It's been a while since our last Startup Life, and the good news is that's because we've been busy filling jobs. No complaints there.We are within the week of St. Paddy's week and it's Paddy's Day tomorrow. We had an unbelievable event on Wednesday which was basically Irish people, who are in Toronto, and in tech and trying to bring those people together and it was a big success. We had about 80
This month's Tech Talk, I have a very, very interesting guy with me. Manu, who is a number of things:He is in Canada's Top 20 Under 20He is a very entrepreneurial guy. He's been involved in a lot of startups, founded a lot of different things. He is also a founder of LinkedIn Local which we'll chat about in a minute. But rather than me trying to explain, because I looked at his LinkedIn
We currently live in a society conflicted about the role of women. While we have more and more countries doing their best to improve the standard of life for women, we have barely scratched the surface for women all over the world.
TranscriptIan: At one of the recent LinkedIn Local in Toronto, they were talking, you may have said it. You don’t need a degree to be an entrepreneur or be successful.Manu: I got in trouble for that!Ian: Many people would probably disagree with you, many people may agree with you.What tools do you need to be a successful entrepreneur?Case by case basis right? Off the bat. You do you.You’re
Ian discusses the key highlight from the Future Proofing the Software Development Community report - that tech professionals value a good manager above all else, his own management insights plus New Year's resolutions.