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Welcome Home Magic Island

12 May

Remembering the old times, Magic Island team returns to Bravi’s big office!

Magic Island back to the big office

Here’s what they are saying about moving back here:

Tina: Looking good!

Mark McAlpine: Nice… Diego that’s rude…

Nei: It made me think about the beginning, when I started working at Bravi… And that almost three years have passed so fast! I would say that it’s always good to come back home (and there is the big kitchen as well :-)).

Diego: I think that returning to this office is being great, as we can easily be in touch with Daniel and become closer to other people from this office. We will also be interacting more with those we don’t know much.

Alex: After a long period working in the new office, it’s finally time to return home and that’s very nice. Besides, there are more fruits here. Ops XD

Cris: It seems that we were out of this office for so long! But now we are back here and I feel as good as ever! We were so welcome back here! Thanks for the lovely reception and sorry for those who needed moving seats because of us. We miss the guys from the new offices and that’s why we will keep using their meeting rooms 😀

First Impressions

28 Aug

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by Lucas, Marianna and Thiago

Lucas:

Hello, everyone! I have been here for a month, and I would like to share my first impressions. Everybody is nice: they do everything to make you feel good, they are always ready to help and the work environment is great because of that. The English classes are great: the subjects are brought to the classes in a natural way, so it does not even feel like you are in a English class. People Care is a department which really cares about people, in a way that I have never seen before. These are just a few things I noticed on my first days here. I am sure I will improve as a person and as a professional along with Bravi! See ya!

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Monthly Update – Charpenings

25 Mar

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February was a stressful month in regard to the sprint work. We have been working in the TAFE Support which is a bit tricky due to the time zone difference between UK, Brazil, and Australia. We’ve been investigating and fixing a bunch of bugs in different EBS areas.

But apart from the hard working it’s summer in Brazil 😀

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Zombies – Monthly (Year) Update

9 Dec

Maybe you think this story I’m going to tell is totally crazy, but trust me, all these things really happened. True story!!

Some weeks ago we were moving without direction just trying to find human meat to make us stronger. Danilo as usually was doing a healthy diet and was eating only brains and diet milk.

So he separated from our group to try find some fresh brains. But during this attempt he was killed (funny say it about a zombie). Poor man he was not bothering anybody, he just wanted eat some human meat. So now he is not in our group anymore. Continue reading

The Big Interview… Helen Wilson

13 Nov

Welcome back to our most popular regular feature, “The Tribalingua Big Interview”. We meet the members of the team and ask them about their lives, loves, hopes and fears…

We reveal the thoughts of the people who make this company such a special place to work.

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This week we’re talking to Helen Wilson who is NZ Market Champion and Charpenings’ Scrum Master at Tribal. Continue reading

The Big Interview… Andrew Bailey

12 Jul

Welcome back to our most popular regular feature, “The Tribalingua Big Interview”. We meet the members of the team and ask them about their lives, loves, hopes and fears…

We reveal the thoughts of the people who make this company such a special place to work.

Andrew Bailey

This week we’re talking to Andrew Bailey, the Development Lead for the SITS and ESD products in the UK…

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Radio googoo, Radio gaga… help us!

21 Feb

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Our Sheffield colleagues need some help in finding radio stations here in Brazil to help them improve their Portuguese listening skills.

“It would help us so much and is probably a great way to learn about Brazilian culture and music. I especially love Xuxa and Calipso.” says Chris Hemmings.

Tracey Wilson added, “We probably need to listen to the radio a bit more. We can listen at work. I love Sepultura and Bonde do Tigrao…”

 

So, can you help them? Do you know any good radio links? If you have any suggestions, please paste the link here and the best suggestion will win a bottle of English beer. Cold.