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A City of Our Own X: Leyte

Hi, kamusta ka na? My name is Rolando Parado, Stampede’s newest addition to the development team. I am here to tell you about where I come from, which is an island in the Philippines called Leyte. Leyte is an island in the Visayas group of the Philippines, along with other major islands such as Panay, Negros, Cebu,… Keep reading

Remote Work

Shaza Goes to Web Summit 2016

Shaza Hakim, with an intro akin to Carlos Ruiz Zafon's, tells her adventure of being at this year's Web Summit among 53,000 other likeminded geeks who shape the industry through the products we build. Keep Reading

Remote Work

A City of Our Own IX : Budapest

Viki

Our UI/UX designer, Viktoria Vass shows us the many highlights of Budapest - where she currently resides and how it is a great city for working remotely. Keep Reading

Remote Work

A City of Our Own VIII : Payangan

Payangan

Our Web Analyst Tony Sanjaya talks about the laid-back life & remote working opportunities in his Balinese town, Payangan but not without a quite boastful comparison of it and Smallville. Keep Reading

Remote Work

Dads of Stampede: Parenting and Remote Work

Jared talks to The League of Male Parental Units in Stampede and finds out about parenting tips while working remotely, the challenges and the cute moments that happen occasionally while singing lullaby to their babies. (Warning: TOO CUTE) Keep Reading

Stories

Journey Made Possible: An Interview with Syed Ahmad Fuqaha

As part of our Working Remote series, Zana and Shaza speak to Fuqaha of Katsana on running a remote team, the importance of getting it right and Katsana's strength. Keep Reading

Remote Work

Working Remotely Part 2: Building Culture in a Remote Team

How do you build culture around a remote team? Zana decides to write a series of blog posts about our experiences running a remote team to answer some questions we have been asked. Keep Reading

Remote Work

Working Remotely Part 1: Running a Remote Team

We get asked a lot on how we run our team remotely and still remain close-knit like a family. Zana decides to write a series of blog posts about our experiences running a remote team to answer the question, and many others. Keep Reading

Remote Work

Singapore!

There is always the first time for everything – like being dragged along with your Creative Lead and your Project Manager to watch a poetry show across the Causeway. At least, that has happened to Sani. Keep Reading

Remote Work

A City of Our Own VII: Arau

Dahlia the designer shares stories about the laidback town of hers, Arau in Perlis - and how it was possible that Arauans might be Italians in their earlier life. Keep Reading