It’s been now more than two weeks that I’m teleworking… and I’m fine, really. This blog post will explain how I live this situation and its outcome, according to me. I’ve been begging for teleworking since I started working at European Commission. For some contractual reasons, it is not allowed for contractors.
When I was a student, it was easy to remember when holidays were coming. Now that I’m working since more than a decade, it’s harder to remember and distinguish those period sometimes! That said, I have to say that the pace at work is different and this is how I remember that I should take some days off.
Lately, I’ve been working with my colleague on a project hosted on Github. We were working on a specific part, which is a component composed of sub components. During the development, the parent branch “master”, where the feature branch “feature/feature-198” is originating from has evolved on its own. Some small bugs were discovered, fixed and merged.
I have been working for more than five years now, as a consultant in Belgium. I’m sailing from company to company, from building to building, and my clients are mainly large companies with 1500+ people, some others are smaller. Usually hired as a senior developer or project manager, I’m helping those companies to have a successful Drupal experience.