David AhDoot – KAPTÁR faces

David AhDoot – KAPTÁR faces

I’m a software developer from Los Angeles, California, though I’ve been a digital nomad for 18 months now. After spectacularly failing to learn Spanish during my 8 months in South America, I’m now failing to learn all of the European languages I’m encountering at a world-class pace.   What is your most important life lesson, since you became a nomad? Say yes to (almost) everything! What is the best part of your job? I’m a software developer and the thing that most people don’t realize about software development is that it can be quite artistic. Not in the traditional sense of the word, but in that there is a lot of creativity and elegance involved in writing good code. Despite not having a traditional “artistic” stretch of DNA in my cells, this brings me satisfaction almost every day. What were your funniest/best KAPTÁR moments? When Matild thought my name was Diarrhio...
KAPTÁR faces – Connor Feemer

KAPTÁR faces – Connor Feemer

Hi! I’m Connor Feemer! My gamer bros just call me co/fee! I can work like a frickin machine, but sometimes I just blow off some steam. Let’s just say, I have ground moments ;-) I’m totally social: always up for a great coffee and I can hardly wait for the community lunches. I’m vegan though, so the only thing I get roasted is coffee, muhaha. I usually take short coffee breaks, but „if needed“, I can let it flow a little longer. Don’t miss out on my foamy features! You know where you find me: I’m the only FIXIE in the FLEXIE area! Man, I already love being a KAPTÁRmember, this place is gonna make me boil! Learn more about me HERE!...
KAPTÁR Success Stories – Kray Zsuzsa

KAPTÁR Success Stories – Kray Zsuzsa

Hi Zsuzsa, thanks for the interview! Could you please introduce yourself? What should we know about you? Thank you Bálint! I studied environment research and have worked in this branch ever since, which I’m pretty proud of. On the other hand it also starts to feel natural for me, even though it is not all around the world. From this perspective I consider myself lucky. The opportunities keep coming and there is a nice work-flow in my life. Since I left University, my work has been about sustainability, raising awareness and communication. The best example for this is developing a curriculum. This sounds exciting, tell us more about it… I just did some summer camp programs for the Education Agency. These are programs of some days, for 1.-11. classes, full of activities around sustainability. Just to mention the most popular ones: ethical consumption, global outlook, eco footprint, recycling and the waste pyramid. But you know, the best waste is the one that doesn’t even arise. We’ve been hearing all over again for a while that the earth will run out of resources and that there is no way back from that. But still, I don’t really see that anything happens… Everyone knows about it, but hardly anyone notes it. By being one of the few, doesn’t it sometimes feel like fighting windmills? Yes sometimes. But I can’t do anything about it. It’s like there are different forces that pull the same thing, just from different sides. Sometimes the other side is pulling to strongly. But what can I do? I get up the next day and pull even stronger...