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Visiting Tiny in Brisbane

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Just as the weather started to get cooler in Melbourne, I got an invite up to Brisbane to hang out with the Tiny team for a few days of their Product Week 2019. Basically a hackathon team building exercise. Yeah, that's my sort of team building activity too.

It was incredible to not only meet the local development team, but also one of the TinyMCE co-founders, Tiny's CEO and a swarm of international team members visiting from Europe and the United States. 

Not only did I get to thaw my body out, but it was great to pick the minds of some of their engineers - and have mine from an end-user perspective picked too - to find out more about Tiny 5's massive restructuring, ideas/suggestions for developer growth and even some hints at what is being spit-balled around for future enhancements.

They asked me to write a bit more, so check out An outsider's Tiny peek at Product Week 2019 on the Tiny blog.

I'm looking forward to my next Brisbane trip so I can stick my head in and say hi again. 

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I am the Development Director (and co-owner) at Mity Digital, a Melbourne-based digital agency specialising in responsive web design, custom web development and graphic design.
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