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Author: Rick Deller | Date: 4/2/16 | Category: Advice
relocation for a new job

Moving to a different city or country can bring out different emotions; exciting and challenging, or scary and stressful, potentially all four. Having to settle down and adapt to the new place, job and people is difficult and a few things should be taken into consideration in order to make the process smoother. We have prepared a quick overview of the most important things you should take a look into before you start with your new challenge, complete with handy links to help you along the way. So you're thinking about moving for a new job? Why do people relocate? The benefits to moving can seem obvious, whilst the hurdles along the way not so. There are often multiple reasons for a job...

Author: Andrew Molloy | Date: 28/1/16 | Category: Technology
data and analytics jobs recruitment

Eligo Technology is excited to introduce a Data and Analytics recruitment team headed by Charlotte Maxted, specialising in recruitment for roles including Data Analysts, Data Scientists, Marketing Analysts, Data Consultants, Business Intelligence, Data Insight, and more. Data and Analytics are not new to Eligo, having previously been well-established within the market. Whilst continuing to provide our expertise to clients and candidates within the market, we have felt it crucial that to launch a specialised team, we have extraordinary talent behind us. With this, we’re pleased to announce Charlotte Maxted joined us in the closing months of 2015 to head up the Data team and bring with...

Author: Ellen Ashby | Date: 22/1/16 | Category: Fire and Security
Security Twenty 16 Midlands - Attend

Security Twenty 16 comes to Nottingham next month, starting off Security Twenty 16’s year of Professional Security conferences across the UK. Eligo Fire & Security are proud to once again be exhibiting, discussing current fire & security industry activity and providing our expert insight into the fire & security recruitment market. This year's conference will bring together top security industry speakers as well as manufacturer updates from companies including Y3K, Canon, Axis, and more. We'll be proudly in place flying the Eligo pink, looking forward to catching up with clients and candidates as well as forging new relationships along the way. If that wasn't enough to...

Author: Dan Baxter | Date: 5/1/16 | Category: Technology
Sitecore Jobs 2016

It’s a new year, and what better time to take a look at what 2016 has in store for the Sitecore job market, and how Sitecore compares to other .Net WCMS platforms in regards to better prospects for its community of developers, and clients. Since its release, Sitecore has continued to go from strength to strength, with utilisation amongst organisations globally increasing year-on-year. This growth has naturally transferred to the Sitecore job market, particularly after the release of the anticipated Sitecore 8. For marketers, this has provided a single view of each individual customer from non-Sitecore sites as well as Sitecore ones, whilst for developers and clients alike it...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 18/12/15 | Category: Eligo News
Christmas at Eligo

It's Christmas! We hope you have a fantastic festive break. Our last day in the office is Wednesday 23rd , if you want to get in touch please do send us an email or leave us a voicemail and we will be back in the office on January 4th. If you need to get in touch with our Medical team they will be contactable both via the usual phone and email addresses. 0208 944 4192 / 0208 944 4180  We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Author: Rick Deller | Date: 14/12/15 | Category: Technology
all you need to know about Perl 6

The annual London Perl Workshop took place on Saturday, gracing us with the theme of a Perl Christmas. The event was dedicated to a special arrival underneath the Christmas tree this year: the arrival of Perl 6! With that in mind, we asked experienced Perl Programmer and regular contributor at events such as YAPC, LPW, the Dutch Perl Workshop, and more, Steve Mynott, some questions on the introduction of Perl 6 and the key points you need to know about its release. How is Perl 6 different from Perl 5? Perl 6 is a different computer language to Perl 5 but a member of the same Perl family of languages sharing the same original author Larry Wall.  They are similar in many ways; both are...

Author: Vicky Bodhani | Date: 11/12/15 | Category: Advice
Survive the office christmas party

The festive season is full of fun but when mixing work and pleasure it can be easy to say and do things that can affect how you are perceived by your colleagues. In the world of recruitment we often have clients that intentionally push for a new employee to start in time for the Christmas party because it can be a great way to get to know the team. We are always very clear with our advice to our candidates, have fun, be yourself but keep it professional. It is never good to be the person everyone is talking about the next day, but when you are on probation it can have even more serious consequences. So to ensure you career survives the Christmas party season we have got 5 top tips...

Author: John Guest | Date: 9/12/15 | Category: Fire and Security
security engineer value

You might have noticed: Security Engineers are in demand. You may have fielded calls from multiple recruiters or you may see other companies paying much more for a role you’re doing for less at yours; ultimately the market is currently driven by engineers like you. Recently I wrote an article for the companies trying to attract the best security engineers in this market, for the companies that believe that those security engineers should be queuing at the door to work at a company such as theirs. I asked them to consider the same as I’m going to ask you now: Do you know your own value as a Security Engineer? Your value as a quality security engineer should not be underestimated,...

Author: Rick Deller | Date: 26/11/15 | Category: Technology
London Perl Mongers at Eligo

Last night, Eligo were proud to host the London Perl Mongers November meet-up at our Wimbledon offices. Unable to find a location for their Perl Monger meet-up, we were more than happy to host, with it proving to be a great night for all! With Perl mongers travelling from all over London including attendees from as far afield as Hackney, it was great to see such a healthy attendance. The meet-up included a wide range of talks, providing both insight and laughs! With a couple of last minute changes to the speaking roster, we were delighted to hear speakers discuss topics ranging from Open Source Security and HTTP Cookies, to Programming Taboos Illustrated, Electronics, and a feature on...

Author: Rick Deller | Date: 10/11/15 | Category: Advice, Technology
employer brand attracting developers company branding

You’re a great company, really, you are. You should be attracting some excellent talent; sure, there’s a shortage of developers, particularly Perl, Ruby, Java etc., but that’s all the more reason why the talent that there is should be working for you. So you’re not quite Google, or Facebook, or [insert one of any other well-known tech brand's here], maybe you are: it’s still possible. Read any advice on attracting talent and, you’ll be told the first step is to look at your employer brand, and it is, as long as you understand that this is more than your logo, a foosball table in the office, or even free fruit on Fridays. Looking at your employer brand requires you to step...

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