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Submission + - Amazon Star Engineer Lives and Works From His Boat (businessinsider.com)

HangingChad writes: James Hamilton is the engineer responsible for keeping Amazon's $4.5 billion tech infrastructure business running while inventing new ways to make its data centers more efficient. But this is no office job, he does most of his work from his boat, Diorona, which he often sails to Hawaii and works remotely from there.
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Amazon Star Engineer Lives and Works From His Boat

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