We believe in being both a recruitment partner and business partner; helping you attract, recruit, and retain the best talent for your company. With a genuine passion for the tech market, Eligo Technology has led the way in connecting the tech community, attending, sponsoring, and speaking at events worldwide.
What does that mean for you? We understand the right fit both culturally and technically for your company and often know exactly the right person for your requirements straight away. We're also the first place the best candidates come to for insight and job opportunities.
With offices in London and Birmingham, we're perfectly positioned to help.
We'd love to speak about partnering on your next tech recruitment project, please don't hesitate to get in touch below.
We don't see ourselves merely as a separate entity or supplier to the Tech industry, we believe we are a part of it; getting out from behind our desks and engaging with the people that make it. We're proud to host, support, and attend various meetups, community groups, and events. Here's some of the ones coming up. Looking forward to seeing you there!
With a genuine passion for the technology market and its community, our consultants go the extra mile recruiting for roles in Open Source, Mobile and Sitecore Development, Testing, Data Science and Analytics, Support and Infrastructure, SAP and ERP. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss how we can help with finding your next technology job or hire.
We have teams dedicated to covering a range of specialist markets including a Birmingham office for Midlands related recruitment and a bi-lingual International team working across Europe.
Eligo consultants really understand the technology space, and are exceptionally attentive to client requirements, constantly refining their approach according to feedback. A standout service.
Eligo's insight into the candidate market is invaluable and the consultants have a real grasp of what we are looking for.
What makes Eligo different is the amount of time they invest in getting to grips with my company's requirements - not only in terms of the technologies but also the cultural requirement.
The Eligo technology team are a breath of fresh air. It's refreshing to work with agents who understand my craft, and who take the time to understand me as a person and what it is I am looking for. If you are working with Open Source technologies and you aren't part of the Eligo family, then you should be.
We worked with Eligo on two challenging hires; we couldn’t have asked for better support. Following a detailed briefing session with us on the role, our culture and needs they immediately understood our talent requirements. We were quickly presented with a strong bench of candidates, helping us employ two exceptional staff members to very specific briefs and in short order.
They are a pleasure to work with and I would certainly recommend them to anyone looking for assistance in finding top talent.
iDirect primarily engaged Eligo to utilise their network of Front End focused technical talent. Whilst performing well in this area, what really impressed me was their dedication to assisting the organisation across the board, including roles a lot of front-end recruiters would consider way out of their remit. Great service and excellent delivery from Eligo recruitment.
Eligo has shown great enthusiasm and efficiency in providing the quality candidates we need. They invest time to fully understand our culture and take a real interest in what we do as a business. With new projects around the corner, we're looking forward to working more closely with Eligo to increase our recruitment drive.
Eligo take the time to understand the environment and the culture of your business which shows in the quality of the candidates they put forward. They have found a number of gems for us and now Eligo are the only recruiter I go to when looking to fill a position in my team.
Eligo are one of those rare agencies in the technical recruitment industry that care and understand about the importance of communities in Open Source and other technical disciplines. They are an advocate of getting people into the right place and are constant supporters of community events.
Recruiters have a pretty bad reputation in the Open Source community. But Eligo consultants are a shining example of what a recruiter should be.
Eligo is an exclusive partner of CV-Library and helps to support us with our technical recruitment, particularly with the harder to fill, senior roles. Rick has really taken the time to get to understand our team and the needs of the business, and as a result, is able to provide us with truly exceptional candidates. We've seen really positive results using Eligo and would definitely recommend it's services to others.
Not only has Eligo helped us to successfully build our Perl team, but they have been a constant support to me in my role. They are always there with advice on our market and support me in what I'm trying to achieve. We've now been to events with Rick which has increased our brand within the market.
Anne Rooke from Eligo has been responsible for bringing a wealth of IT talent to Dr Logic and has for the most part staffed our Company over the last few years! Working with Anne is almost like having an in-house recruitment specialist; she understands us like no other recruiter we’ve worked with and keeps one step ahead so that when we do have a requirement she often has someone earmarked for us already! Anne is professional but so easy to talk to she feels more a friend of the business than a supplier; she even popped across with Eligo beers for the team when we celebrated our 15th birthday earlier this year. It’s great having someone like Anne who understands the sort of talent we seek; she has an uncanny knack of finding the best people for our team, time and time again and I would have no hesitation in recommending her as a first class recruiter.
