The Dunham Group is growing again
Today we sadly say goodbye to Sidha Wong who has worked with us for the past year. Sidha, an engineer, has been a fabulous addition to our staff and has helped to implement new standards in programming. We are very grateful for all that he has contributed to our company. He is going on a long vacation to Hong Kong and then will be working in the Toronto area in his area of Engineering.
We welcome two new people to our staff. Craig Mathers, who has expertise in Hardware systems, is currently working part-time in our IT department. We hope that shortly, that will be a full-time position. Nilton Medeiros has joined us in our Web division. He brings a great deal of experience as a programmer and designer. We welcome both Nilton and Craig to our team.
Currently we are looking for another programmer to join our team. This person needs to have expertise in CakePHP and MVC (Model-View-Controller). If you are that person, please use our contact form – or call Chris at 905.312.8444 x101.
Things are really alive here at TDG. We are currently working on a couple of new divisions – which is really exciting. We’re not saying much about it yet, but stay tuned for details.
Watch for our new ads in the upcoming edition of Panorama, a Hamilton Chamber Publication. Our ads will appear in the Annual Report edition of Panorama.
We’re also pleased to continue our support of the Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice. TDG will be Ruby Red Sponsors at their annual Paint the Town Red gala. To get tickets to this fabulous gala please give the Hospice a call 905.387.2448.
The Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice is also expanding by opening a new bereavement camp for young people called Camp Erin. This is a huge project and a very important one for the hospice. To raise money to sustain the camp, the Hospice will be raffling a brand new BMW 7 series car – with the support of Budd’s BMW in Hamilton. We are strongly supporting this campaign and will have tickets for teh car draw available in our office soon.
We moved into our new offices only 2 years ago, and now we’re getting crowded! It’s a happy problem. We are looking forward to lots of growth in the future and most importantly, playing our part in employing people in our city, offering them meaningful work with really fair wages.