…walls ( was a little different, but in the Toronto office, it was like a medieval Italian village, and not in the good way). I know a lot of people who could never make that statement "At the end of the day, we need to break a pattern. Face it: I'm a pattern" in public, never mind in those quiet moments during a long dark night of the soul.
I'll leave it to Alex Wilhelm at to summarize:
Ballmer was an imperfect …
…future with the team. When she isn 't Greengage-ing, you can find her at local Toronto dev events, reading a book on her balcony, or devouring a poutine - her one non-veggie food addiction.
# nerdlearn is a super casual beer ‘n' pizza jam for Toronto developers. We'll start the night off with pizza, beer, and mingling and move If you want to bring along some developer friends, feel free to send along this invite!
# nerdlearn: Front-EndFrameworks …
…anyone who's ever felt that twinge (or a surge) of frustration when trying to get from A to B in Toronto.
Continuing a family tradition in the automobile industry that dates back to 1867, Kevin founded Toronto's first carsharing network to attack a problem that affects us all - Toronto's overloaded transportation infrastructure. Discover how AutoShare scaled from 16 pioneer customers to more than 12,000 members and find out what it would take …
…alist. If someone can just give me some basic pointers on how to do that, I can handle the rest of the programming tasks.
Would any of youSharePoint developers — especially if you're in the Toronto area, but hey, if you think you can help remotely, go for it — be able to help me out for an afternoon next week? (Yes, we can pay.) Get in touch with me either through the comments or via email at email@example.com .
As many of you Toronto denizens may have already heard through the grapevine, the beloved Unspace HQ office had an electrical fire last Thursday around midnight. I'd like to preface this entry by saying that no one was injured, which I am eternally thankful for.
I'd also like to thank all of you who have reached out to us to check-in and offer well-wishes and assistance — we all feel very grateful and loved right now.
To satiate everyone in the community's concern and curiosity, …
…with Discourse over the Victoria Day long weekend here in Toronto, and we're so happy to reveal that we have Yehuda Katz within our ranks to help us convert our love affair with to the Toronto developer community at large over a two-day training and mentoring seminar.
While we're working hard to ensure that the application we'll be building in the workshop segments can be carried through the whole weekend, the course-load is separated into stand-alone …
…will be held at the Eventbright page .offices at 35 Golden Avenue, Suite 105, Toronto, Ontario M6R 2J5. Directions along with the day's complete agenda and registration details are on our
We hope you'll join us and invite your friends and colleagues !
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…, , are getting a lot of coverage.
Special thanks to FreshBooks who kindly agreed to host this event at their office.
Event is FREE but space is limited, so reserve your space by registering now!
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I went to a coffee shop in Toronto and asked the barista about their favorite coffee, which I commonly do when I'm presented with a lot of choices I haven't tried before. I ended up with a rather dark Sumatran brew from the Clover, one of the greatest technical coffee inventions of all time, sadly they were bought by Starbucks, and it was a bit too dark for my taste.
As a courtesy, she offered me to get another brew, on the house of course. She took charge of her recommendation …
…and I'm looking for the next thing to work on. Since my family is in Toronto and I have an apartment (mortgage) here, I'm not looking to relocate and currently looking for something remote (I have 7+ years of remote work experience) or local in Toronto.