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It's that time of the month again where we bring you the latest news in the Technology industry and in the 11th issue of our tech news update we cover; Apple card facing a formal investigation over gender discrimination, 5G to cover 65 per cent of the global population by 2025, a Cybersecurity firm falls victim to a cyber attack and much more. New report shows investment in tech scale-ups increased fourfold The Blooming Late report by Tech.eu and Stripe analyses early-stage investment and growth-stage investment in European tech businesses and has revealed that In the first three quarters of 2019 alone, more than 52 deals of €100 million or above have been recorded across Europe. This is more than 2017 and 2018 combined and nearly four times as many as in 2016, and if the current trend continues the report states that we are likely to see around 70 mega funding rounds in 2019 - which would be more late-stage financing deals in a year than in the previous three years combined. Click here to read more about the quadruple increase in tech-scaleup investment (UKTN) 04/11/2019 Apple Card is facing a formal investigation over gender discrimination allegations A viral tweet has prompted a formal investigation into the newly launched Apple Card for alleged gender discrimination in the way it determines credit limits. The Apple Card uses a credit limit algorithm and operates entirely from the iPhone;s Wallet app which came under close scrutiny when a web programmer and author David Heinemeier Hansson shared a series of tweets detailing how he was offered 20 times the credit limit if his wife. After contacting customer service, Apple Card representatives insisted it was the result of an elusive algorithm and insinuated there was an issue with her application. Click here to read more about Apple Card facing gender discrimination allegations (Business Insider) 10/11/2019 Uber loses licence to operate in London due to safety concerns Transport for London (TfL) has declared that Uber will not be granted a new licence to operate in London after repeated safety failures, believing the taxi app to be not 'fit and proper' as licence holder, despite having made a number of positive changes to its operations. After initially losing its licence in 2017, Uber was granted two extensions, which will expire on Monday. The taxi firm is appealing and will be able to operate during that process, but if its appeal is unsuccessful, some think Uber drivers would move over to rival-ride sharing firms such as Bolt and Kapten. Click here to read more about Uber losing its licence to operate in London (BBC Tech) 25/11/2019 Tim Berners-Lee launches new initiative to fix the internet Inventor of the world wide web, Tim Berners-Lee, has officially launched the 'Contract for the web', a set of principles designed to "fix" the internet. This contract includes nine core principles for a better internet, which governments, companies and individuals should adhere to, which includes the responsibilities to provide affordable, reliable internet access, whilst respecting civil discourse and human dignity. The initiative has the backing of over 150 organisations, including tech companies such as Google, Microsoft, Facebook and DuckDuckGo and the launch comes as tech companies such as Facebook and Google have faced mounting pressure around the amount of user data they collect and how they collect it. Click here to read more about Tim Berners-Lee new contract for the web (The Verge) 25/11/2019 5G to cover 65% of the global population by 2025 According to The Ericsson Mobility report, Mobile subscriptions are increasing with the release of 5G and a total of 13 million 5G subscriptions are expected to exist by the end of 2019. The report also found that by 2025, 5G networks will support nearly half of the world's mobile data traffic, with the potential to cover up to 65% of the world's population in 2025. With 5G promising faster mobile data speeds and more reliable mobile networks, 5G will have a large impact on smartphone users, and Internet of Things (IoT) device users, in the coming years, Click here to read more about 5G set to cover 65% of the global population by 2025 (Tech Republic) 25/11/2019 Tensions rise after Google fires four employees Google US has fired four employees in what activists within the company described as an attempt to "crush" workers' attempts to organise. Staff were told by an internal memo that the findings for their termination where related to data security and employee safety. But the individuals who lost their jobs have come forward to say they were being punished for "speaking out". The sackings followed a demonstration at Google's San Francisco office on Friday, attended by over 200 Google employees. Click here to read more about Google firing four of its employees in the US (BBC Technology) 26/11/2019 Cyber-security firm falls victim to data breach A cybersecurity company Trend Micro has said thousands of customers personal data has been exposed by a rouge member of staff. The employee sold information from the company's customer support database, including names and phone numbers to a third party. Trend micro said it believed approximately 70,000 of its 12 million customers has been affected and became suspicious after customers started receiving phone calls from scammers posing as them. The company has said it has contacted those whose details were exposed and said it has been working with the police and the employee who sold the details has been fired. Click here to read more about the cyber-security firm that fell victim to a data breach (BBC technology) 06/11/2019 Upcoming Events FinTech Connect 2019 - 03/12/2019 FinTech Connect is where large teams from major financial institutions go to make informed buying decisions on the latest innovations on the market, and where fintechs come to accelerate dialogues with digital buyers with responsibility across digital transformation, payments, financial security, regtech and blockchain. View more information and how to attend here Tech For Good Gathering - London 2019 - 05/12/2019 The Tech for Good Gathering will feature speakers who are using technology to make our world a better place, celebrating how tech is being used to make positive social change. 