I'm on the WordPress.com Special Projects Team at Automattic.
Before that, I helped build Crash (this platform!)
I write some code, push some pixels, market some content, track some stats, and prioritize some issues over others. Outside of work I kayak, work with wood, and blog about food and drink at cooklikechuck.com.
I empower people who are doing cool things, one website at a time.
I did a little bit of everything at Crash: Design, strategy, engineering, customer service, and marketing.
I spent half of my time architecting and managing software development projects and half of my time doing full-stack web development.
I relaunched FEE's web presence, managed their social media accounts, and administered the in-house tech stack.
Chuck Grimmett, the product manager at Crash, joins Career Crashers to talk about how he launched his career through a willingness to share his work.
Here are the three pillars of getting work done. If you are having trouble with staying on top of your work, chances are that it comes back to one of these three main areas. This is common advice for our participants as they complete their challenging apprenticeships at growing startups. 1. Know wha…
How do you become a leader in the NBA? Take more shots than everyone else.
I started this blog ten years ago today. I was in a room at the Doubletree in Tarrytown, NY. It was a Sunday and it was the weekend in-between my first FEE s...
My cooking blog, where I write digestible posts on food & drink.
Yesterday my friend Derek Magill asked the Praxis community, “What books have had the most impact on your career/education?” Here is my list, in order of when I read them. I explain what impact they had on my education and how that shifted the way I interact with the world.
Turns ideas into concrete plans and sets them in motion. Excellent at bringing chaotic situations into organized systems.Learn More →
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