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John Stephenson

Lead Big Data Recruitment Consultant

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Sector: Technology

Specialises in: ‘Big Data’ – Data Science & Data Engineering Jobs & Recruitment

Interesting fact: I spent 12 months working on farms in Australia #hardwork!

Recruiter Biography:

I have extensive experience within Big Data recruitment which has led me to develop a passion for everything data. This passion allows me to have a more intellectual conversation and know where you fit within the industry, which in turn enables me to match client and candidate perfectly.

I have an excellent knowledge of the market and I help to hire data scientists, data analysts, data engineers and computer vision engineers, so if you are looking for your next challenge give me a shout!

Articles by John Stephenson
Author: John Stephenson | Date: 8/5/17 | Category: Technology
The Biggest threat to UK businesses since Brexit? – being in breach of GDPR!

  We could be about to ruin your day. How much do you know about GDPR? Touted as the biggest threat to UK businesses since Brexit, not paying attention to what it means and its implementation could mean huge fines for your company. Alas, don’t fret too much, I’m here to take you through everything you need to know. Once you get over the several stages of grief - shock, disbelief, and doubt – you’ll probably realise it’s not so bad. Really. And the next step on the road to recovery is to make sure you’re prepared and ready for it come May 2018.     You might still be wondering, just what is GDPR? Let us explain… GDPR stands for General Data...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 28/4/17 | Category: Technology

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 28/04/2017 Amazon creates 1,200 new jobs, Googe Hire is announced, highlights from the Perl Developer Survey 2017 are released, the Linux Foundation teams with FSFE to release new resources and Data science firm Exonar raises £1.25m.            Amazon creates 1,200 jobs at warehouse equipped with advanced robotics Amazon is set to create 1,200 new permanent jobs as it opens a new warehouse in Warrington where staff will work alongside its robotics technology. The new fulfilment...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 24/3/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 24-03-2017

      Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 24/03/2017 report reveals automation to replace 30pc jobs by 2030, Uber to reveal diversity data, study finds when developers are happiest and at least 26 entrepreneurs lost out on funding since Brexit.       30 percent of jobs at risk of being replaced by automation by 2030 According to a report by PwC, a third of all jobs in the UK are at risk of being lost to machines within the next 15 years. Sectors that are most at risk include transport, manufacturing, wholesale and retail. Head...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 10/2/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 10-01-2017

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 10/02/2017 a report reveals test automation is increasing, Google blurs lines between web and native apps, a study finds businesses confused over who deals with cyber-attacks, top 9 programming languages of 2017 are revealed and Apple are optimistic for post-Brexit UK.          Report finds test automation is increasing A new study by Wipro Limited has revealed that more businesses are moving towards test automation to keep up with their competitors. The State of Quality 2016 study showed that...

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: John Stephenson | Date: 25/11/16 | Category: Technology
data driven employee monitoring

Whilst the concept of Data may still seem relatively new, it is integrated into our everyday lives influencing how we eat, shop, date, exercise, drive, and work. Businesses across the world now utilise the vast amount of “big data” available daily for things such as trend analysis, information planning, customer intelligence and experience to name a few. The importance of Data and Analytics is nothing new; however, it is becoming more and more important to businesses, with significant roles being created amongst the world’s leading companies. To put data in perspective, one study quoted by tech radar estimated that “by 2024, the world's enterprise servers will annually process...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 4/11/16 | Category: Technology

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news round up, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 04/11/2016 the UK tech industry responds to the £1.9bn cybersecruity programme, Blackberry and Ford join forces and Microsoft introduces its workplace chat tool.         UK tech industry responds to government’s cybersecurity programme The UK government recently announced the launch of its £1.9bn National Cybersecurity Programme, with the aim to boost the country’s defence against online threats. There have been different reactions to the new cybersecurity package from the UK tech industry....

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 30/9/16 | Category: Technology

      Eligo Technology news round up, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry- week ending 30/09/2016             Apple to open new HQ at Battersea Power Station The tech giant is set to open a new UK HQ at London’s Battersea Power Station in 2021. This will include moving 1,400 of its employees from eight separate offices in London to the new premises. The Grade II listed building was restored as part of a £9bn development project and Apple will occupy all six floors. Read more here (Tech City News) 28/09/2016   3D Printing and Hair Loss L’Oreal has said that 3D...

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