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Published on November 22, 2016 by IBM

Everyday, all across the globe, IBMers wake up and go to work. But not all commutes are the same. Certain commutes that have become routine and ordinary to some, are stunningly unique to others. It’s all about perspective and they have to be experienced to be appreciated. In this new series, we’ll feature commutes from across IBM’s global community. And you will begin this first experience with skateboarding across the Williamsburg Bridge in New York City.

Follow IBM Developer Gabriel Rosa and his colleague, Khaly Ketoure, as they ride from the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, through Williamsburg, and cross the Williamsburg Bridge into Manhattan.

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Mr.Dr.Professor Toaster
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Mr.Dr.Professor Toaster
6 months 23 hours ago

You know he is a cool guy because he wasn't wearing a helmet.

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6 months 23 hours ago

Lit??

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6 months 1 day ago

awesome!

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6 months 1 day ago

I'd so like to work for IBM

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