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Discover how Tyler's Arcurve internship prepared him for his engineering capstone project! From a shy intern to a confident developer, he learned key principles
Eric Nosal, Arcurve's Technology Principal in advanced analytics, discusses the sensitivity of data and its governance while exploring the potential of LLMs.
Many discussions with our clients center on the decision to build or buy. The crux of this decision is the level of customization your solution will require.
Picture this: your enterprise stores the entirety of its knowledge base in a cloud-based file store, Wiki, or document management system.
Get to know Arcurve's Marketing & Communications Intern, Courtney. She loves bubble tea, can't pass up a good medium rare steak!
Mike Morley, Arcurve's Director of AI/ML, is in an interesting position. He lives in the world of AI everyday, but he's also the dad to a budding musician, who
Dani loves perogies, has recently taken up guitar and would give her left arm to sit down with Christie Blatchford for dinner.
Cole is a web developer here at Arcurve. He's also a film buff and a passionate curler!
Working at Arcurve was the best decision I made for my personal and professional growth, and here’s why.
Taking my first steps in a corporate environment, I was immediately submerged into the amazing culture Arcurve nurtures.
Some of the concerns I faced were fears of experiencing imposter syndrome and isolation. I was relieved to find that was not the case!
Regine is a Project Coordinator here and loves food, a good hike and practices martial arts. She is also working on her own line of artesian craft chocolates!
During this internship, I was working on a few projects that used a C# ASP.net back-end, that was not developed by me. Working on these projects would have been
This summer, I participated in the YYC Hacks hackathon and it was one of the most fun events I’ve ever participated in. Here are the top three things I learned!
When I found out that I had gotten my very first internship I was over the moon with excitement.
Last week, John, Tyler, and I (returning interns) went on an Arcurve trip to Halifax to run a workshop for a Digital Discovery Camp for ages 12-14.
Throughout this summer I have been able to learn and use Flutter, which is a portable UI kit for crafting cross-platform applications.
Games are art. I always saw it that way. People need to communicate their ideas; each goes their own way about it.
While we spend most of our time on client projects at Arcurve, a group of interns is working on an internal software project from the ground up.
At Arcurve there is no lack of mentorship for the interns. Each intern was set up with an “intern buddy”...
Colton is a software developer here at Arcurve and is into music production, entrepreneurship and playing the guitar.
For the past two months, I’ve been working on upgrading the current MudBlazor and Radzen elements of our Blazor web application to Telerik ones...
Going into my internship, I knew that I would acquire tons of new technical knowledge. Here are a few examples of how working at Arcurve has helped me grow!
I am having a blast working in Power BI to design colorful and versatile dashboards with Haris.
For our CSR project, the “Let’s Par-Tee” team held an Arcurve friends and family event at Monster Mini Golf!
In my last post on the student feed, I mentioned that I was pursuing a cloud certification. Specifically, a certification in Microsoft Azure Fundamentals. I
At the beginning of my summer internship with Arcurve I was introduced to a lot of new things.
Going into my Arcurve internship, I didn’t really know anything about Calgary. I had never been to Calgary, or anywhere on the Western side of Canada.
Jessica is Arcurve's HR Generalist and loves to play sports, read, and surf!
“Philosophy is a chain which inextricably binds humanity’s endless quest for knowledge with society’s naïve insistence for an ideal world.” – Haristotle (me)
The interns have been spending some lunches in the social room honing our ping pong and pool skills, with some occasional beer sampling mixed in.
I was very excited to dive into my internship at Arcurve, but I was also very nervous to start this new chapter in my life.
Being an Arcurvian not only involves delivering high-quality solutions for clients but also giving back to the community.
Over the past month and a half, I have been using MudBlazor to help with front-end development on my project.
I’ve been working on a data-oriented project which mainly uses Python and the pandas library.
As Business Analysts, we deal with a lot of context-switching. We move between tasks, attend half a dozen meetings...
I was able to get brunch with my mentor Love! Being the two Arcurvians from Toronto, it was nice to finally meet in person, chat, and enjoy some waffles.
Chadwick is a Business Analyst here at Arcurve and is a passionate sports enthusiast who plays volleyball, pickleball and golf.
This summer, I have had the privilege to work remotely from my home in Vancouver. However, I did not anticipate exactly how remote I would be.
Recently, I began training for the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Certification (AZ-900).
This month I began studying for my Certified Associate in Project Management exam from the Project Management Institute.
A couple of weeks ago, the interns presented our CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) projects at the monthly Lunch and Learn event.
Here is a sneak peek of the Arcurvia website mockup being made in a program new to me- Figma.
Finding an internship in the tech industry is not easy. As a student, it is hard to know what tech companies are looking for from their applicants.
