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SendGrid on Heroku in 2021

A quick write up on getting SendGrid to play nicely on Heroku
Posted on February 17, 2021 by Elle Meredith

Let's focus our attention

When was the last time you felt absorbed in a task or in a state of flow? These days we all feel busier than ever, but at the same time are much less productive. Instead give yourself more space and time
Posted on February 15, 2021 by Sarah Tobin

Organisational culture to foster creativity and innovation

Organisations should implement a flatter hierarchy structure, with broadly defined roles, and low power distance culture. Furthermore, organisations should encourage risk tolerance within limitations, psychological safety, availability of resources, flexibility with time, freedom, and autonomy
Posted on February 12, 2021 by Elle Meredith

Why you should build distributed teams

There are many benefits to why you should build a distributed team, and with the increasing online tools to enable us to do so, we should embrace the new future of work and increase our overall productivity and happiness
Posted on January 13, 2021 by Sarah Tobin

Introducing new services

We have been working on a few new offerings, which we would like to introduce today. Mainly, we have been working on technical leadership coaching, culture and technical workshops, an Associate Developer onboarding program, and code audits.
Posted on November 30, 2020 by Sarah Tobin

Benefits of workshops

Workshops provide a fun, interactive, open, and collaborative environment for continuous learning and to meet like minded people.
Posted on November 23, 2020 by Sarah Tobin

Blackmill Rebranding

A rebranding exercise and a reveal of our new logo
Posted on July 02, 2019 by Elle Meredith

Blackmill Book Club

Friendly conversations about concepts and topics we are interested in that intersect with our work
Posted on January 10, 2019 by Lachlan Hardy

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