The Cambridge dictionary describes a career-defining moment or action as “one that is very important in making someone successful in their job, or in deciding how they will be remembered.” At Mantech, we have talked about such moments a lot recently, and have decided to share some of ours to give you an insight into who the team are, and how they came to be where they are now. Here, Laurie Green talks about taking a leap of faith and how it may just work out. […]
Solar Analytics is an international software startup at the forefront of the tech industry. Their policies for attracting, hiring and retaining women are a breath of fresh air, in what is traditionally a male dominated environment. Not only have these techniques helped to secure a productive team, but they have also contributed to creating an enviable company culture. In this two part series we chat to CEO, Stefan Jarnason and Senior Project Manager, Cindy Hung about women in technology. You can find Cindy’s interview here.
Daniel Versick recently approached Mantech looking for work in R&D and systems programming. He is well spoken, highly accomplished in Linux and offers 15 years’ software experience.
Ultimately, he would be an ideal employee at any company lucky enough to have him, but following his recent emigration from Germany, where his extensive software skillset was in high demand, he was surprised at the subtle differences between the two countries’ industries.
Here, he tells us about his experience, how he feels the Australian technology industry differs and why he made the decisions he did.