Wondering what we’ve been up to this year? Staff adventures and cat pictures are detailed below, in this edition of
Have you ever sent in your resume to an employer and thought, “this doesn’t represent me in the best way. If only they knew me they’d hire me. If only I could put myself across, instead of only having this cold, dry resume.” Well, at Radar Hill we really try to get to know our applicants, by conducting group interviews. Why do we do that? Let’s use an example from a recent hiring we did for an administrative assistant.
We are adding to the team at Radar Hill and have an opening for an awesome admin assistant, a new role for our agency to assist in the smooth running of our office.
If you are an intelligent, astounding individual with a high attention to detail, like to talk with people by phone or email, consider organization as one of your strengths, and can concisely put a message across, then we want to hear from you!
We are looking for a PHP Programmer to join our team. If you are an experienced, intelligent, enthusiastic individual and a master at frameworks, ideally the CakePHP Framework, with complete fluency in PHP 5 and MySQL, a passion for usable application design, and a borderline OCD for web technologies, we want to hear from you! Continue reading
This July I was working at Coastal Offices (http://www.coastaloffices.com/) in Colwood. The experience has been great! A wonderful office away from the office. Let me share with you why I think this type of temporary office environment worked for me. Continue reading
We are adding to the team at Radar Hill and have an opening for a phenomenal, multi-talented Front End / Website Developer. Do you have the skills and aptitude to join us? Continue reading
In difficult moments such as these (the internet is down), we take time to reflect on the past year of achievements, struggles, and good times.
Here at Radar Hill, it’s been a busy year. As a programmer, I spend most of my time burrowed away in the back room. I’ve got Lady Gaga in my headphones and pages of code spread out on both monitors. When Dan or Shawn bring a client to the office, they parade past me so I can glance up and say “sup?” and they can prove that their code monkeys exist.
And it seems like that happened a lot this year? So that must mean that business is good? Cool!
It was a busy year for me too. I helped out with a lot of cool websites — here are some of my favourites: Continue reading