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Live on King Street

Watch concerts from Bendyworks' downtown office and support local non-profits

Heading to We RISE Tech Conference

Bendyworks developer Pearl Latteier is heading to We RISE Tech conference, an event dedicated to "growing and showcasing women in technology".

August Bendynews!

It’s been a busy couple of weeks; here’s what we’ve been up to!

Why We Can't Wait for Madison+ Ruby

August in Madison always brings a buzz of excitement for Madison+ Ruby. In just 10 days we will welcome members of the international Ruby community to our hometown (we’re honored!).

Madison+ Ruby has set a high bar for Ruby conferences ever since...

A Non-SEO’s View of MozCon: Day Three

I’m not an SEO. Until MozCon, I didn’t realize SEO (Search Engine Optimization) could be used as a job title. I knew that keywords and links are important for building site traffic, but meeting over a thousand people at MozCon whose entire careers...

A Non-SEO’s View of MozCon: Day Two

I’m not an SEO. Until MozCon, I didn’t realize SEO (Search Engine Optimization) could be used as a job title. I knew that keywords and links are important for building site traffic, but meeting over a thousand people at MozCon whose entire careers...

A Non-SEO's View of MozCon: Day One

I’m not an SEO. Until MozCon, I didn’t realize SEO (Search Engine Optimization) could be used as a job title. I knew that keywords and links are important for building site traffic, but meeting over a thousand people at MozCon whose entire careers...

BendyConf: Share, Learn, Enjoy

We believe it’s important that companies provide a forum for employees to share their passions, learn about a diverse array of topics, and enjoy the company of their coworkers. For us at Bendyworks, a big way we do that is through our internal conference...

Towards Safe, Welcoming Conferences and Communities

For a while now, Bendyworks has offered its employees an annual budget of $1,000 for attending conferences. Travel, lodging, tickets… if it relates to attending a conference, we’ve got our team covered. And if a Bendyworker is speaking at the conference...

Music atop the MMoCA

Can’t get enough summer tunes? We certainly can’t, and so we’ve partnered with a number of local businesses to bring more music al fresco to our fine city.

ELEVATE, a free concert on the roof of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, places beautiful...

Keeping up with Bendyworks

In our neighborhood spring has arrived. For us here in Wisconsin, that means we crawl out of our frost caves and igloos and offer sacrifices of cheese to the Sky-serpent so that he regurgitates Sky-orb for the summer. Also there’s lots of road construction...

Sharing lessons learned

To deepen the team’s knowledge of each of our projects, we started a client talk series during our weekly tech talk lunches.

Join us for Global Day of Code Retreat!

Mark your calendars! Bendyworks will be hosting the Global Day of Code Retreat on Saturday, December 14th. What’s a code retreat, you ask?

A code retreat is a programming event that focuses on honing your skills. You take time out from your usually...

Playoff Radio Spot

Bendyworks origins in Madison, WI means that we are football fans. With Green Bay in the playoffs we were able to try out a new advertising medium.

Take a listen to our ad below or listen to WIBA AM or FM during today’s game.

Customer Quote: Centro

“Centro’s experience with Bendyworks was very positive. The developers we worked with were able to jump right into a complex code base and quickly contribute quality code to an ongoing project. Everyone was smart, pragmatic, and fun to work with.”...

The Isthmus: Bendyworks' Big Idea

Madison’s Weekly Newspaper, Isthmus, picked up a story from local freelance journalist Marc Eisen. The story, one in a series on Madison’s Next Economy, focuses on Brad Grzesiak’s idea of creating a tech corridor on the East Side of Madison.

Several...

Your Papers, Please

Sometimes a line of discussion will open up into areas of unexpected intensity. Suddenly people are vehement and they won’t let go. When that happens, it’s interesting, and it might mean something.

This happened at Madison Ruby (#MadisonRuby) during...

Mobile and Professionalism for Students

Yesterday, at the request of their teacher Suman Banerjee, I presented a view of what it’s like to be a professional programmer to a class of Computer Sciences students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The focus of the talk was “Mobile & Professionalism...

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