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Wisetail Works, the charitable giving arm of Bozeman indie tech firm, Wisetail, announced today a partnership with Bozeman’s new adventure bicycling club, “Project X” and the Gallatin Valley Land Trust to protect access to public trails while promoting cycling.
Juniper Emnett was in the first class of graduates from the Montana Code School. We were proud to hire her to join our developer team.
Juniper’s addition to the team was a full circle moment for Wisetail. Learn more…
One of the things we’re the most proud of at Wisetail is how our product truly represents the creativity, hard work and personality of our Development team. We wanted to shine some light – for those outside our organization – on what makes our developers tick and what inspires them. Watch the video…
Wisetail Works is honored to support Gallatin Valley Land Trust’s new bridge at Bozeman’s iconic Burke Park. It is the gateway to Bozeman’s park system, frequented by countless hikers, bikers, runners and dogs. The new bridge is in celebration of the park’s 25th anniversary and the integral role it plays in the Bozeman community.
(Bozeman, Mont.) – Wisetail Works, the charitable giving arm of Bozeman technology firm, Wisetail, announced a $100,000 grant to Montana Code School to support the program’s efforts to train the next generation of tech sector talent in Montana. Learn more at Wisetail.