Archive for June, 2013

7 tips on how to survive summer as a freelancer

Filed by team twago on June 28, 2013
7 tips on how to survive summer as a freelancer

Being a freelancer in the summertime must be bliss. I mean, just imagine it… working from home, finishing early to go to the beach, sipping a nice refreshing cocktail on a sun lounger instead of having a coffee at your desk. Think again. The reality is not as idyllic as we would like to believe. […]

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Ruby is not the coolest kid on the block anymore

Filed by team twago on June 21, 2013
Ruby is not the coolest kid on the block anymore

by Matteo Depalo These days, whenever we talk about particular web technologies or frameworks that we have learned about the day before, we are in this strange situation where we find ourselves discussing something that is already outdated. We rewrote Responsa¬†from scratch over the past number of months and when we started everyone was using […]

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How to improve your professional profile and get more projects

Filed by team twago on June 19, 2013
How to improve your professional profile and get more projects

What is the first thing you do when applying for a job? Naturally, you send your CV to potential employers to show them just how good you are. The same has to be done to secure clients when working as a freelancer or an agency. The Golden Rule is that clients want to be able […]

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