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The 2017 Webbie Awards

Each year, we have the opportunity to nominate and vote for our colleagues in the prestigious and highly contested Webbie Awards. With the winners announced at the Christmas party, the awards are a great chance to recognise everybody’s hard work and reward those that have done an especially good job. This year’s awards ceremony also allowed us…

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Webbie Quiz Night – The Return

One non-code related thing we’re pretty proud of here at Windsor Works, apart from our cake-baking skills, is our ability to put on an awesome quiz night every now and again. As you may have seen us mention once or twice, we very recently hosted an official Webbie quiz night at Christie’s Bistro, Manchester. With…

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The Fireproof IP

In today’s digital age, chances to engage in or see daring acts of bravery are few and far between. When the chance came for one of our devs to put his neck – or at least the soles of his feet – on the line for a good cause, he jumped at the opportunity. Apparently sharing…

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Putting up with craziness

At Web Apps, you get used to seeing crazy versions of normal things – something anyone who visits Windsor Works gets a sense of. It’s not unusual to come across your colleagues having an important discussion over a ping-pong match, or to find yourself having a cuddle with office mascots Bea and Bo during a…

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And the nominees are…

Anyone familiar with the Christmas party will know that the Marketing team is currently in a frenzy making sure everything goes perfectly. Rik is designing everything from table numbers to working scale replicas of the Apollo 11 Spacecraft, I’m writing a sackful of presentations and speeches and Christmas cards and Kat is triple-checking every last…

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Conkerers of the Universe

During the Autumn season, it can be easy to get a bit glum. Summer becomes a faded memory, the trees start to look bare, and your commute seemingly takes twice as long – as you imagine wading to your car through pools of fallen leaves, or navigating a public transport system that has completely imploded…

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