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Favourite Albums of 2013

Posted on December 31, 2013 by Derek Watson with No Comments

So much music passes through the TWG studio, and everyone loves a good recommendation, so why not make a list? Last week over lunch we all jumped into a Google doc and shared our favourite […]

Anything can happen.

Posted on August 1, 2013 by Dominic with 3 Comments

With mountains of admiration, and an ocean of gratitude – we’re thrilled that our friends and business partners at Jet Cooper and Pilot have been acquired by Shopify. You can read their accounts of it […]

Video: Meet The Bitmaker Labs Alumni

Posted on July 24, 2013 by Holly with No Comments

Video Credit: Bitmaker Labs  Meet Irfan and Shane, two Bitmaker Labs alumni who recently joined us at The Working Group. Bitmaker Labs is a 9-week programming bootcamp teaching Ruby, Rails and JavaScript. Their intensive courses immerse you […]

Part II: The Burroughes Years – a decade of TWG

Posted on December 27, 2012 by Dominic with 1 Comment

Winter in Canada guarantees one thing. The dark. It’s dark when you wake up in the morning, and it’s dark when you head home from work in the evening. Christmas cheer may distract and keep […]

A decade of TWG – Part I.

Posted on December 11, 2012 by Dominic with 12 Comments

Last week, as I left the studio, in the early dark of a December night,  I was looking around the studio with a poignant mix of astonishment and gratitude .. Out loud, I asked myself […]

Bienvenue Emerson – tu te souviens?

Posted on May 29, 2012 by Dominic with 7 Comments

We’re super excited to announce the addition of Emerson Lackey to the TWG team. And here’s the back story .. Born and raised in the bustling burg of London, Ontario, Emerson spent his formative years skateboarding, […]

Waterloo Co-ops test out Pair Programming.

Posted on May 23, 2012 by Anthony Wong with 1 Comment

Chris and I will be spending the next four months at TWG as part of our Waterloo Co-op program. We”ll be focusing on mobile software development. Two weeks in, I can say that we’re well integrated into their team-based approach to web and mobile development, that we’re being challenged, having fun, and learning a lot as we go. Here’s our first post on a very timely topic – Pair Programming.