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Rapidly create a custom admin console that content publishers will love. Twill is an open source CMS toolkit for Laravel, crafted by AREA 17.

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AREA 17 is expanding in New York

August 8, 2019 at 7:50pm

AREA 17 is expanding in New York

August 8, 2019 at 7:50pm (Edited 1 year ago)
AREA 17, the creator of Twill, is hiring Engineers (Front-End, Back-End, and Director) as well as a Digital Producer based in New York. If you're interested, please apply online, and we'll get back to you ASAP!

September 13, 2019 at 3:57pm
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Hello folks!
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We're still looking for good engineers, so if you work on the Internet and wanna use Twill, join us!
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September 16, 2019 at 8:20pm
I guess you guys are really busy huh ? There's so little chat on here/github and I've been finding loads of issues! if anyone has a second to at least confirm they are issues that would be great ;0
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September 17, 2019 at 7:49am
yes super busy, that's why we are hiring :) if you know of any engineers in New York looking for a job, send em our way! Sorry that your chats have gone unanswered, I will see with the team to get back with you.
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Thanks ! Twill is fantastic but it's a lot of work getting a site setup with it... its not yet a rapid process at all and I think a part of that right now is the lack of support that Area17 can provide. I totally understand you just dont have much time... i know this issue myself with something I created.
I guess there is this tipping point with software like this when once enough people know about it and can trust it to use it on projects it will spread by word of mouth and then eventually you guys will be able to do less not more by receiving lots of external code submissions and comments on the forums from others externally to support people. Hoping it can get to this point...
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Thanks for the feedback ! I hear you and you are totally right. When we launched Twill open source, we knew that we needed to invest bigtime, at least in the beginning, and we did but mostly focused on the core product rather than the onboarding process. We are now shifting our focus to that, including better documentation, code samples, tutorials, etc. And of course, being more responsive on Spectrum :) We're getting there! Thanks for your support, cool to see that you reskinned the UI, fun to see.
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