2020 was a weird year. No doubt about that. As an employer, it’s important to make sure you’re taking extra steps to check the wellbeing of your people and putting them first
The job hunting process can be daunting and nerve-racking. Part of my job is to help candidates prepare and ace interviews while also making sure they walk away with a better understanding of the role and the organization.
September 1, 2015, is an important date in Architech’s history. It was then that our first two Polish team members were hired to help us embark on a completely new journey in Kraków, Poland. A deep dive into the unknown. Today, we celebrate the fifth anniversary of Architech’s offshore office in Kraków!
In this article, we’ve broken down one of the most commonly misunderstood titles — Technical Lead — to shed light on what effective technical leadership looks like in practice.
From Mental Health Monday lunch-and-learns to a virtual watercooler, Daily Fitness Sessions to adjusting our fitness allowance for at-home support, being Agile is at the heart of preserving company culture during this pandemic.
As a Software Engineer Co-op at Architech, I’ve picked up more than just technical skills. For all newcomers to Architech, I’ve made this short guide to help you settle in…
Mental health in the workplace continues to be stigmatized and people often feel like they will come across as weak and attention-seeking if they discuss their emotional health in the workplace.
Hi, I’m Parth Thakkar and I’ve been working as a Co-op Software Engineer at Architech for the past 4 months. As the year and my work term comes to an end…
“Let’s increase the participation and leadership of all women in tech.” It’s a pretty straightforward statement, and it’s only one layer of #movethedial’s mission to move the…
In the context of Elevate Festival 2019, the meaning of moonshot took many forms. It was the idea of shooting for the moon – addressing colossal problems in the world, proposing bold solutions, and harnessing breakthrough technology.
Ashish Patel to lead technology teams at digital transformation company. Toronto, ON, Architech, a Toronto-based Enterprise Software and Cloud Services firm is pleased to announce a new chapter in their growth. Long-standing Architech CTO and Chief Architect Jungho Kim is leaving to focus on other
We asked our team to rank the top 5 contributions Canada has made to the tech or medical community.
Motivation comes from working on things we care about. It also comes from working with people we care about. – Sheryl Sandberg
While a quick Google search will pull up hundreds of team development activities for you to choose from, here are four activities tried and tested by the Architech team
Heading to Techfest this year? Stop by and say ‘hi’! We’re always looking for great talent to join our crew – so be sure to come check out what we have to offer.
We subscribe to the theory that a place is only as good as the people that make it. Our team of dedicated and creative staff is at the heart of the work that Architech does.
In part 2 of our ‘Living Our Values’ mini-series, Deniz Berrak explores what the core value, “Embrace Change”, means to her
In part 1 of our ‘Living Our Values’ mini-series, Deniz Berrak explores what the core value, “Think Big”, means to her at Architech and beyond.
A conversation with Dr. Imogen Coe on gender parity and equality.
Throughout my professional career, I’ve always been intrigued by the habits and behaviours of successful people. What sets them apart? What moves them to action? What motivates their decision making?
We taught the girls about creative strategy, the importance of accessible design, and how to account for different user needs.
In honour of the Summer 2016 Olympics in Rio, we’ve taken the opportunity to celebrate our Team Canada athletes in a pretty unique way…
It’s easy to get lost in the task-based existence of our overloaded calendars and never-ending client calls, and it took some hard news to reflect back and ask myself why I’m here. But in doing so, I’ve realized that it was just what I needed to gain context.