We have been talking a lot recently about GitLab's plan to IPO, how it will probably be the first 100% distributed company (900+ members now) to achieve this feat and what impact it holds for the future of remote.
Adam's arguments are convincing but I believe nothing would validate this better than success at IPO scale. Hence, our eyes are glued to the progress on GitLab's IPO .
A fun fact from the article about Articulate, "Collaboration at Articulate looks like ad-hoc video conferences, pair programming, Google doc riffing, and 40,000 Slack messages a week for the 200 members in our Slack team".
Makes me wonder a tad bit if the case is made for or against collaboration being effortless at scale for remote .
The Remote Working Show
Scott Hanford, Director of Customer Acquisition at InVision, spoke about how he stumbled upon remote work at InVision and how InVision's culture has helped him integrate seamlessly into the role. Interestingly, Scott has seen product growth in both co-located & distributed team setting and has a lot to share. Tune in to the full episode here!