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auticon joins forces with Meticulon

auticon, the award-winning, leading global technology employer for autistic professionals, has just entered into the Canadian market in Montréal and now announced to join forces with Meticulon in Calgary, Canada’s first technology company focused on employing people with autism.

auticon’s Rebecca Beam Named Visionary Employer at the Milestones National Autism Conference

auticon’s Rebecca Beam Named Visionary Employer at the Milestones National Autism Conference Press Release LOS ANGELES, JULY 8, 2019 auticon, a social enterprise that employs adults with autism in roles as quality assurance analysts and IT consultants working on software [...]

Hello Woodland Hills

Hello Woodland Hills auticon opens its 3rd Southern California location in Woodland Hills If you’re familiar with getting around in Southern California, particularly the freeways that zigzag from the San Fernando Valley to the beaches of Santa Monica, then you [...]

Solving Riddles on World Autism Day

Solving Riddles on World Autism Day auticon and game designer CityHUNT team up for World Autism Awareness Day Riddle: Who can travel around the world while staying in a corner? A postage stamp, of course. This was one of many [...]

Automation – The Journey to Create a Test Case

Automation – The Journey to Create a Test Case A Quest to Learn Software Testing’s Great Potential, by Will Collett Few have not heard of the concept of automation, and many have formed some kind of opinion on the matter. [...]

MindSpark Anniversary and auticon Acquisition Celebration

On June 26th, 2018, MindSpark celebrated its 5th anniversary at its new office in Culver City. As part of the festivities, the employees located in Santa Monica and Culver City came together with their families to socialize. Also in attendance were Kurt Schöffer, the CEO of auticon, and Dr. Gerrit Seidel, managing director of yabeo Management, as well as past and future clients and employees of MindSpark. Amidst cake and refreshments in the balmy Culver City afternoon,