As of today, we have internet at our Vhite Rabbit office that we moved into yesterday! There finally is a founder selfie:
Left to right: Creepy Me, Florian, Florian, Me trying to hold my phone up high.
For me personally it feels very weird to not have a PC at home. I do have a huge problem with going to bed on time because I feel the need or wish to keep working, so this may fix all my problems related to sleep.
I may just start sleeping in the office instead, though. Especially once we have the sofa that is planned some day.
There is quite a lot of room for improvement, but at the moment, money is sparse and there is not way that we are going to risk the company for a better rug. Being able to work in a single room together is already a huge improvement in and of itself.
A second huge improvement is being able to tell people that you have to work. Before, Vhite Rabbit was a “hobby” (50+ hr/week hobby, but I was working mostly from home, which is harder to explain to people). Now, I might be less flexible, but I don’t need to be, the goal is to do less things at once instead.
I am anxiously looking forward to the work/life split this is forcing upon me. While I will spend most of my wake time at the office now, this does impact the amount of work I can put in in a different way:
Contemporary dancing, Social dancing and Parkour are all close to where I live and happen in the evenings. Afterwards, it isn’t really worth going back to the office, since driving there and back will waste a lot of time. Hence I may go home and litterally have nothing to do (usually, I would work, but my PC is at the office…). Will I be bored without my PC? On the other hand, I have “Physically Based Rendering: From Theory to Implementation lying around and this may be my chance to finally read it.
One way or another I am looking forward to the time ahead. I’m going to learn a lot.
Written in 20 minutes, edited in 5 minutes.