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Happy National Doughnut Day. We ate one of those glazed donut sandwiches to celebrate.

Massachusetts is home to both Dunkin’ Donuts and Abine, and we go there frequently. By “frequently,” I mean “probably excessively.” So in honor of National Doughnut Day today, we sent one of our developers, Zach, to go try one of those Glazed Donut Breakfast Sandwiches. In case you haven’t been keeping up with your pastry […]

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6 steps to getting hired at a tech startup without any engineering skills

Everyone’s hiring engineers (shameless plug: so are we at Abine), and I’m not one. Odds are, neither are you. Nor was I about 2 years ago when I was perusing Craigslist Boston’s legal services section for an alternative way to use my law degree. It’s pretty dejecting to spend your entire life getting straight A’s […]

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Happy Wednesday. Here’s a dog in a jacket.

This has nothing to do with privacy, but here’s our CTO Andy’s dog Rocko wearing a down jacket in the office:

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Beyond privacy, puppies, & pancakes: behind the scenes at Abine with James

Our software engineer James is the fourth in a series of “who we are” interviews with the people who work at Abine. A company is only as good as the people behind it, and we don’t mean to brag, but we have some pretty great people here.  We also tend to enjoy puppies and pancakes, […]

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Beyond privacy, puppies, & pancakes: Behind the scenes at Abine with Ted

Our software developer Ted is the third in a series of “who we are” interviews with the people who work at Abine.  A company is only as good as the people behind it, and we don’t mean to brag, but we have some pretty great people here.  We also tend to enjoy puppies and pancakes, […]

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