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Chloe Pearson

Technology Marketing Assistant

Chloe Pearson Technology Recruitment Marketing

Sector: Technology

Specialises in: Copywriting, Social Media, Email Marketing, Blogging, Online Marketing,

Interesting fact: I have an non-identical twin sister

Recruiter Biography:

Since achieving my degree in English Literature and Media Communications, I have gained skills across, social media, marketing, public relations, copywriting and a wealth of experience across sectors in health, fashion and corporate. In my latest position I was a PR and Marketing Executive in a creative agency working for a vast range of clients, gaining press coverage and managing social media campaigns.

I work alongside Eligo Technology recruitment team to implement Marketing Strategy to expand the sectors reach and enhance engagement. Eligo Technology specialise in placing candidates in various technical sectors, from Open Source, Testing and Data Science to Infrastructure, Front-End and Back-End Development.

Articles by Chloe Pearson
Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 18/9/17 | Category: Technology
4 ways to nurture and grow your tech team.

    In this highly competitive start-up industry, the most important aspect of a successful business is its technical team.  Technical teams are unique, and different strengths, personalities and backgrounds can lead to a fusion of ideas that can bring successful results, giving your business the edge over others. In order for your technical team to be the best, you need to hire and keep the best talent, reward and share in their successes and fully invest in your team.           4 ways to nurture and grow your tech team   Happy Staff = High Retention You know for a fact that happy staff are more likely to stay longer, and you...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 23/8/17 | Category: Technology
what are devs learning this year blog

There are a number of reasons a developer may choose to learn a new tool, technology stack or programming language, be it pure curiosity, wanting to add to their skillset or an interest in popular languages and tools they have read about online. Packt’s latest SkillUp 2017 Survey, which is based on 4,731 respondents from 43 countries, has revealed the top tools and languages developers are currently using, and more importantly the new tools and technologies they want to learn this year. In it, it’s been revealed that a developer’s number one reason for learning a new tool, technology or language is because of a particular problem that needs fixing which they don’t know how...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 21/8/17 | Category: Technology

    Eligo was proud to attend and sponsor The Perl Conference in Amsterdam, formerly known as YAPC::EU last week. The Perl conferences started as user meetings and discussions among Perl enthusiasts and has now grown to a yearly meeting of Perl Mongers within and across Europe. Following last weeks event, we spoke to co-organiser of The Perl Conference in Amsterdam Wendy van Dijk to get a first-hand insight and reflection from the event, we discussed her favourite moments at the Perl conference, favourite talks and what's next in the calendar for the Perl community and events.       How was the TPCiA? How did it feel to have it in Amsterdam...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 18/8/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 18-08-17

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 18/08/2017 London jobs boom keeps on going with further unemployment falls in sight, Puppet releases Puppet Development Kit, stats show very few girls took computing A-Level and there's a new robot that won't necessarily steal your job.            London jobs boom just keeps on going with further unemployment falls in sight London is creating jobs at the fastest rate in over a year, with the UK’s employment boom showing no sign of slowing down. An index tracking employment levels in the capital rose to 53.1 last month, up from 52.8 in June, according...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 4/8/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 04-08-2017

      Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 04/08/2017 Downing Street says free movement of EU citizens will end March 2019, Amber Rudd issues rallying call to tech firms to tackle extremism, Domino’s turns to Amazon Echo to let customers order pizza using only their voice and CodePush comes to Microsoft’s Visual Studio Mobile Center.         Free movement of EU citizens will end March 2019 According to a spokesperson for Downing Street, free movement of EU citizens to Britain will end in March 2019. This could pose a significant threat to the UK technology industry, which has typically...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 30/6/17 | Category: Technology
London Perl Mongers July Tech Meet-Up – with keynote speaker Brian D Foy

  Since its inception in 1998, the London Perl Mongers hold regular social, technical meetings and hackdays about the Perl programming language and related topics. The technical meetings are a chance to find out what has been going on in the Perl community, what techniques people are using and how Perl integrates with other software. Last night saw the 2nd Perl Mongers tech meet-up of the year, hosted by CV-Library at their offices in Vauxhall. Perl enthusiasts old and new came together for a night of all things Perl which included talks from Colin Newell  ‘Recommending Crypto 1’, Lance Wicks on Mob programming the CPAN Pull Request Challenge, Jérôme Étévé ...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 9/6/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly tech news general election edition

  As the UK wakes up to a cloud of uncertainty following the general election result of a hung parliament (correctly predicted by the exit polls), this week’s news round-up is a little different. In this week ending 09/06/2017 we focus on what possible tech policies could be introduced, how the tech community have reacted to the general election and what they believe the next government should take on board, (whichever way negotiations go) as well as the way in which social media may have swayed voters and how it may have made an impact on getting more young people to vote.         General Election 2017: UK Tech Sector Reacts The past 12...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 30/5/17 | Category: Technology
Do you agree with the political parties plans for UK tech?

There has been much to be debated upon in the tech community recently; from the triggering of article 50 and the concerns around the state of tech once we officially depart the EU, to the strength of UK’s cyber security following the worldwide ransomware cyber-attack. Now with a snap general election just around the corner, what are the main political parties plans for UK tech and how do their tech policies compare for the general election? Computer Weekly and the Memo expansively covered where the top parties stand on the main digital issues; which we have read through extensively and put together a short, comprehensive guide on the political parties plans for UK tech. Looking at...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 26/5/17 | Category: Technology
manifesto for tech

  Do you have any strong views on what technology issues you believe should be covered in each party’s policy on tech? Or are you possibly wondering what the technology community want the government to include in the policies for tech in their election manifesto? Well wonder no more… With the announcement of a snap general election on the cards, the technology community have responded on how the next government’s focus on tech needs to take it a step further in making a top notch digital economy that works for all. Last Wednesday Tech UK released their manifesto which sets out a “bold and ambitious vision” for the next Government in power. This vision includes...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 19/5/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 19-05-2017

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 19/05/2017 WannaCry ransomware attack and protecting business data, Stack Overflow launches new app for developers, HSBC voice recognition security system is fooled, and Google wants to help you get a job. (disclaimer - not a job at Google!)            WannaCry ransomware attack: what can you do to protect your business? Last week WannaCry cyber-attack infected more than 200,000 computers in 150,000 countries; ranging from Russian government systems, UK NHS organisations and private...

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