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Fun fact, Sklivvz is the second Stack Overflow employee to give a talk to many very curious and inquisitive developers in The Philippines :) Here's a great shot of him doing it:

Marco Talking

The talk was all about performance, and how Stack Overflow manages to load in an amazingly short amount of time, and he completely captivated the room of 100 something people during the entirety of a talk that went over time for about 40 minutes. There were no less than 30 really good questions after he wrapped up. If you've ever given talks like that, you probably realize that's rather uncommon.

We love pictures in The Philippines, I'm not sure if he was ready to be in over 100 of them before heading out.

Here he is with one of our top users from Manila, JonJon, along with me:

Hello, World

Something that he and I both love to do is actually get out there and spend time in the real world with the people that use and care about what you build. While I'm sure that I'll run into Sklivvz 'on the road', I'm going to make sure that we keep that tradition going in hopes that we one day actually meet a robot.

Sklivvz also has quite the appetite for S.E. Asian cuisine, so we hung out at my place the day he was flying back and cooked some Philippine comfort food known as crispy pata - a pork leg and trotter braised until it falls off the bone, with the cap made nice and crispy:

Yummy

Fun fact: Sklivvz can drink 10 shots of espresso in the space of approximately three hours. I know this because that's how many I made for him so he could fight jet lag long enough to get on his flight out.

Gonna miss you Marco, but I'm sure I'll see you around :)

Fun fact, Sklivvz is the second Stack Overflow employee to give a talk to many very curious and inquisitive developers in The Philippines :) Here's a great shot of him doing it:

Marco Talking

The talk was all about performance, and how Stack Overflow manages to load in an amazingly short amount of time, and he completely captivated the room of 100 something people during the entirety of a talk that went over time for about 40 minutes. There were no less than 30 really good questions after he wrapped up. If you've ever given talks like that, you probably realize that's rather uncommon.

We love pictures in The Philippines, I'm not sure if he was ready to be in over 100 of them before heading out.

Here he is with one of our top users from Manila, Jon, along with me:

Hello, World

Something that he and I both love to do is actually get out there and spend time in the real world with the people that use and care about what you build. While I'm sure that I'll run into Sklivvz 'on the road', I'm going to make sure that we keep that tradition going in hopes that we one day actually meet a robot.

Sklivvz also has quite the appetite for S.E. Asian cuisine, so we hung out at my place the day he was flying back and cooked some Philippine comfort food known as crispy pata - a pork leg and trotter braised until it falls off the bone, with the cap made nice and crispy:

Yummy

Fun fact: Sklivvz can drink 10 shots of espresso in the space of approximately three hours. I know this because that's how many I made for him so he could fight jet lag long enough to get on his flight out.

Gonna miss you Marco, but I'm sure I'll see you around :)

Fun fact, Sklivvz is the second Stack Overflow employee to give a talk to many very curious and inquisitive developers in The Philippines :) Here's a great shot of him doing it:

Marco Talking

The talk was all about performance, and how Stack Overflow manages to load in an amazingly short amount of time, and he completely captivated the room of 100 something people during the entirety of a talk that went over time for about 40 minutes. There were no less than 30 really good questions after he wrapped up. If you've ever given talks like that, you probably realize that's rather uncommon.

We love pictures in The Philippines, I'm not sure if he was ready to be in over 100 of them before heading out.

Here he is with one of our top users from Manila, Jon, along with me:

Hello, World

Something that he and I both love to do is actually get out there and spend time in the real world with the people that use and care about what you build. While I'm sure that I'll run into Sklivvz 'on the road', I'm going to make sure that we keep that tradition going in hopes that we one day actually meet a robot.

Sklivvz also has quite the appetite for S.E. Asian cuisine, so we hung out at my place the day he was flying back and cooked some Philippine comfort food known as crispy pata - a pork leg and trotter braised until it falls off the bone, with the cap made nice and crispy:

Yummy

Fun fact: Sklivvz can drink 10 shots of espresso in the space of approximately three hours. I know this because that's how many I made for him so he could fight jet lag long enough to get on his flight out.

