Tag: cloud working

twago Named One of the World’s Largest Human Cloud Platforms

Filed by team twago on August 12, 2015
twago Named One of the World’s Largest Human Cloud Platforms

  twago has been included in the 2015 Largest Human Cloud Platforms List as one of the largest cloud platforms in the world, joining the likes of Uber, Did Kuaidi and Upwork. We’re incredibly proud to be part of this elite group of emerging online staffing, crowdsourcing and online work platforms. New to twago? Find freelancers and agencies […]

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Cloud Computing and Virtualization: Matter of Relevant Choices

Filed by team twago on December 16, 2014
Cloud Computing and Virtualization: Matter of Relevant Choices

  Cloud computing and virtualization are today key-assets for any IT infrastructure. Flexibility, efficiency and costs are typically the main advantages to consider virtual machines (VM) or cloud service based architectures for a new project, from small web applications to more complex platforms. Therefore, which are the potential scenarios and options we should consider to […]

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Quick Guide to Starting out in Web Development

Filed by team twago on November 27, 2014
Quick Guide to Starting out in Web Development

Don’t just stand there – a career in tech is waiting for you! We are all becoming increasingly aware of the tech skills gap. Every industry now requires web developers; from the sciences to the arts, from retail to business. Not to mention the technology industry itself, which is expanding at lightning speed. Every industry […]

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My Freelance Journey Pt. 2: Picking a Price Tag for Your First Job

Filed by team twago on November 13, 2014
My Freelance Journey Pt. 2: Picking a Price Tag for Your First Job

Facing the pricing dilemma and how I overcame it. Last time I wrote about my first step into freelancing. The big jump I made from being employed and receiving a fixed paycheck to working completely on my own without having a concrete idea how I would make a living from it. The first thing I did, […]

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My Freelance Journey: Taking the First Step

Filed by team twago on October 13, 2014
My Freelance Journey: Taking the First Step

Meet Valeska and follow her freelance journey on twago… Oh, freelancing! Being professionally independent has been a dream of mine for years. And it is very recently that I took the first step into becoming a freelancer. It all started right after college when I was hired by a big corporation as an IT consultant. Gosh was […]

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The Top 7 best things about Next 2013

Filed by team twago on April 26, 2013
The Top 7 best things about Next 2013

Did you miss NEXT 2013 in Berlin? We didn’t and we want to highlight what we enjoyed during the coding event. Here is our Top 7. 7.  Berlin start-ups talking about Berlin start-ups  Leaders of the Berlin start-up scene including Florian Meissner of EyeEm and Henrik Berggren of Readmill, Christoph Fahle of Betahaus and Jess Erickson of Berlin Geekettes, speaking about what works and what […]

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Who will freelancers vote for? Discover it in the new #twagotrends!

Filed by team twago on March 21, 2013
Who will freelancers vote for? Discover it in the new #twagotrends!

Ready to enjoy the first #twagotrends report of March 2013? What will you find in the report? Politics, digital work, market trends, online support for doctors, the berliner digital bohème… everything joining the Cloud of Work! Election trends in Germany: Freelancers with high vote for the Green Party The well known German Research Institute FORSA […]

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An amazing week @ CeBIT for twago!

Filed by team twago on March 12, 2013
An amazing week @ CeBIT for twago!

We had such a great time at this year’s CeBIT! Our stand at the CODE_n zone for innovative projects and ideas got so many visitors! It was simply great… Last year we won the CODE_n award. This year we came back as a bigger company: 50 million € of volume project in 2012 and thousands […]

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10 things every freelancer needs

Filed by team twago on January 5, 2011
10 things every freelancer needs

As a freelancer you are often on your own. Not only for recent graduates but also for those who have been in the workforce for years, it is tempting to become self-employed quickly and without any hassle. You, developer or designer are your own boss and can start to search for clients right away. There are, […]

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Don’t be afraid of small projects

Filed by team twago on March 30, 2010
Don’t be afraid of small projects

Freelancers, cloud workers and self-employed like programmers or designer taking over assignments for customers on a project basis mostly just want one thing: long-term deals. These not only secure the order situation in the long run, but in most cases also yield a good profit. Furthermore, for the time being there is no need to […]

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