Commit 17ef2664 authored by Rebecca Dodd's avatar Rebecca Dodd 🌴

Update link to PYB hb

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tags: pick your brain, startups, inside GitLab
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I sat down for a “[pick your brain](/handbook/ceo/#pick-your-brain-meetings)” meeting with GitLab’s CEO and Co-founder, [Sid Sijbrandij](/company/team/#sytses), to learn about his approach towards different aspects of building a successful startup. Here are some highlights of the conversation.
I sat down for a “[pick your brain](/handbook/ea/#pick-your-brain-meetings)” meeting with GitLab’s CEO and Co-founder, [Sid Sijbrandij](/company/team/#sytses), to learn about his approach towards different aspects of building a successful startup. Here are some highlights of the conversation.
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description: "GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij and FormAssembly CEO Cedric Savarese met online to talk remote culture, hiring and scaling."
tags: pick your brain, remote work
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_GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij occasionally sits down for a "[pick your brain](/handbook/ceo/#pick-your-brain-meetings)" meeting with people seeking advice on open source, remote work, or discussion of other things related to GitLab._
_GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij occasionally sits down for a "[pick your brain](/handbook/ea/#pick-your-brain-meetings)"
meeting with people seeking advice on open source, remote work, or discussion of other things related to GitLab._
Navigating growth in a high-tech remote organization can be challenging. CEO of [FormAssembly](https://www.formassembly.com/), Cedric Savarese, recently sat down with GitLab CEO Sytse (Sid) Sijbrandij to chat about remote culture, hiring and scaling.
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description: "Stitch CEO and co-founder Jake Stein sits down for a pick your brain meeting with GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij."
tags: pick your brain, open source
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_GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij occasionally sits down for a "[pick your brain](/handbook/ceo/#pick-your-brain-meetings)" meeting with people seeking advice on open source, remote work, or discussion of other things related to GitLab._
_GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij occasionally sits down for a "[pick your brain](/handbook/ea/#pick-your-brain-meetings)"
meeting with people seeking advice on open source, remote work, or discussion of other things related to GitLab._
When we launched Singer, our [open source ETL project](https://www.singer.io/) at [Stitch](https://www.stitchdata.com/), I was looking for advice on the best strategies to make it successful. August Capital is an investor in both Stitch and GitLab, and they were kind enough to introduce me to Sid Sijbrandij, CEO of GitLab. Sid was very generous with his time, and he shared some of his lessons learned about open source.
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description: "FineTune CTO Kwan Lee sits down for a 'pick your brain' meeting with GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij."
tags: pick your brain, remote work, collaboration
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_GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij occasionally sits down for a '[pick your brain](/handbook/ceo/#pick-your-brain-meetings)' meeting with people seeking advice on open source, remote work, or discussion of other things related to GitLab._
_GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij occasionally sits down for a "[pick your brain](/handbook/ea/#pick-your-brain-meetings)"
meeting with people seeking advice on open source, remote work, or discussion of other things related to GitLab._
It was great to find the time for us to pick Sid’s brain and learn from the history and the organizational challenges that GitLab had overcome so that we may reference them for building a better organization. There were some cultural elements, tactical organizational elements and software development process-related elements that were valuable pointers.
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description: "GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij sits down with Zapier team members to chat about communication challenges in each growing company."
tags: pick your brain, remote work, collaboration
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_On November 17, Mike Knoop and Noah Manger of Zapier [sat down with GitLab’s CEO Sid Sijbrandij](/handbook/ceo/#pick-your-brain-meetings) to discuss the way the two companies approach the challenge of scaling communication as a company grows. This transcript has been lightly edited for clarity._
_On November 17, Mike Knoop and Noah Manger of Zapier [sat down with GitLab’s CEO Sid Sijbrandij](/handbook/ea/#pick-your-brain-meetings) to discuss the way the two companies approach the challenge of scaling communication as a company grows. This transcript has been lightly edited for clarity._
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description: "Vincent Jong of SaaS.CEO sits down for a 'pick your brain' meeting with GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij."
tags: pick your brain, startups
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_GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij occasionally sits down for a '[pick your brain](/handbook/ceo/#pick-your-brain-meetings)' meeting with people seeking advice on open source, remote work, or discussion of other things related to GitLab._
_GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij occasionally sits down for a "[pick your brain](/handbook/ea/#pick-your-brain-meetings)"
meeting with people seeking advice on open source, remote work, or discussion of other things related to GitLab._
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tags: remote work, inside GitLab, workflow, collaboration, pick your brain
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_GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij occasionally sits down for a "[pick your brain](/handbook/ea/#pick-your-brain-meetings)"
meeting with people seeking advice on open source, remote work, or discussion of other things related to GitLab._
I’ve been on many terrible conference calls. The gentle voice telling me to enter my nine-digit pin, followed by the pound sign, feels like disappointment before the call even begins. That’s why I was so surprised to hear that GitLab – a company of over 200 people – runs without an office. How could anything get done when every meeting was remote?
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