Gonna miss you Marco, but I'm sure I'll see you around :)

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Fun fact, Sklivvz is the second Stack Overflow employee to give a talk to many very curious and inquisitive developers in The Philippines :) Here's a great shot of him doing it:

Marco Talking

The talk was all about performance, and how Stack Overflow manages to load in an amazingly short amount of time, and he completely captivated the room of 100 something people during the entirety of a talk that went over time for about 40 minutes. There were no less than 30 really good questions after he wrapped up. If you've ever given talks like that, you probably realize that's rather uncommon.

We love pictures in The Philippines, I'm not sure if he was ready to be in over 100 of them before heading out.

Here he is with one of our top users from Manila, Jon, along with me:

Hello, World

Something that he and I both love to do is actually get out there and spend time in the real world with the people that use and care about what you build. While I'm sure that I'll run into Sklivvz 'on the road', I'm going to make sure that we keep that tradition going in hopes that we one day actually meet a robotmeet a robot.

Sklivvz also has quite the appetite for S.E. Asian cuisine, so we hung out at my place the day he was flying back and cooked some Philippine comfort food known as crispy pata - a pork leg and trotter braised until it falls off the bone, with the cap made nice and crispy:

Yummy

Fun fact: Sklivvz can drink 10 shots of espresso in the space of approximately three hours. I know this because that's how many I made for him so he could fight jet lag long enough to get on his flight out.

Gonna miss you Marco, but I'm sure I'll see you around :)

Fun fact, Sklivvz is the second Stack Overflow employee to give a talk to many very curious and inquisitive developers in The Philippines :) Here's a great shot of him doing it:

Marco Talking

The talk was all about performance, and how Stack Overflow manages to load in an amazingly short amount of time, and he completely captivated the room of 100 something people during the entirety of a talk that went over time for about 40 minutes. There were no less than 30 really good questions after he wrapped up. If you've ever given talks like that, you probably realize that's rather uncommon.

We love pictures in The Philippines, I'm not sure if he was ready to be in over 100 of them before heading out.

Here he is with one of our top users from Manila, Jon, along with me:

Hello, World

Something that he and I both love to do is actually get out there and spend time in the real world with the people that use and care about what you build. While I'm sure that I'll run into Sklivvz 'on the road', I'm going to make sure that we keep that tradition going in hopes that we one day actually meet a robot.

Sklivvz also has quite the appetite for S.E. Asian cuisine, so we hung out at my place the day he was flying back and cooked some Philippine comfort food known as crispy pata - a pork leg and trotter braised until it falls off the bone, with the cap made nice and crispy:

Yummy

Fun fact: Sklivvz can drink 10 shots of espresso in the space of approximately three hours. I know this because that's how many I made for him so he could fight jet lag long enough to get on his flight out.

Gonna miss you Marco, but I'm sure I'll see you around :)

Fun fact, Sklivvz is the second Stack Overflow employee to give a talk to many very curious and inquisitive developers in The Philippines :) Here's a great shot of him doing it:

Marco Talking

The talk was all about performance, and how Stack Overflow manages to load in an amazingly short amount of time, and he completely captivated the room of 100 something people during the entirety of a talk that went over time for about 40 minutes. There were no less than 30 really good questions after he wrapped up. If you've ever given talks like that, you probably realize that's rather uncommon.

We love pictures in The Philippines, I'm not sure if he was ready to be in over 100 of them before heading out.

Here he is with one of our top users from Manila, Jon, along with me:

Hello, World

Something that he and I both love to do is actually get out there and spend time in the real world with the people that use and care about what you build. While I'm sure that I'll run into Sklivvz 'on the road', I'm going to make sure that we keep that tradition going in hopes that we one day actually meet a robot.

Sklivvz also has quite the appetite for S.E. Asian cuisine, so we hung out at my place the day he was flying back and cooked some Philippine comfort food known as crispy pata - a pork leg and trotter braised until it falls off the bone, with the cap made nice and crispy:

Yummy

Fun fact: Sklivvz can drink 10 shots of espresso in the space of approximately three hours. I know this because that's how many I made for him so he could fight jet lag long enough to get on his flight out.

