And the MWNW Icon Design contest winner goes to…

Since the re-launch in October 2013, Make Web Not War has truly grown into a diverse community of developers, designers, and technologists. All across Canada, tech enthusiasts are bringing their best ideas to the table and coming together to build awesome technology solutions. So we thought, what better way to help these passionate folks stay … Continued


DEADLINE EXTENDED: Wednesday December 11th, 2013 Make Web Not War (MWNW) is a passionate community of tech and design enthusiasts across Canada supporting everything that is open: Open Standards, Open Source, and Open Data.  Whether you like .Net, PHP, Python, Java, Ruby, use open source or commercial software (or both) Make Web Not War is … Continued

Idea Notion: Building and deploying apps through BizSpark.

New ventures are residing on practically every street corner and web space across Canada. Entrepreneurs, particularly those immersed in digital start-ups, are eager to find the best resources to reinvent and improve their businesses. As a cross-platform consulting agency, Idea Notion provides services that range anywhere between designing customized web solutions to consulting their clients … Continued

Here’s to the new faces.

Welcome to the rebooted Make Web Not War website 2.0. Along with the usual suspects, we’ve added some fresh faces to the team! Each one of our FNGs (double acronym on G for girl/guy) will be sharing their story in separate posts. I’ll start by intruducing myself. Bruce Chau Growing up as a geek with … Continued

Interview – Si Chen

Si Chen got involved with open source software when he and his wife left their careers as a portfolio manager and a research analyst and started Gracious Style, an online retailer. After building their first online store with Perl, PHP, and MySQL, and he began to work on a more comprehensive solution, which led him … Continued

Party in the Cloud, Everyone’s Invited

Windows Azure™ is an open cloud platform that allows many different technologies to run so that developers don’t have to choose. Your application may not be written in .NET, you may not know .NET, but you can still use Windows Azure to take your applications to the next level. The Microsoft Cloud, Windows Azure™, is … Continued