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Kitchener-Waterloo Developers Make our First Hackathon a Success

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We’re all about data at Sortable and we wanted to give others a peek at what we do on a daily basis. Enter {data}, a one day hacking marathon that challenged developers to create a tool or app that used data in some sort of way. 25 developers from the Kitchener-Waterloo region took the challenge and descended onto the Sortable offices, on a chilly Saturday for an exciting day of hacking. The teams that participated in the hackathon created nine very different applications of data, which showed off just how much could be created in such a small amount of…

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Tech Recap: Sortable gets an upgrade

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We launched the next version of Earlier this week we launched the newly redesigned version of and we’ve been getting some great feedback already. The Next Web wrote about us as TNW Pick of the Day, calling us a “sweet gadget buying decision-engine.” Here are some of the features we’ve been working hard on: Our new UI has been completely redesigned to be more attractive and user-friendly We have upgraded our sort and compare tools to act as a one-stop shop for your product research We added easy to understand visualizations so that you don’t have to spend time hunting…

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