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This $2.8 billion startup serves breakfast at exactly 9:06 a.m. every day because of programmers’ bad habits

This $2.8 billion startup serves breakfast at 9:06 a.m. because of programmers' bad habits

  • The $2.8 billion startup serves breakfast at exactly 9:06 a.m. every day because of programmers’ bad habits
  • “The morning was too short, and wasn’t very effective,” explains Mee.
  • But then Pivotal employees started to get a little anxious.
  • The stick is a mandatory morning meeting at 9 a.m., where your absence will likely be noted.
  • This, too, presented a problem: Mee says that developers would tell him that 9:05 was so close to 9 o’clock that it didn’t actually feel much later.

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Pivotal holds a 9:06 a.m. breakfast meeting every day.


This $2.8 billion startup serves breakfast at exactly 9:06 a.m. every day because of programmers’ bad habits

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