Twin Sun News Posts

Twin Sun Recognized as a Clutch Global Leader for 2023 Twin Sun's Blog

Twin Sun has been named a top B2B company in multiple categories! This is Twin Sun's third consecutive year of recognition from Clutch, and our first Global Award.

Twin Sun Ascends: A Profile by the Tennessean Twin Sun's Blog

We shared our insights on our company's journey, philosophy, and role in Tennessee's growing tech scene in a recent Tennessean article. Discover how we blend creativity, communication, and client focus to deliver top-notch tech solutions.

Employee Highlight: Madden Purcell Twin Sun's Blog

Madden is our resident history buff and a talented musician. Discover how his love for education and technology led him to pursue a career in software development.

Sarah Maginnis Joins Twin Sun Twin Sun's Blog

Twin Sun hires Software Developer Sarah Maginnis, a law librarian and fantasy author.

Twin Sun Welcomes Nora Szeto Twin Sun's Blog

Twin Sun hires Nora Szeto as a Software Developer, bringing her unique background in veterinary medicine and passion for software development to the team.

Announcing Harvest Timer and Work Logs for Jira Cloud Twin Sun's Blog

Twin Sun announces the launch of Harvest Timer and Work Logs for Jira Cloud, a new app that streamlines time tracking by allowing users to sync their Harvest time logs with their Jira work logs.

Twin Sun's 2022 Year in Review Twin Sun's Blog

2022 has been a fantastic year for Twin Sun, and we're excited to share some of our accomplishments with you.

Employee Highlight: Zak Raymer Twin Sun's Blog

Gamer, developer, ... game developer. Zak does it all! He's our resident React expert, a Flutter pro, and knows his way around a few web frameworks.

Twin Sun Promotes Jack Parsons and Zak Raymer to Lead Developer Twin Sun's Blog

Jack Parsons and Zak Raymer were recently promoted to the position of Lead Developer, the first to hold the position at Twin Sun.

Odor Reporting Site Gives a Voice to Murfreesboro Residents Twin Sun's Blog

The Murfreesboro City Council voted to proceed with a lawsuit against a landfill owner after receiving over 2,000 complaints through a website developed by Twin Sun.

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