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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 from data science, AI and engineering, to IoT and data analytics. 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 big data 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 in data give me a shout!

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Author: John Stephenson | Date: 25/5/18 | Category: Technology

  In this week's tech news, Apple's new privacy policy lets you download everything it knows about you, Samsung is set to create 150 jobs with its new AI hub in Cambridge, London Hospitals to use AI to address poor waiting times, new report on digital transformation reveals the rise of the application developer and Uber picks Paris for new EU tech hub focusing on flying taxis.  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...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 27/4/18 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 27-04-18

  This week in tech news the Govt announces fresh funding for AI, a new report finds AI talent demand to greatly outstrip supply, Zuckerberg faces a formal summons from UK MP's, Google releases PostgreSQL support for Cloud SQL and Snap is set to change its SnapMap ahead of GDPR.   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.       UK Govt announces £300m funding to make UK global leader in...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 23/2/18 | Category: Technology

  This week in our technology news roundup UK MP's launch review into cryptocurrencies, AI Centre of Excellence for app development launched, NHS calls for developers to submit health apps to its library, Snap's market value plummets from one tweet and RBS hires a ‘digital human’ to help customers.   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.       UK MPs launch review into cryptocurrencies...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 22/1/18 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 19-01-18

This week in our Technology industry news round-up we cover Google's new patent agreement with China, the UK and France collaborate on Artificial Intelligence, GhostTeam Android Malware is after your Facebook account and Bitcoin falls over 50%, compared to its peak before Christmas.   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.       Google announces new licensing agreement with Chinese tech...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 10/11/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 10-11-17

        In the technology news roundup this week testing for iOS proves to be more of a challenge for developers, a self-driving shuttle crashes on its first day on the road, research shows how technology will transform software development in 2018 and UK bulk spying is challenged in EU court of human rights.          Testing for iOS 11 is more of a challenge for developers As customers get their hands on the latest and greatest tech, developers face ongoing pressure to keep their solutions up to date with constantly evolving form factors and devices. Earlier this month, Apple released the latest version of its iPhone,...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 15/9/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 15-09-17

    Stay tech-savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 15/09/2017 Britain's fastest-growing tech firms are named in Tech Track 100 list, The new Data Protection Bill is released, Google is accused of gender pay discrimination in the US and a report reveals civil servant's digital skills are still lacking.            Britain’s fastest-growing tech firms named in Tech Track 100 list The Sunday Times has published its 17th annual Hiscox Tech Track 100, that ranks Britain’s fastest-growing private tech, media and telecoms companies in 2017. The majority of the companies on the list are headquartered in...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 11/8/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 11-08-17

      Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 11/08/2017 Artifical Intelligence is set to make its mark in the software testing world, a Google employee anti-diversity memo causes a row, Microsoft announces the release of .NET standard 2.0. and a new Talk Talk fine takes total for poor data protection to £500,000.           How artificial intelligence will make its mark in the software testing world Artificial intelligence is not only transforming the way we live; it is transforming how we work – especially in the software development world. AI is being executed within development teams...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 16/6/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 16-06-17

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 16/06/2017 Google opens a new tech hub, Uber CEO steps down, Python programming language grows in popularity and Ford launches a 'smart mobility' office.               Google opens new UK tech hub for digital skills Google is opening a huge new space in London designed to give the nation training in vital digital skills. The Academy will offer lessons to anyone, from schoolchildren to chief execs at the 40,000 sq ft space in Victoria with input from Google staff and...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 8/5/17 | Category: Technology
Minimum you need to do before 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...

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