The Telecommute Transition

In the advancing modern world, it’s not news that the presence of telecommuting, working from home, remote work, or any other description of avoiding the office in the pursuit of work has been on the rise for a number of years. It’s also not news that recent events have caused an unpredicted and rapid rise in this trend — at least temporarily.

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Software engineer and renaissance man. I love the human side of computing.

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