Overall shot

    Newer Older

    FAQ: www.biscade.com/office/

    Updated 9 Feb 2009.

    July 2011 -- The new look of the office is here: www.flickr.com/photos/bwa32/5864908473/in/photostream

    ronicadesign, Al Abut, refack, and 105 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    View 15 more comments

    1. mastercontrol200 74 months ago | reply

      The main focal point is obviously the multiple monitors. THAT is gonna be the focal point of my dream home office built from the framing inwards.

    2. CarlVJ 74 months ago | reply

      Love your office

    3. Miette-chan 74 months ago | reply

      I really do have to ask, why six monitors?

    4. Romain Jacob 74 months ago | reply

      Wooooooow I want the same! How can you quit your workspace now?

    5. jarfil 74 months ago | reply

      Wow, and I thought triple-head was great. Do I see 5 source files, 4 terminals and 1 something else, all open AT ONCE!?!?

      Definitely, I want one.

    6. BlueisCoool 74 months ago | reply

      An incredible looking home office!

      A  Fave

    7. peatfirestudios 74 months ago | reply

      Smooth one, my man!

    8. koxmoz 74 months ago | reply

      si, WWWOOOWWW·!·!·!· yo quiero uno tambien·!·1

    9. ipxgrowly 73 months ago | reply

      Finally, some inspiration!

    10. DJMEATWHIP 70 months ago | reply

      It would appear the world now has a gold standard by which to judge all other offices by. This is the 10 we are all trying to get to.

    11. Benderunit9000 63 months ago | reply

      is that a disco ball?

    12. mitch haile 63 months ago | reply

      No, it's a ceiling fan. :-) www.modernfan.com/

    13. Greg Hamilton 62 months ago | reply

      Hey that's exactly the same as my office!

    14. Shockerz Lee 55 months ago | reply

      Your workspace looks so fantastic!

    15. Rob_Burns 51 months ago | reply


      What kind of air conditioner do you have to cool your office? I think I viewed an air conditioner in picture you posted, If I'm not mistaken it was in your window

    16. mitch haile 51 months ago | reply

      I have been using two--a 6500 btu window unit in the main room and a 9000 btu in the closet that augments the cooling while isolating some of the noise.

      I would like to get a 12000 or 15000 btu ductless unit put in, but at some point I got tired of dealing with contractors, and I had a hard time getting a written quote from the hvac guy. But that is my long term solution.

    17. ckurowic [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      I read a little bit about your company. I'm interested in hearing what kind of information security you guys have in place (I have an M.S. in info assurance). I've done extensive study on the cloud and the lack of security, do you guys take steps to properly ensure customers data security? This is also the topic of my Ph.D thesis.

    18. jd_wages 41 months ago | reply

      Mitch, if you don't mind my asking, what kind of work do you do that requires all those screens?

    19. mitch haile 41 months ago | reply

      Answered in the FAQ, but the long and short of it is, as many monitors as possible are very helpful when coding & debugging a lot of distributed stuff that is crashing all at once. When I'm doing that kind of task, I have to go big to get any kind of efficiency (and I am still slow).

      Right now (Nov 2011) I only have 3x30 on my desk, which is a nice size of general computing and doing regular single app programming, PowerPointing, etc. Anything more than that for general computing is too much. But 3x30 isn't enough when I am simulating my software in dozens of locations and trying to make sure I've got the code right (or just get the code wrong and know that too :-)).

      I've been meaning to write a blog post about re-adjusting your work environment when the tasks at hand change as it was something I struggled to understand well until recently.

    keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts