Specialises in: Recruitment for Python Development roles across web and application development with skills in Django, Flask, Pandas and Numpay.
Interesting fact: I’m a big fan of crisps, I once ate 8 bags in 10 minutes.
I have gained some valuable experience during my time as a generalist IT recruitment consultant and have since developed a passion for the niche area of Python. I’m passionate about Python because it can be used with such a wide variety of companies and the work they can achieve is amazing which is why I was so excited to join Eligo. Eligo Technology encourage all Consultants to be specialists, focusing on the technology they are passionate about, encouraging you to be part of the open source and technical community and not just a supplier to it. So becoming a Python Recruitment Consultant for Eligo was a no-brainer for me!
I have an extremely strong network of Python candidates and clients in London and South-East UK (75% of my business is done here!) and I am increasingly expanding and successfully placing Python candidates from Junior to Senior level across the whole of the UK, with skills in Django, Flask, Pandas, Numpay across web and application development.
This week in our technology news roundup we take a look at the cool wearable tech at this year's Winter Olympics in South Korea, the UK gov launches new Tech Talent Charter to address diversity, Google introduces Android KTX and MP's address fake news with US tech giants.
We'd love to take our news round-up to the next level this year and provide something for the whole of the technology industry, as well as throwing some of our own insight and expert advice. Do let us know your comments on the news round-ups and anything you'd like to read in the coming weeks.
Wearable tech at the Winter Olympics
With the winter Olympics starting...
In the latest technology news roundup Bitcoin hits a record high and broke through $16,000, EU issues a warning over extremist content, a report finds citizen developers build apps faster than IT and Uber's licence is suspended in Sheffield.
It’s snow joke, Bitcoin broke through to $16,000 on Thursday
Bitcoin flew past the $16,000 on Thursday afternoon, rising to over more than $2,000 in nine hours and passing $12,000 for the first time. This surge in price has led some analyst to label it a bubble, though there are questions around just when it might pop. The cryptocurrency is famed for its volatility: yesterday,...