How to move an IT company to a new building

As some of you know if you’re stalking us on Twitter, we recently moved our company to our new building. Luckily for you our loyal readers / viewers, I recorded everything so that you can share the experience with us.

If you ever wondered how to move an IT company from one building to another, this is probably not the way to do it:

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  1. Very good video, they are not just software workers, they are hardware workers. (bauštelci)
    Beer + work very nice combination.

  2. Hilarious! It was fun to see all these developers doing some manual labor!
    One note though, Toni, the camera shake is almost unbearable…
    Keep bringing the videos, though!

  3. @Romeo

    That’s exactly what I thought! 😀


    Yea, if they payed we would display the bottle a bit better 🙂

  4. I don’t understand how the guys were so reluctant into helping Tony. With this video he has undeniable proof that he’s done most of the work with the moving and nobody helped at all. NOT 😛

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