We Will Be Back after a Short Break
356 exciting but also exhausting days lie already behind us, not for long and the year 2019 is history. 2020 is just around the corner.
Somehow even our current project plans seem to point out something to us 😉.
In order to recharge our batteries for the challenges of the coming year, we are taking a short break from 24 December 2019. In urgent cases you can reach us during this time by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
From 2 January 2020, we will be back for you full of energy.
The whole ProjectWizards team wishes you a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year and all the best for 2020.
…also for decentralized working teams
ProjectWizards does not have a classic office building, we work all over Germany, each at a location of his choice. All the more important are the team meetings that take place once a quarter, where everyone comes together in one place. Not only do they work together.
We are also happy to spend our time with joint activities, such as having a barbecue bowling, karting or curling. Sometimes it's just a visit to the Varité or the Christmas market or a nice walk to the restaurant for having dinner together. Especially since we lack the coffee or tea kitchen due to the decentralized work, such activities are important as a team.
But of course this is not only true for us here at ProjectWizards, but also for all companies and industries in general. Here are a few reasons why team building is so important:Read more...
Play the WWDC 2019 Keynote Bingo! Our Bingo PDF makes it very easy.
Print and use it during the keynote. Each time one of the terms falls you drink a drink of your choice. Tough people prefer an alcoholic shot. This makes the keynote a lot of fun!
Privacy Is More Important to Us Than Likes
You may like or hate Facebook, but for decades it has been connecting people and making it easy to exchange information across borders.
Unfortunately, this medium is also being used more and more by groups that deliberately disseminate disinformation, manipulation, steal and misuse user data. Facebook itself also handles its customers' data negligently. Despite promises to the contrary, Facebook has not managed to guarantee data security.
- New York Times: As Facebook Raised a Privacy Wall, It Carved an Opening for Tech Giants - 18.12.2018
- The Guiardian: Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords unprotected - 21.3.2019