A glimpse into the day-to-day life of a Yeti.
Adjusting To Life in San Francisco
When I first found out I was moving to San Francisco, I was overwhelmed to say the least. I had lived my entire life in Massachusetts, with only a few brief visits outside its jagged borders. Nonetheless, I was excited to move across country. Popular entertainment like The Social Network and Silicon Valley had lodged California in my mind as the place to be for young developers, with San Francisco at the center of it all.
The Coffee Tasting
Recently a few of the Yeti's made a trip to a local coffee-shop, Sextant, for an afternoon jolt of energy. It is a hip place that just opended up close to 10th and Folsom in the SOMA district. The difference between this trip to the coffee shop and every other trip was we were involved in helping the owners pick out their next batch of coffee beans to offer at their shop. It was a really interesting experience and it sparked an idea that myself and one of our newest team-members, Amy, decided to pursue this past week.
The Lawn Party
On a Saturday in late June we turfed the office and invited a bunch of friends over for a Lawn Party! Among our guests was the band The Tough Brothers. They played catchy and nostalgic tunes set against a perfect summer day.
Yeti volunteers at the SF-Marin Food Bank
On Tuesday May 27th, a group of Yetis volunteered at the local SF-Marin Food Bank. As a company, we were excited about doing something helpful for the community but hadn’t found an opportunity that fit everyone’s schedule.
On Being an Engineer of Software
We get vastly too caught up in the software side of "Software Engineer". It's almost always perceived that someone who is a "software engineer" is actually just a "programmer" and the two are hugely different. Programmers focus only on writing (programming) software. Software Engineers focus on the whole thing and how it is going to get done.