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Negotiating a Better Developer Salary

Nov 21, 2018 / 0 Comments

  Bigger salaries, who wouldn’t want one? But before you go asking employers for more money, you need to consider a few key points. We’ve put together 5  factors you need to address before negotiating with your current or future employer over raises or salaries.   Know The Job Landscape What you earn is reflected […]

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5 Great Java Job Opportunities

Nov 5, 2018 / 0 Comments

Role: Senior Java DeveloperSalary: Senior – £400-450/Day Contract: 6 months  Location: Berkshire   Key Skills: Java, Spring, Spring Boot, AWS, AngularJS, MySQL, PostgreSQL, NoSQL, RESTful APIs Description: This opportunity to join a growing Consultancy company working with some of the largest companies in the UK. You’ll be building and extending Continuous Integration (CI) pipelines and toolchains and […]

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Startups and 5 Perks of Working For One

Oct 16, 2018 / 0 Comments

Whether you’re a programmer or developer, London’s growing tech industry offers a myriad of unique employment opportunities. Looking for your next role, you may want to consider working for a startup. Before you choose your next job you will surely weigh the pros and cons. However, if you are hungry to learn new skills and […]

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11 great Java opportunities

Sep 13, 2018 / 0 Comments

  Role: Senior Java Developer x5          Mid-Level Java Developer x3   Salary: Senior – £55k-£65k Mid-Level – £45k-£55k   Location: Central London   Key Skills: Java, Spring Boot, Elasticsearch, Kafka, MySQL, PostgreSQL and RESTful APIs   Description: The Java Developer will be working for a well-established Real Estate Company within a small team of 10, […]

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Losing your tech job to AI

May 18, 2018 / 0 Comments

We all know that AI, automation, and robotics are going to have a massive impact on the workplace, in general, in the years to come. Stories abound about how many jobs will be lost because of artificial intelligence. Although much of this is expected to hit traditional blue-collar workers, the IT sector will certainly be an […]

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How reliant are we now on technology?

Apr 30, 2018 / 0 Comments

As PR disasters go, TSB’s online banking crisis/chaos (both fit) is up there with the worst of them. However, as the bank counts the cost of its IT meltdown and the damage caused to its brand, the whole debacle has raised another issue: Just how reliant are we now on technology? Are we equipped to […]

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Why we should be training the next generation!

Apr 21, 2018 / 0 Comments

The phrase ‘life-long learning’ is often bandied about these days. This is the case for one very clear reason: never has the need to learn new skills, to re-skill and up-skill on a consistent basis, been more pressing at every stage – not just of our schooling – but of our entire lives. We need […]

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How is GDPR going to affect the recruitment sector?

Apr 5, 2018 / 0 Comments

GDPR creates major challenges for the recruitment sector. For agencies, it will require something of a culture shift. It means people, processes and systems need looking at. Organisations need to consider carefully how personal data is acquired and stored, as well as how it is used. The effect on recruitment agencies can be broken down […]

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How important are qualifications as a developer?

Mar 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

The debate about the importance of qualifications has never been as fervent as it is today. Successive governments continue to tinker with school qualifications. The GCSE and A level system is currently in the midst of its biggest shake-up in a generation. The Tory government – after seemingly trying to push pupils down a narrow, […]

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How effective can remote working really be?

Mar 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

‘If the Luftwaffe had dropped snow on London, they would have won the war.’ This pithy joke, whilst slightly off-key, refers to the fact that London, the beating heart of the national economy, grinds to a shuddering halt in the face of inclement weather. Attribute this to laziness, unfamiliarity, genuine hazard or some other factor […]

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