With things going this well, I'm sure we'll also draw plenty of attention for BarCampZurich, the main event!
Thanks to Markus Egli for pointing out the article.
"It's just nice to be able to have the control over mixing [...] related things together, even though they might not be [...] the identical kind of thing."
"If I am running through an inbox, I might be tempted to read a title and get sucked in because it is interesting. Whereas if it is in a pile of listserv stuff, I just ignore it altogether. That was a nice thing when I was busy, to not get distracted by unimportant mail."
I'm a Product Manager at Google, where I work on Area 120. Previously, I worked at Twitter on trends, the logged-out homepage, and on MoPub. Twitter which acquired our startup Namo Media in June 2014. Before Namo, I was a Product Manager at Google working on Google Now, Android and Gmail. I started reMail, a mobile email startup which was acquired by Google in February 2010.
Before reMail, I was the VP Engineering at Xobni, where we invented a popular plugin for Outlook, and a Software Engineer at Google. I have an MS degree in Computer Science from ETH Zurich in Switzerland.
Views and opinions expressed here are mine and not those of my employer Google/Alphabet.