Client Spotlight: David Perry – Coding In My Sleep
Well, we had mentioned to a few of our clients that we’d love to work together on some community spotlights of those who use our team effectively. Everyone that VA Staffer services is unique and entirely different – David Perry from “Coding In My Sleep” has been a client since July of this year, and has had us do a variety of tasks. I have the best job on the team, I get to learn about the businesses and ideas behind the people. It didn’t take long to learn that David was very valueable to have around, you see – I knew nothing about bitcoin or how to accept it as a method of payment for our services here. Turns out he’s an expert in all things bitcoin and cryptology, he even guided me on how to accept it and receive our first ever payment by bitcoin! David was kind enough to share his experience of using VA Staffer for gathering information for his blogs, and keyword trends for bitcoin related topics. We even helped him book an itinerary for some visiting in-laws!
David Perry - Coding In My Sleep
Bitcoin enthusiest and author of Coding In My Sleep. He spent over twenty years of his life obsessed with technology and the obsession with technology has led to other interesting and erudite studies.
From His Blog: VAStaffer Helps You Turn Bitcoin Into Free Time
“A few months ago I found myself in a bit of a predicament. I had simply over-filled my calendar. I wasn’t so underwater that I couldn’t do the work, but my personal life began to suffer. I had an impending week-long visit from my Mother-in-law and I didn’t have a clue what we were going to do with her. I needed an itinerary of events to keep her busy, a meal plan to work around our combined dietary restrictions – and most of all I needed help clearing a few things from my calendar so that I could even participate.
I had recently read “The Four Hour Work Week” by Tim Ferriss and, while I’m not 100% on board with Ferriss’ level of outsourcing, I could see the value of another pair of hands to put simple tasks into. I can handle the important stuff much more effectively if some of the little stuff is off my plate.”