It has been one year since the day I visited Poland. Poland is not a strange name with people in my country. I am not sure if this is good or bad. However, my country and Poland used to have a strong tie, at least in terms of ideology, before USSR was collapsed. Many people from my country are still living here, and even some of them have made a big fortune.Continue reading “Poland – One Year Ago”
From Lyon, I got up early, moved to the train station, and started moving to Paris. I was lucky when selecting this early train. The scene outside was amazing, which was a mix of sunrise, fog, and green lawn. I even thought “Wow, I could not believe I can see this with my real eyes”. That was definitely a great start for an attractive capital.
Leaving Antibes, I was on the train heading to Lyon. It was too cold in the early morning. The railway is close to the Mediterranean Sea. The scene through the train window was amazing. By that time, I wished I would have a car and drive on the road, and feel the sea.
Lyon greeted me with the sunshine but it was cold too. The temperature was even lower than the frozen threshold.
Continue reading “A Look Back: Lovely Lyon”
In the last week of February, my team had the annual meetup in Antibes, France. As you might know, I am working in a completely remote company, and we meet each other in person around two times per year. That’s why this retreat is super important, which helps build trust and increase our productivity.
After spending some days at WC Kathmandu, I was going to EBC – Everest Base Camp. EBC is really like “been there done that” without much to see. But the whole journey to it was a unique experience.
I could see the landscape changing from green (a lot of trees), to grey (small trees), to white (mix of ice and stone).
I could feel the less-oxygen air and overcome it.
I could know that the 5-star price and non-star service can go together.
I could have 24 hours without any internet at all (no way to get it).
I could fail when something was too hard for me.
I could face many types of things in almost the same time: cold, sunny, dusty, windy, and snowy.
I could (a lot of verbs here).
Two weeks ago, I had an amazing chance to join a warm and friendly WordPress community at WordCamp Kathmandu 2018.
My talk was about the benefits and considerations when having a multilingual WordPress site. The organizers gave me 25 minutes, which was pretty short, I expected to have at least 10 minutes more. I could not talk something at the end of my talk, you can jump here to see the rest.