What happens when a TTT employee dies

iOS & Android Developer Mitchell Ganton talks about why collaborative coding is so important. As an instructor, mentor and from his many years of experience working in the industry, he has some key advice to give new developers. Read all about it in this issue of “Confessions of a Developer”.

Two Tall Totems at Vancouver Start Up Week

Vancouver Startup Week begins this Friday with a Hackathon taking place at Telus Garden. They expect there will be 200 participants hacking away for prizes and glory. Speaking of prizes…. we are a gold sponsor of the event having offered a top prize of $10,000.00 in kind development services. In other words if your team

5 Steps To Deliver Projects On-Time And On-Budget

Recently, Two Tall Totems met several deadlines on various big projects, all within days of each other.  A project isn’t considered successful unless it’s on-time, and on-budget. But how do you go about making sure both criteria are met?

Save The Date: Two Tall Totems' Open House

You may have seen through our social media channels by now – we are excited to be hosting an Open House in our new space on September 14! Attendees will be able to meet the Dream Team, check out some of our projects, network, and have a drink on us at this invite only event.

3 Cups Of Chai: How To WOW (Part 2)

Previously in Part 1, I shared the methods I used to grow Two Tall Totems’ network in order to market our services.  Now that I learned how to turn “no” into “yes!” and have booked my chai chats, what are the best practices to adopt when we sit down together? Remember my mantra: Marketing is delivering a story so

3 Cups Of Chai: Extending Your Network To Grow Your Business (Part 1)

Recently I was honoured with an invitation to speak at the July TechVancouver event along some very impressive people.  I was surprised that my ramblings were so well received.  In fact I have had 47 invitations for chai since that night (received #48 this morning) – that’s a high percentage for a crowd of 150 people.  It will take me