Archive for July, 2014

The past, present and future of Big Data

Filed by team twago on July 31, 2014
The past, present and future of Big Data

Big Data is often thought of as an overused buzzword or in-vogue catchphrase tattooed on the covers of tech magazines and spoken at the various Ted Talks that stream to our digital devices of choice. If your present living situation is beneath a cooled solidification of magma or lava, then you may not have heard the term Big Data. But you are the […]

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#twagotips: 6 new project view features for freelancers

Filed by team twago on July 24, 2014
#twagotips: 6 new project view features for freelancers

As a freelancer or agency, communication plays a key part in the successful working relationship between you and your client. The client needs to know what they want, the freelancer needs to know what is wanted from them – and this needs to be communicated seamlessly. Thanks to the recent deployment of our brand new communication interface, we […]

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Getting started sounds easy. And it is…

Filed by team twago on July 23, 2014
Getting started sounds easy. And it is…

You’ve probably heard a lot about it lately – the recent improvements to the twago platform. Our one motivation: always moving forward. And there is no moving forward without a first step and that first step is getting started. We have our goals and we want to facilitate the goals of our users too. So, what is your […]

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Project saved: twago freelancer takes over problem project

Filed by team twago on July 21, 2014
Project saved: twago freelancer takes over problem project

Recently, the project ‘PHP-Programming – fatfree + bootstrap + MySQL’ was posted on twago, with the description; “I wrote out my project description on [another site] and a programmer from the USA offered their services. Originally they said, “everything will be completed in 2 weeks”.. 7 months later, and it was still not finished.” Project […]

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#twagotips: 6 new project view features for clients

Filed by team twago on July 17, 2014
#twagotips: 6 new project view features for clients

Simplicity, usability and an emphasis on clear and direct communication inspired the newly re-imagined project view on twago. The old-style inbox of yesterday has been replaced and rejuvenated by a contemporary chat-like communication interface – elegantly integrated within individual projects – to ensure that both Clients and Contractors (freelancers and agencies) are always on the same page heading […]

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Digital Jobs: 10 ideas drafted in Venice at #RestartEurope

Filed by team twago on July 15, 2014
Digital Jobs: 10 ideas drafted in Venice at #RestartEurope

Engage, understand and shape: These were some of the keywords that buzzed around Venice last week during “Digital Venice 2014”: a week of meetings and events hosted by the City of Venice and promoted by the Italian presidency of the European Council. 5 days, 100 speakers and more than 30 events to define the European […]

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The life of a freelancer mother

Filed by team twago on July 9, 2014
The life of a freelancer mother

It’s not easy, nor relaxing at all, and sometimes you start to think nostalgic about the times when you were alone with your moleskin and everything was organised to the very last detail. There was a new project every morning because, of course, you had time to sleep every single night and wake up the next day with a fresh mind. Again, […]

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Randstad Innovation Fund invests in Europe’s leading project platform twago

Filed by team twago on July 7, 2014 Filed by Shaun on July 3, 2014
Communication is key: introducing the new interactive face of twago

  When it comes to projects on twago, clients and freelancers are now on the same page. Fed up with the communication struggles between client and contractor? Tired of not having a clear overview of your project and messages? We at twago have taken your comments and concerns to heart and finally we are happy […]

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