3 post series to help you write better resumes for technical jobs.
In 6 months, I've read books on tense diplomatic negotiations, 1960s American segregation, and the perfect investing portfolio.
Good to Great is the #1 book I would recommend if you want to improve your startup, identify winning businesses, and stick it to the Hooli mantra.
Most resumes look the same. Name, contact, education, work experience, interests. Stand out when you turn your resume into a persuasive argument for employment.
Get your resume past software gatekeepers into the hands of hiring managers. Simply writing a great resume isn't enough anymore.
How to stop writing forgettable job descriptions that annoy recruiters and don't get interviews.
How a year working on iPad convinced me the Post-PC era is almost here.
Every week I'm writing a post, and you can swipe right or left to choose what I write next!
6 books I'd recommend that I've read since June 2015. Books covering a real life Tony Stark, the Prime Minister of Canada, death, marriage, and a book about little people in a far away land.
Are you Default Alive or Default Dead? You need to read Paul Graham's latest post and honestly figure out your startup's answer.
Downloads and Videostream Premium signups were up over 30%. Here's how we did it.
Canadian banks can't innovate and are hunting for startups that can. Insights from Communitech panel with bank CDOs on the future of Canadian fintech.
6 books I'd recommend that I've read since January 2015. Books covering civil rights, business, startups, and a romcom of a professor with Aspergers.
Three key insights on Uber, when to drop out, and valuations I learned from attending a fireside chat with VC Fred Wilson & Kik CEO Ted Livingston.
OCE Discover 2015: Thousands of entrepreneurs, researchers, policy makers, & community organizations together to celebrate and foster innovation in Ontario.
7 personal lessons I learned from founding a startup at 18, developing into a young adult, interviewing at Y Combinator, and why I decided to exit.
At our final Laurier Launchpad update presentation we summarized the five biggest lessons we had learned founding our startup, Teknically.
To Y Combinator and back again, our biggest lessons at Teknically Inc. building Webplio: a Google Analytics dashboard that anybody could use.
In November 2013 I had never danced before. One year later I'm dancing in a choreographed performance for the club's end of term party. Crack a Coca-Cola and I'll tell you the story of how I became a "Salsero".
My first year as a BBA student at Wilfrid Laurier University was unlike anything imaginable. I started a business, travelled the world, and now I'm free.
Ever wondered how to apply the Lean Startup methodology to a hackathon? The Webplio team used Hack the North to test their top three hypotheses.
From September 19th to the 21st, University of Waterloo's Engineering 5 building was over run by a native species of the region: hackers...