Harvest Watercooler

Sep 10

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Aug 22

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Aug 01

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Jul 18

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Jul 14

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Jun 24

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Jun 13

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Jun 10

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Mar 14

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Mar 13


We’re cooking up something new for the future, and we’re looking for beta testers: http://t.co/tB33otaxTZ
— Harvest (@harvest)
February 25, 2014

We’re cooking up something new for the future, and we’re looking for beta testers: http://t.co/tB33otaxTZ

— Harvest (@harvest)
February 25, 2014

Feb 14

Zach

Zach really likes his birthday present!

At today’s Show & Tell, we celebrated the launch of the new Harvest Expenses, welcomed a new Harvester (hello, Arun!), demo’d a few exciting upcoming projects (one of which you can sort of make out in the photo here).
We ended with our Moment of Zen–and today, for the first time, we had a double header: a video about ski jumping from our developer, Ken Early; and this happy birthday video for Zach Moazeni!

At today’s Show & Tell, we celebrated the launch of the new Harvest Expenses, welcomed a new Harvester (hello, Arun!), demo’d a few exciting upcoming projects (one of which you can sort of make out in the photo here).

We ended with our Moment of Zen–and today, for the first time, we had a double header: a video about ski jumping from our developer, Ken Early; and this happy birthday video for Zach Moazeni!

Feb 13

Fantastic time hosting the DPM Connect event last night at our HQ. If you are a project manager or a producer in New York City, we encourage you to join this initiative started by our friends at Barrel. It’s a great group of people from various agencies sharing and learning from each other. 
Photo via @magitisa

Fantastic time hosting the DPM Connect event last night at our HQ. If you are a project manager or a producer in New York City, we encourage you to join this initiative started by our friends at Barrel. It’s a great group of people from various agencies sharing and learning from each other. 

Photo via @magitisa

Feb 03

“My harshest criticism falls on the code I wrote years ago. I’ve been at Harvest longer than any other developer on the team. Few at Harvest get to live with their terrible five-year-old code like I get to live with it. Daily it is in my face. In the course of our days we all run into our prior code failures. The idea of turning a critical eye on myself even more frequently than I’m already forced to is daunting, but embracing this fact is probably for the best.” — Barry HessFinding the Courage to Constantly Critique on Tech Time