Every classroom has a class clown. That person at TTT is the funny guy known as Farzad. He may be goofy and playful, but make no mistake, he’s unstoppable when he’s in the zone. Learn more about him here in issue #8 of ‘Meet Our Totems’.
Vitor Pena is the TTT lord of development and king of dad jokes. Oh, and he happens to have plenty of experience working on some very important projects for some very important people.
VP of Business Development, Jose’s the guy behind the chessboard, and he doesn’t miss a move. We’re glad he decided not to put his law degree to use since he preferred business.
Vahan, AKA King of Armenia, is also King of all things Apple at Two Tall Totems. Vahan is in no short supply of passion and possesses the skills to match. There’s a reason he’s our go-to man for all things iOS.
Diversity is extremely important to us. We’d even go as far as to say it’s one of our core values. We don’t like to get political but in the current landscape, we felt compelled to make a stand, especially when members from the TTT family have been affected by these irresponsible decisions.
Social insider attacks are prevalent on social media platforms like facebook, and you’ll never guess who the perpetrators are. Our security expert, Wali Usmani talks about these attacks on sources like CBC Radio, Vancouver Sun, and The Province.
Did someone say awards? We love awards. More so then that we enjoy being a part of the tech community. In any case, we’re certainly not going to complain about being recognized for it!
So we made a VR app for fun, just cause. Well also because we’re a bunch of nerds and we can’t seem to keep our hands off cool technology. Chcek out our pet project “TTT Xmas Magic” in the app store!
We had the TTT Christmas party last Friday and things got a little out of hand. Word of advice, when taking part in a “White Elephant Gift Exchange” don’t steal the nicest gift when there’s still 10 people left to go…because you’re not keeping it!
Braeden, a student who is very interested in programming and technology stopped by our office last week to get an insider look at what goes on in the TTT office. He was certainly a lot more mature than many of our developers.
Okay we’re probably a little biased, but there are a lot of reasons why you should consider moving to Vancouver, Canada, and we’d love to have you. Aside from the postcard scenery, diversity, amazing food, there’s also a growing tech scene.
Oh hey there! As this blog’s main content contributor, I wanted to say hi real quick. There’s not that much to know to be honest, but just to give you an idea of a few of the things I’m into, and what floats my boat. I’ll try not to bore you!