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The New York Times covers the Fog Creek office

by Joel Spolsky
Saturday, February 07, 2009

The New York Times covered the new Fog Creek office: “A client who claims to know something about design might be an architect’s worst nightmare. But it turns out that Joel Spolsky, a software designer, author and blogger, actually knows a lot about it.”

If you’re coming here from that article craving more pictures and descriptions of the space, there’s an article I wrote describing everything in detail, and there’s also a slideshow with 49 pictures.


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