This month we celebrate 20 years in business with a timeline of highlights from over the years. We also spotlight the work life of a current GovWebworks developer. We hope you enjoy learning a little bit more about our company, and we appreciate your comments and suggestions for future topics.
We look back from 2020 at 20 years of digital progress
By GWW Staff – In 1999, blog, carbon footprint, and texting were added to the dictionary. Plus, dashcam, and The Matrix. On top of all that, Justin Davis set up shop as Portland Webworks, a web and software development company, in a one-room office at 5 Milk Street in Portland, Maine...
Software developer Rachel Charow shares some scenes from her working life
By GWW Staff – Hi, I’m Rachel Charow. I work as a software developer at GovWebworks, based in Portland, Maine. I enjoy the challenge of figuring out technical solutions for our clients, and I especially like collaborating with my teammates to provide the best product we can. We learn a lot from each other every day...
In Other News
Current articles/videos of interest across the web (in case you missed them):
- A $100 Million Bet That Vacationland Can Be a Tech Hub, Too: A benefactor’s big gift will create a research center in Portland, Maine, testing a small city’s ability to prosper as a magnet for innovation.... - via New York Times
- Icelandic Citizen Engagement Tool Offers Tips for U.S.: The Better Reykjavik platform has found a way to encourage thoughtful debate for government improvement among citizens while avoiding vitriolic arguments, and similar projects are coming to United States cities.... - via GovTech