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It might get weird: why Dropbox employees are goofing around on company time


Meanwhile, the company’s nearby offices are humming with a bizarre but infectious energy. A drone flies erratically overhead, snapping pictures with its camera and automatically uploading them to Dropbox. This week is a great reminder that [Dropbox] started as basically a large hack week project, and that we need to continue being bold and ambitious, says Max Belanger, a Dropbox engineer who’s also one of Hack Week’s organizers. We don’t actually set any restrictions, Belanger says as we tour Dropbox’s end-of-the-week expo, where everyone shows off their projects and votes on their favorites.

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