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Meet a Whipcordian: Chris Perlette

By Chris Perlette, Junior System Administrator on April 11, 2019

 

Hello!

Chris here – I was born and raised in Calgary, living there until I left to attend the University of Lethbridge, where I’m currently completing my Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science.

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Farmers’ software optimizes field passes

By External Author on April 1, 2019

First Pass is a guidance line software that enables farm equipment working on the same field to work efficiently together by creating one correct route that any of the machines can take anywhere on the field. | First Pass photo

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Meet a Whipcordian: Keegan Osler

By Keegan Osler, Software Developer on March 27, 2019

Hi there! My name is Keegan and I recently joined the Whipcord team as a Software Developer. My educational background is in physics, math and computer science while my knowledge of software development is largely self-taught (shout out to Google!).

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Part 3: More Fiber in Your Diet

By Whipcord Team on March 21, 2019

As technology continues to transform all types of industries, there's been an increasing trend in the adoption rate among those involved in the agriculture community. The second Green Revolution is happening now and in this three-part series we'll discuss the boom of agriculture technology driven by the growing need at the farm level to save money and time without added complexity 


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Part 2: We're Your Neighbour

By Whipcord Team on March 14, 2019

As technology continues to transform all types of industries, there's been an increasing trend in the adoption rate among those involved in the agriculture community. The second Green Revolution is happening now, and in this three-part series we'll discuss the boom of agriculture technology driven by the growing need at the farm level to save money and time without added complexity.  

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Part 1: What is AgTech?

By Whipcord Team on March 7, 2019

As technology continues to transform all types of industries, there's been an increasing trend in the adoption rate among those involved in the agriculture community. The second Green Revolution is happening now, and in this three-part series we'll discuss the boom of agriculture technology driven by the growing need at the farm level to save money and time without added complexity.  

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Meet a Whipcordian: Matt Coutts

By Matt Coutts, Program Manager, Agriculture on February 20, 2019

Hi, I’m Matt Coutts, the Program ManagerAgriculture at Whipcord. I grew up in Kindersley, SK working on my family’s farm and am excited to continue my career in agriculture with Whipcord

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Public vs. Private Cloud: Top 4 Differences

By Dan Hamilton, Vice President of Technology on February 11, 2019

Most people who are considering moving to the cloud are familiar with public cloud services such as those offered by Amazon, Microsoft and Google. However, while those services have attributes in common, private cloud services – such as those offered by Whipcord – are different.

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Meet a Whipcordian: Jessie Carpenter

By Jessie Carpenter, Accountant on January 16, 2019

Hey! My name is Jessie Carpenter and I’m here to help Karla crunch the numbers as the newest addition to the Accounting Team; I’m closing in on my third month at Whipcord and am so happy to be here. I like to work hard while having fun and Whipcord has given me the ideal work/life balance to achieve that.

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Meet a Whipcordian: Marianne Loose

By Marianne Loose, Office Manager on January 9, 2019

Hi, my name is Marianne Loose and I joined the Whipcord team in November 2018. I was born and raised in a small town of 302 people (301 since I moved), nestled in the foothills of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains. Glenwood is not only known as the “cheese town” for its cheese factory and museum, but also for its rich agricultural community. After graduating from high school, I moved to Calgary and it has been home for me ever since.

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