For most of us, quantum physics seems like something that belongs in science fiction novels -- but it's not fiction. It's a real thing that will one day make things that seem logically impossible, possible.
Time: Wednesday, February 15, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Come to our open house and learn more about one of the country's most exciting software companies, recently named a Top 10 Small & Medium Employer in Canada.
Come and have a beer with us! Check out our Vancouver office and find out what it's like to work at one of Canada's most exciting software companies.
iQmetrix is extremely excited to introduce a donations matching program for Free The Children in the month of December 2011.
Time: Thursday, November 24, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: iQmetrix Vancouver office
250 Howe Street - Suite 1210
Time: Wednesday, November 16, 4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
iQmetrix received a video update today from Free The Children Co-Founder, Marc Kielburger*, filmed directly in India. Free The Children is a Canadian non-profit group -- founded in 1995 by Marc's younger brother, Craig (who was 12 at the time) -- that enables children in North America to take action to improve the lives of fellow children overseas.
iQmetrix was featured in the December issue of BC Business. Brent Holliday examines how iQmetrix and other Vancouver-based tech startups are offering local talent opportunities to move up the ranks without having to regularly change employers -- as is often done in Silicon Valley.
Well after a very interesting first day at PDC, which was overflowing with information on Windows Phone 7, Microsoft Azure and other interesting topics it was time to take a brain break and let loose. Microsoft rented out a bowling alley called "Lucky Strike" in downtown Bellevue. With tons of games including everything from Guitar Hero to racing games, pool and bowling it was a really fun night. Our CTO, Kerem Karatal, showed that his skill set includes more than just technology with an amazing start to our game of bowling. Scott Hanselman, from Microsoft, entertained the crowd by giving roundhouse kicks to a punching bag game, it was a pity our CEO Christopher Krywulak wasn't there to show how it's really done.