It takes a band of Gorillas to create something great.*
With diverse backgrounds and unique talents, our Gorillas come together to help our clients bring their best ideas to life. We work hard, laugh a lot, brainstorm constantly, share photos of our dogs, and engage in spirited debates over who has the best beer, pizza and ceviche. Sound interesting?
*Fun Fact – A group of gorillas is called a band. Gorillas usually travel in groups of six to 12 individuals.
Gorillas at Play
All work and no play make our Gorillas . . . actually, we have no idea. Because at Gorilla Logic, we love what we do, and have a ton of fun doing it. We also enjoy getting together for Gorilla Logic events including soccer matches, monthly music jams, tech meetups and regular happy hours. Because you should have fun on any day that ends with a “y.”
Inclusive and outgoing, our Gorillas host numerous events. Come join us!
Gorilla Community Articles
Individual insights can spark big ideas. Which is why we encourage our Gorillas to share their thoughts and experiences on our blog.
Information is probably the most important resource that users trust with apps. For app developers, that information tells us who the user is, which empowers us to provide a good user experience (UX). Also, by applying business rules to this information, we define the...
With the recent announcements from Microsoft about .NET Core and .NET Framework, you may wonder whether you should start planning to migrate to .NET Core. In this article, we will cover which of your existing applications to migrate, what support tools are available,...
Much like a pod of whales or a pack of wolves, did you know that a group of gorillas is called a band? In this blog series, we’re going to introduce you to members of our band – engineers, technical recruiters, PMs, designers, and more who make up the most important...
Meet the Band
“There are many people in tech, but there is an elite that are just really, really good at it. We seek to identify those people. We celebrate the talent and the passion and the attitude that makes a great developer.”
Stu Stern, CE