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Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 29/12/16 | Category: Technology
tech predictions 2017

Making yearly predictions is a risky game, especially with the unpredictable year we’ve had… but as we near the end of 2016 now’s the time we take out our crystal ball to see what tech predictions for 2017 are. As the outlook for 2017 may be subject to many changes in a world that is… unpredictable we try to pin down some tech predictions surrounding Open Source, Sitecore, Big Data and the Internet of Things, with insights from our very own specialist consultants and experts we work with.   DevOps & Linux In 2017 the next chapter of DevOps is predicted to focus on security, with the process of building security code becoming part of application development, rather...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 26/12/16 | Category: Technology
year round up 2016- christmas

On the 1st day of Christmas I give to thee 12 news articles from the technology industry... As we fully embrace the Christmas spirit and edge closer towards the end of 2016, we’ve compiled our 12 top tech news articles from across the year from Brexit and AI to cyber security, the end of Vine and exploding phones. Japan’s Softbank acquires UK’s Arm Holdings This acquisition of the UK's firm came as welcomed news for the Tech industry after the shock result of July’s Brexit decision and shows that Britain hasn’t lost its appeal from international investors, despite the decision to leave the EU. Tattoos that turn your skin into an interface MIT media Lab...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 22/12/16 | Category: Technology
year in tech 2016

From Brexit and Trump to celebrity deaths, 2016 has been labelled as the 21st century's own; ‘Annus Horribilis’. It's also been a big year in tech, with exploding phones, high profile cyber-attacks to fake Facebook news to name a few. But has it really been all bad? Tech innovations 2016 hasn’t been all doom and gloom for the year in tech, there have also been some great innovations achieved this year in relation to health and the human body. Technology has always had a part to play in improving human health and it will continue to do so as there are more advancements being made. In sci-fi movies of the past, predictions for 2016 have always seemed way out of humans reach but...

Author: Rick Deller | Date: 20/12/16 | Category: Technology
cv-library case study

As the UK’s leading independent job site attracting over 3 million unique job seekers every month, CV-Library has a stellar development team that aids them in their continuing expansion. Eligo is proud to have worked with CV-Library for over 5 years now, providing them with Open Source Talent to build their team and develop a close relationship in the process. Because of CV-Library’s continual growth, recruiting top talent for their team is an ongoing process and in order to secure open source candidates, we utilise our continual talent pipeline and extensive developer network. CV-Library recently had the need of a Mid-Level Perl Developer to add to their growing team and Eligo...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 13/12/16 | Category: Technology
developer jokes blog

What do you get if you cross Santa with a duck?
 - A Christmas Quacker! Now the Christmas season is upon us we wanted to spread some further festive cheer and share our top 10 developer jokes that would beat any Christmas cracker joke at their own game.    OO 1. Q: What’s the object-oriented way to become wealthy? A: Inheritance   SQL 2.  A SQL query code goes into a bar, walks up to two tables and asks, “Can I join you?   Reasons to quit 3.  Q: Why did the programmer quit his job? A: Because he didn’t get arrays   Should've gone to Specsavers 4.  Q: Why do Java programmers have to wear glasses? A : Because they don’t C#   You had...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 9/12/16 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 09-10-16

      Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 09/12/2016 Amazon announces its new shopping service, a study warns Brexit could weaken UK's position as a leading tech hub, Microsoft expands its enterprise services and Eligo attends LPW.       Check out free shopping with Amazon go Amazon has introduced their new shopping service where users can simply walk in and take food with no lines and no checkouts. (and it’s not classed as stealing!) Their aim is to push the boundaries of computer vision and machine learning by creating ‘Just Walk...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 6/12/16 | Category: Technology
LPW

The annual London Perl Workshop took place this Saturday, with the Perl community descending on Westminster University for a host of great talks from well-known speakers in the community. Having recently joined Eligo as the Technology Marketing Assistant, this was my first experience of the LPW and my first time attending a Perl event, and I was particularly excited to meet the Perl community to grow my knowledge of the market. This year the conference theme was aptly chosen as ‘changes’, with 2016 being a big year for changes not only with the Brexit result in July and the recent US election but also changes from behind the scenes in the world of Perl including a handover of the...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 2/12/16 | Category: Technology
weekly-tech-news-02-12-16

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 02/12/2016 the Mayor of London announces £7m tech fund for young Londoners,the Queen approves The Investigatory Bowers Bill and a malware cyber-attack targets Talk Talk and The Post Office internet.         Mayor of London announces £7m fund to help access to tech jobs London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan has unveiled a £7m programme that will enable young Londoners with the skills they need to access jobs in the capital’s thriving digital, technology and creative industries. By establishing this...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 1/12/16 | Category: Technology
lpw-blog-mark-keating

On Saturday the 3rd of December, Eligo Technology will be exhibiting at The London Perl Workshop, the UK's number one Perl conference dedicated to all things Perl. ‘Changes' is the chosen theme for this year's conference, not only addressing 2016 as the year Perl6 is starting to make changes, but also changes behind the scenes at LPW. Mark Keating has been the solo chief organiser for the conference for 10 years and this year he has decided to step down from his role. In honour of his 10th year at the helm of the London Perl Workshop, we spoke to Mark to get his insight of the conference over the years and what's in store for Saturday.   What have you enjoyed most about...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 1/12/16 | Category: Technology
Eligo team christmas

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s only right that Eligo technology recruiters engaged in a festive tradition of a Christmas team night out. At Eligo Technology we like to foster a team atmosphere and what better way to celebrate coming to the end of a successful quarter than with food, drinks, live music and good company. We started off the festivities with regular Friday drinks at the local pub with other Eligoid recruiters to welcome in the weekend, before setting off on our journey into central London. Donning our dancing shoes and ready with signature dance moves we headed to the Roadhouse in Covent Garden. Running slightly late to our dinner booking as we decided to...

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