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How to get a Job with Canadian Tech Companies

I want to address one of biggest concern people have, that is getting a job in Canada. I also want to clear some misconceptions around how its harder to get good jobs in Canada versus say the US. In the US foreign talent comes in mostly on a work visa (H1B, etc). Additionally most people get their work visa either after completing a US university degree or excelling in their field overseas. Read More

A Guide to the Toronto Tech Ecosystem

Toronto has an active and growing tech scene but it cannot be compared with the valley. The valley has had a couple decades to evolve and is now a mature ecosystem. Toronto is a younger place when it comes to tech. That can be a good thing, getting in early after all has been the mantra of the valley. Why Toronto Today things are very different from back when the valley started. Read More

A Tech Nomad's Toronto Experience

I’m Loan a full-stack web developer from Paris, France. I work full time on freelance projects while traveling the world. My experience is mostly with Javascript and PHP. I’m pretty active on Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter where I document my journey. I’m also creating a monthly audio podcast that will feature interviews of software engineers with inspiring and unique stories. The first episode will be published next week. Stay focused. Read More

By Loan Laux

Our First Year Living In Toronto

We’re about to complete a year in Toronto and life here has been amazing. We are very happy with the neighborhood we chose to live in, the public transportation, schools, parks, people, cultural and public resources. We didn’t know what to expect when we first moved, the few things we knew is that winter is going to be extreme, people are kind and nice and that you get free healthcare, oh and that Deadmau5 lives in Toronto. Read More

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