Twisp’s weekly wrap-up is a great way to keep up on what’s going on in the world of twisp. It’s a great way to keep up on a topic that you usually don’t have time to think about in the morning.
The Weekly Wrap-Up is a weekly feature from twisp’s Twitter account (@twisp). This week the twisp account answered a few questions asked by twisp readers. For instance, the question about whether or not you should keep your code in your personal git directory on your server.
The answer to this question is “yes” and that’s why we’re back in the week! Twisp users just need to be quick about getting it in their inbox.
Well, we’re not back in the week because we haven’t done a good enough job answering these questions so far. Let’s see if we can get better in the coming days. If you have a question for twisp, tweet it to us @twisp and we’ll be sure to answer it for you.
We hope you’ve been enjoying the week. If you’ve been thinking about trying to learn more about twisp, we’d love to hear from you.
As always, let us know what you think! If you have any questions, leave them in the comments below.
I’m on the fence as to whether or not I should get to know you better. You’re a great team and I think everyone enjoys your time here. If you’re not interested in learning more, feel free to ask.
We are really excited about the fact that we’ve got a talented and interesting team to work alongside at Twisp. If you have any questions about this, shoot us an email at [email protected] and we’ll be sure to answer them for you.
I’m a little hesitant to say this, but I think I might be able to help with this. As I look at the team, I’m pretty certain that I like what I see. I’m also pretty sure that I’m a pretty good programmer as well and might be able to help with some of their coding needs.
So the team is composed of a couple people from the old TWiT team, and some people from the newer Twisp team as well. These are all people who have been around the game and are either friends or people I’ve just met (and who I assume are also pretty good friends). I’m not really sure if they all have their own personalities, but I’d say in general they’re good individuals.