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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: Ellen Ashby | Date: 1/9/17 | Category: Fire and Security

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover a growth of Perimeter Security & African fire markets, analysis & trends in Global Smart Cities and more...           Perimeter Security Market is on the rise According to the latest research, the perimeter security market is expected to hit $196.60 billion by 2022 from $110.64 billion in 2017 at a CAGR of 12.2% during the forecast period. The market's growth is driven by the increasing concern for protecting business assets, employees & customers, the increasing technological developments in video surveillance, the increasing usage of...

Author: Sam Quarcoopome | Date: 25/8/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 25-08-17

      Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 25/08/2017, popular robots are dangerously easy to hack, Oracle opens up Java EE, Machine Learning will transform the data science role, and Android has released its latest mobile operating system Android Oreo.          Popular robots are dangerously easy to hack According to Cyber Security firm IOActive Inc, some of the most popular industrial and consumer robots are dangerously easy to hack and could be turned into bugging devices or weapons. These vulnerabilities could allow the robots to be turned into surveillance devices, surreptitiously spying...

Author: Basil English | Date: 25/8/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Eligo Security recruitment consultantancy : Weekly News Roundup

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover acquisitions, deep learning, and more...       Fine Tec acquired by Exclusive Group Value-added services and technologies company Exclusive Group have acquired leading Silicon Valled cyber security VAD, Fine Tec, paving the way for US market entry and advancing its global distribution partner offering. Read more here. (Security World Market, 24/08/2017) PSIMS in the age of acquisition Common event in today's markets, mergers and acquisitions are becoming more and more prevalent in the F&S industry (see above article). As some of the largest names...

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: Karolina Samsel | Date: 18/8/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security engineer jobs

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover lack of interest in intruder alarm sensors in commercial sector, acquisition offer for VIVOTEK and more...       Intruder alarm sensors - not for commercial sector? Latest research by IHS Markit reveals that 68 million intruder alarm sensors were sold globally in 2016; of which, 41% were wireless. However, just 4% of those wireless sensors were destined for the large commercial sector. Residential and small-medium business sectors jointly accounted for the remaining 96% of the wireless sensor market. Although the use of wireless sensors remains limited in the...

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: Ellen Ashby | Date: 17/8/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Specialist Recruitment Agency help - Fire & Security

Imagine you’ve got a steaming, fly-ridden bin-bag, full to the brim. It stinks. It’s a massive hassle. You've tried to rid of it yourself, but it’s proven a nightmare. The Local County Council have done what they absolutely do best and have been no help whatsoever. Sharon from Complaints has definitely made it worse. The bag breaks and leaks every time you pick it up and you have neither the time nor the patience! There is, of course, the underlying fact that you just don’t really want to bloody do it. Whether you like it or not, you’ve got a problem that you need solving - time to call for help? A-ha! Phone a specialist. “I have this bag of rubbish, it absolutely...

Author: Karolina Samsel | Date: 11/8/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security engineer jobs

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover a growth of Access Control market, trends in Mass Notification Software market, a first ever specification for video fire detection and more...       Access Control market's growth MarketsandMarkets™ has recently published a report predicting the Access Control Market to be worth $10.03 Billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 6.48% between 2017 and 2023. The market for card-based readers is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The overall access control market is driven by factors such as technological advancements and deployment of...

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