoto 2017 “connect to_” WordCamp Tokyo 2017 “Join” WordCamp Tokyo 2018 “Challenge!” This year’s theme went off of the Japanese word “つなげる” (tsunageru). The quick translation of the word would […]

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Assorted Fish

A More Or Less Async Feed Of What I’m Up To I made quite a few modifications to my site since my last changelog. Published/updated some pages Added new menu items Removed some irrelevant social media links Nixed the IG feed at the bottom of my site And replaced the above with what I’m now […]

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Changelog

December 10, 2018 Switched theme to Veni Switched Homepage Settings from Static to Blog Posts Set default fonts Set featured posts for homepage slider Wanted to feature posts in a specific order, so I installed ‘Post Types Order’ plugin as recommended by the theme author Switched the main editor to Gutenberg Set 3 featured pages […]

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Automattic Grand Meetup 2018: Sunshine State

Sun. Food. Drinks. Entertainment. And meeting hundreds of highly talented, creative, and lovable humans wrangled from all over the world to work, collaborate, and just have a grand old time at a single location — what more could I ask for in a company meetup. This is a snapshot of my experience at my first […]

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Journey Back To America: First Contact

Since coming to Japan, I’ve only gone back to the US once, and that was nearly five years ago in 2013. This year will be the first time coming back since then, and I have this opportunity because my company’s Grand Meetup is taking place in America this year. Granted, the meetup is in Orlando, […]

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WordCamp Tokyo 2018: Challenge!

I was in front of Automattic booth last year, passing by as an attendee. This year I was behind it — as a representing member of the company 🙂

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There’s No ‘I’ In Team

I’m grateful to have a joined a company that is built on remote work culture, as I quite enjoy having the autonomy and freedom to work on what, when, and where I want, but more than that, it’s the folks working behind the curtains that make all the difference, at least for me. As of […]

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