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Thomas Waddle

Senior Recruitment Resourcer

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Sector: Technology

Specialises in: Technology and Open Source Recruitment

Interesting fact: Once upon a time, I played the Tin Man in a stage adaptation of The Wizard of Oz- replete with my own solo number!

Recruiter Biography:

Having completed a degree in Drama, I feel that I am perfectly poised to soak up all the knowledge available to me in order to help me become the best Open Source technology recruiter I could possibly be. I am interested in almost every aspect of Open Source technology and love engaging with people who are committed and enthusiastic about the things they love. Using this passion and knowledge of the Open Source market, I resource and help to recruit for a wide range of roles across Open Source from Perl, Java, and PHP to QA, Testing, Python and Ruby.

When not at my desk, I spend time writing scripts for plays and occasionally performing a bit of stand-up, when the mood takes me.

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London / £40,000 - £100,000 per annum

Are you a skilled Django developer with an interest in bitcoin, cryptocurrency or blockchain? Then this is the role for you! A company that hosts one of the largest trading platforms for bitcoin is looking for a Django developer to working on its APIs and internal systems. So, to be considered for this Django role you will; Have deep...

South East / £40,000 - £55,000 per annum

Senior .Net Developer/Engineer Are you a Senior .Net Developer who is looking for a change? Are you a Mid-Level .Net Developer looking for progression and have experience working with C#, ASP.Net MVC and SQL? This company uses financial application to drive their customers business growth and productivity. Your Salary/Package as a Senior .Net...

London / £325 - £450 per day

Urgent Microsoft Ad-In Developer need for an immediate start 3 Month Contract Role is paying £350 - £425 What you will be doing Running workshops to generate the technical requirements from the functional requirement documentation Create development and test plan for the add-in Develop the add inn using Skills Designed and...

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Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 29/11/17 | Category: Technology
London Perl Workshop 2017

This Saturday I attended my first ever Perl community conference and my first tech event with Eligo! The London Perl Workshop, held at the University of Westminster, is in its 11th year and this year I was lucky enough to go along with Rick and represent the Eligo technology team as sponsors of the event. For me, one of the best things about the weekend was being able to finally get involved in the Perl community. Although there are a number of Perl developers whom I have spoken with and worked alongside in the past, I had not been able to actually attend a Perl conference. This left me feeling like I was missing out on a major part of what makes Perl such a great language –...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 3/11/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 03-11-17

        In the technology news roundup this week Saudi Arabia announces it's first robot citizen, 10 programming languages developers hate most are revealed, Google announces new machine learning capabilities for Firebase and LinkedIn and Capgemini report reveals the digital skills gap is widening.          'Sophia' becomes the first robot citizen Ahead of the future investment initiative, Saudi Arabia bestowed citizenship on a humanoid named Sophia. At the event, Sophia addressed the room declaring "I am very honoured and proud of this unique distinction" and "This is historical to be the first robot in the world to be...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 1/9/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 01-09-17

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 01/08/2017 Stack Overflow survey reveals best-paying languages for developers, retail jobs are at risk from robots, a selfie app spots early signs of cancer and Uber selects its new CEO.             Stack Overflow survey finds Go and Scala best-paying languages for Developers According to Stack Overflow’s 2017 developer survey, the growth in popularity and Go and Scala has made them the highest-paying programming languages in the US. The growth of these languages, which can both net an average yearly salary of $110,000, can be attributed to...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 7/7/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 07-07-17

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 07/07/2017 Google's DeepMind broke privacy law wth NHS partnership, UK had record VC investment in the first half 2017, EU law changes will allow more control over Facebook and Google data and Oracle open sources new tools focused containers.           UK shrugged off Brexit with record VC investment in the first half of 2017 The UK’s tech sector has shrugged off the fallout from Brexit, scoring a record level of investment in the first half of the year, as figures from London...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 26/5/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 26-05-17

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 26/06/2017; while the UK Government plans to ban encryption, a think tank warns Encryption Backdoors could heighten the risk of cyber-attacks. Apple's chief design officer says that immigration is vital for UK firms Bitcoins are now almost worth $73 million and UK tech start-ups predict difficult times ahead following EU tech funding freeze.          UK Gov reportedly planning to ban encryption following Manchester attack According to reports, UK government ministers are looking to enforce...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 17/3/17 | 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 17/03/2017 a report finds more women are needed in Cyber Security, a new community for developers is launched, Go programming is attracting more attention and a report finds UK tech workers to be quite unhappy.             UK needs more women in Cyber Security A study by the Center for Cyber Safety and Education has shown that the UK infosec industry has one of the lowest proportions of women and the highest gender pay gaps in the world. With the proportion of women in cyber security...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 3/2/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 03-02-2017

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 03/02/2017 US tech giants oppose Trump's travel ban, Developers can now upload their Android Apps to the Play Store, MP's question UK's cyber-attack defences and Metasploit security kit now hacks IoT devices.           Apple, Facebook, Google and Uber coordinate to oppose Trump travel ban Four of America’s tech giants and other corporations have begun coordinating their resistance to the travel ban imposed by president Trump and have drafted a joined letter outlining pro-immigration...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 6/1/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 06-01-2017

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. As we come to the end of the first week of the new year we catch up on tech news out there. This week ending 06/01/2017 Londoners turn to chatbots for healthcare, an AI system replaces employees in Japan, Python open sources Grumpy and Samsung invests in startups.         Londoners to have access to AI chatbot instead of calling NHS 111 It has been announced this week that some areas of the capital will be able to use a chatbot for health advice from the NHS, in the form of a new smartphone app powered by AI....

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 25/11/16 | Category: Technology
clocking in

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 24/11/2016 more US based tech giants expand to create UK jobs, how AI can help to accelerate cancer research and Bletchly Park becomes the school for next generation cyber talent.             American tech giants to create hundreds of UK jobs Apple announced back in September that it would be bringing together its eight sites across the UK (with over 1,400 employees) to one new office in the newly developed Battersea Power Station. Google also confirmed their plans to build a new headquarters...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 14/10/16 | Category: Technology
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        Eligo Technology news round up, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry - week ending 14/10/2016             The falling price of sterling and its impact on UK tech Last Friday the price of sterling dropped 6% against the US dollar in less than 2 minutes, this is the lowest point it has dropped to since May 1985 at $1.1841. Roger Planes of Silicon Rhino, a technology firm that helps companies fulfil their software development need states “the price drop is hitting homegrown startups in the pocket” and “the UK may lose its crown as the number-one tech hub in Europe. Read...

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