Gonna miss you Marco, but I'm sure I'll see you around :)

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Fun fact, Sklivvz is the second Stack Overflow employee to give a talk to many very curious and inquisitive developers in The Philippines :) Here's a great shot of him doing it:

Marco Talking

The talk was all about performance, and how Stack Overflow manages to load in an amazingly short amount of time, and he completely captivated the room of 100 something people during the entirety of a talk that went over time for about 40 minutes. There were no less than 30 really good questions after he wrapped up. If you've ever given talks like that, you probably realize that's rather uncommon.

We love pictures in The Philippines, I'm not sure if he was ready to be in over 100 of them before heading out.

Here he is with one of our top users from Manila, Jon, along with me:

Hello, World

Something that he and I both love to do is actually get out there and spend time in the real world with the people that use and care about what you build. While I'm sure that I'll run into Sklivvz 'on the road', I'm going to make sure that we keep that tradition going in hopes that we one day actually meet a robot.

Sklivvz also has quite the appetite for S.E. Asian cuisine, so we hung out at my place the day he was flying back and cooked some Philippine comfort food known as crispy pastapata - a pork leg and trotter braised until it falls off the bone, with the cap made nice and crispy:

Yummy

Fun fact: Sklivvz can drink 10 shots of espresso in the space of approximately three hours. I know this because that's how many I made for him so he could fight jet lag long enough to get on his flight out.

Gonna miss you Marco, but I'm sure I'll see you around :)

Fun fact, Sklivvz is the second Stack Overflow employee to give a talk to many very curious and inquisitive developers in The Philippines :) Here's a great shot of him doing it:

Marco Talking

The talk was all about performance, and how Stack Overflow manages to load in an amazingly short amount of time, and he completely captivated the room of 100 something people during the entirety of a talk that went over time for about 40 minutes. There were no less than 30 really good questions after he wrapped up. If you've ever given talks like that, you probably realize that's rather uncommon.

We love pictures in The Philippines, I'm not sure if he was ready to be in over 100 of them before heading out.

Here he is with one of our top users from Manila, Jon, along with me:

Hello, World

Something that he and I both love to do is actually get out there and spend time in the real world with the people that use and care about what you build. While I'm sure that I'll run into Sklivvz 'on the road', I'm going to make sure that we keep that tradition going in hopes that we one day actually meet a robot.

Sklivvz also has quite the appetite for S.E. Asian cuisine, so we hung out at my place the day he was flying back and cooked some Philippine comfort food known as crispy pasta - a pork leg and trotter braised until it falls off the bone, with the cap made nice and crispy:

Yummy

Fun fact: Sklivvz can drink 10 shots of espresso in the space of approximately three hours. I know this because that's how many I made for him so he could fight jet lag long enough to get on his flight out.

Gonna miss you Marco, but I'm sure I'll see you around :)

Fun fact, Sklivvz is the second Stack Overflow employee to give a talk to many very curious and inquisitive developers in The Philippines :) Here's a great shot of him doing it:

Marco Talking

The talk was all about performance, and how Stack Overflow manages to load in an amazingly short amount of time, and he completely captivated the room of 100 something people during the entirety of a talk that went over time for about 40 minutes. There were no less than 30 really good questions after he wrapped up. If you've ever given talks like that, you probably realize that's rather uncommon.

We love pictures in The Philippines, I'm not sure if he was ready to be in over 100 of them before heading out.

Here he is with one of our top users from Manila, Jon, along with me:

Hello, World

Something that he and I both love to do is actually get out there and spend time in the real world with the people that use and care about what you build. While I'm sure that I'll run into Sklivvz 'on the road', I'm going to make sure that we keep that tradition going in hopes that we one day actually meet a robot.

Sklivvz also has quite the appetite for S.E. Asian cuisine, so we hung out at my place the day he was flying back and cooked some Philippine comfort food known as crispy pata - a pork leg and trotter braised until it falls off the bone, with the cap made nice and crispy:

Yummy

Fun fact: Sklivvz can drink 10 shots of espresso in the space of approximately three hours. I know this because that's how many I made for him so he could fight jet lag long enough to get on his flight out.

Gonna miss you Marco, but I'm sure I'll see you around :)

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