Over the past few weeks, I have been learning a great deal of new skills as a Business Analyst / Project Manager Arcurve intern.
We’re elated to look back and say we’ve significantly improved as software developers through this entire experience.
At the heart of digital is the intersection of software and data enabled by modern platforms, underpinning so much of the transformation we see around us.
A physical computer can make virtual machines (VMs), which are environments that function as their own computers.
This month, Nurgul and I played our first game of softball with the Arcurve Softball Team! It is so fun to see and meet employees in a different setting.
We spent a great lunch with the social committee coming up with our dream versions of the Arcurve BBQ. It was uncanny how many people had Jay's 'Arcurve Elixer'
Last summer, I worked two months at Arcurve as a standard full-time intern.
As a relatively new developer, I was naïve in thinking Git was the only version control system (VCS) out there.
It’s not easy to make a career transition, regardless of your age or experience. In my case, it has been a long-winding path to wind up here, but I am happy.
Flexbox (flexible box) provides a more efficient way to layout, align, and distribute space among items in a container...
I recently started on a React project and I was pleasantly surprised by how helpful and intuitive it is to use the React Developer Tools for Chrome.
Over the past year, I’ve been learning lots as an Arcurve intern. With the next cohort of interns getting ready to start in May, I wanted to welcome them aboard
Here are some things I learned about making software development estimates on my latest project.
Programming is difficult. It's a unique career that has you staring at your computer, alone, for somewhere between eight to infinity hours a day.
Having worked at Arcurve as a software developer intern for almost a year, I can definitively say that I love my line of work.
When we were approached by a group of MBA students from the Ivey Business School at Western University we jumped on board to help with their Field Project.
Did you know? According to Wikipedia, the world’s first hackathon was held in Calgary on June 4th, 1999.
Now, as the cost of using the cloud decreases, we see many organizations focusing on moving their OT data into the cloud.
One of the reasons Angular became such a popular framework is because you can create components that can be reused throughout the app.
What better way to volunteer at the Calgary Food Bank (CFB) for YYC Tech Gives than wearing a justice league Christmas sweater, 2 pairs of socks....
You may think that I’m describing something like a hockey or volleyball team. In fact, I’m describing my experience as a member of NEO Robotics ....
Operational technologies (OTs) are the technology systems that help your physical assets – your physical processes, devices or infrastructure – run.
Having been at Arcurve now for six months, I am admittedly still trying to figure out what exactly quality code is....
Together the Ivey MBA students helped Arcurve with strategic matters in the artificial intelligence and machine learning industry and learned lots along the way
Once again, the data structures and algorithms class I took in school nearly two years ago is proving its worth in real-life industry.
Alongside our project work, Tyler, Nick and I have been working towards getting our Azure Fundamentals Certification.
I had a blast participating in the Pumpkin Carving Contest kickoff event! In just 20 minutes, we declared victory with our magnificent Super Jay pumpkin!
Arcurve is not just a company, it’s a family-oriented, inclusive community where you feel supported and have fun while delivering world-class software products.
Like many things, the CSR project is more than meets the eye. Sure, it’s not what you typically encounter when it comes to software development...
Recently, I had to write a lot of custom regular expressions to parse some data. Thankfully, I had RegExr to make the process as easy as possible.
What unites Arcurve and Microsoft is they both have a strong sense of culture and identity...
Last month, Arcurve was proud to sponsor Katy Rutherford to play in the ATB Financial Classic at the Country Hills Golf course here in Calgary.
An exceptionally designed user experience (UX) is more than just aesthetics and can drive a lot more than just oohs and aahs.
MVC stands for Model View Controller and is another design pattern that I got to see in action on my internship.
Many people shudder at the thought of attending in-person professional networking events (pre-pandemic, of course!). The awkward conversations, the inability to
Back in my freshman year at the University of Calgary, I was looking for opportunities to improve my programming skills.
“I don’t belong here” “I feel like a phony” These are common phrases that you may tell yourself in a room full of professionals.
In a few weeks, I’ll be going back to school as a regular Grade 12 student… with two months of work experience, learning, and connections made
Technology is constantly changing and evolving, every second of every day. With all this change, it can be difficult to keep up.
Since Arcurve started 15 years ago, the founders have made many memories: some better than others. So, I thought it would be a good idea to interview them
To mark the end of summer internships, all the interns and the Arcurve leadership team spent the afternoon saying goodbyes at Pinbar!
Meet Stephanie Duke! Stephanie has been a Business Analyst at Arcurve for nearly two years.
Being a new engineering graduate from the University of Calgary equipped with my shiny new iron ring, I faced the daunting prospect of finding a job to kick off
DBeaver is a SQL client app and a database administration tool. It can be used to access any database or cloud application that has an ODBC or JDBC driver...