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In the latest tech news update we cover; a new code academy launched by an AI firm, Government partnership provides a £50m cyber fund, Mark Zuckerberg addresses threats to free speech and Facebook agrees to pay Cambridge Analytica fine, Starling bank launches a Euro debit card and top coding salaries for 2019 are revealed. Businesses encourage AI learning for young people and the UK government funds further research for cybersecurity The Code Academy launched by AI firm Sidetrade Artificial Intelligence firm Sidetrade has announced the launch of The Code Academy, a new training and career pathway for young people into the UK’s AI industry. The free training will be based in Birmingham, giving 12 young people a life-changing experience, and the opportunity to apply for newly created data and software jobs. The Academy also distinguishes itself by it’s focus on the midlands, workplace experience and a chance to secure a job at the end. Click here to read more about Sidetrade launching The Code Academy (UKTN) Government partners with UK tech giant Arm on £50m cyber fund The government has partnered with UK tech giant Arm as it pumps more than £50m into a new programme to improve the country’s cybersecurity. The company will receive £36m to develop new chip technology that is more resistant to cyber-attacks and a further £18m will be injected into a new scheme aimed at cracking down on online disinformation, fraud and misuse of personal data. Click here to read more about £50m cyber fund for UK tech giant Arm (City A.M) 18/10/2019 Facebook CEO defends role in providing a voice for the public and the social network finally agrees to pay Cambridge Analytica fine Facebook CEO addresses threats to free speech Speaking to a live audience at Georgetown University, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defended Facebook's role in providing a voice to more than 2 billion people around the world, and why he feels it's essential to protect freedom of expression on the internet. Though Facebook has faced constant criticism for allowing misinformation to spread on the platform, Zuckerberg focused on the positive action that has resulted from people expressing themselves freely on social media. Click here to read more about Mark Zuckerberg addressing threats to free speech (Business Insider) 17/10/2019 Facebook agrees to pay Cambridge Analytica fine For it’s role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has agreed to pay a £500,000 fine imposed by UK’s data protection watchdog. Initally Facebook had appealed the penalty, causing the ICO to pursue if own counter-appeal. Deputy commissioner of the ICO said: “The ICO’s main concern was that UK citizen data was exposed to a serious risk of harm.” However as part of the agreement, Facebook has made no admission of liability. Click here to read more about Facebook agreeing to pay Cambridge Analytica fine BBC news 30/10/2019 Digital bank Starling helps reduce business costs with new Euro card and top salaries for developers in 2019 are revealed Starling Bank launches Euro debit card Starling Bank has announced that it has launched the Starling Business Euro Account, giving business and personal customers the power to spend directly in pounds or euros with a single debit card. The aim is to help 77,000 business customers make transactions across the Eurozone and reduce curency exchange costs. Click here to read more about Starling’s new Euro debit card and business account (UKTN) 30/10/2019 Top coding salaries for 2019 revealed Stack Overflow recently surveyed developer salaries in 14 countries including, Canada, France, Germany, UK, US, Australia, Brazil, India, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain and Sweden. The salaries were calculated based on a range of factors such as location and education, level of years of coding experience, types of coding work, and technologies used professionally. Click here to read more about top coding salaries for 2019 (Tech Republic) 16/10/2019 Eligo blog of the month My experience of mental health at work (and how you can help at your workplace) Daily life and work stress can take its toll on our mental health and admitting that you are struggling and suffering with a mental health issue is most definitely a difficult step to take. Eligoid Karolina writes a candid experience of her mental health at work along with some tips for how you can help promote good mental health at work. Read all about it here Upcoming Events Tech For Good Gathering - London 2019 - 05/12/2019 The Tech for Good Gathering will feature speakers who are using technology to make our world a better place, celebrating how tech is being used to make positive social change. View more information and how to attend here FinTech Connect 2019 - 03/12/2019 FinTech Connect is where large teams from major financial institutions go to make informed buying decisions on the latest innovations on the market, and where fintechs come to accelerate dialogues with digital buyers with responsibility across digital transformation, payments, financial security, regtech and blockchain. View more information and how to attend here Our Technology news update regularly features supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and much more. Check back each month to catch up on the industry news affecting the Technology sector collated by our team of Technology consultants. If you would like to receive our monthly newsletter straight to your inbox, then sign up below! Form ID:4640
Eligo and KPMG discuss the Midlands tech scene: 5G roll out, encouraging investment, addressing barriers to business and the skills shortage. Last year I migrated north from Eligo's London headquarters to head up the tech division in Birmingham. Since then, I have dived head-first into the Midlands tech scene. To better understand the businesses and candidates within the Midlands tech market. In April I was lucky enough to interview Tim Kay, Head of Technology & Media at KPMG. To delve deeper into the challenges Midlands based tech businesses face, from lack of investment to skills shortages. As well as some of the more exciting investments into the Midlands area, such as the new 5G roll-out. What are some of the broader challenges that the Midlands tech scene currently faces? I have a confession to make, I’m a reasonably recent immigrant into the Midlands. I’ve spent the last couple of years in the Midlands, having spent 11 years previously in London and I think the big takeaway for me is that we have entrepreneurs, success stories, talent, ideas and innovation – but we don’t do a good enough job of bringing that together and telling our story. I spend a fair amount of time in London within the investment community and the likes and I find that you’re still having to educate investors that the Midlands area isn’t just about the manufacturing and automotive industry. We have a good technology cluster up here that are doing really interesting things. Birmingham and the Midlands are tiny in comparison to London, but it’s not about volume it's more about value and quality of what we have. And so, we’ve got to package that up and tell the story a bit more coherently and certainly a bit more forcefully. What can we do to tell the story about Birmingham and the Midlands tech scene? We need to understand and make sure that when we are talking about the Midlands tech scene that we are including all the exciting range of tech businesses in the Midlands region, from Birmingham to Solihull to Leamington Spa. In order to sell to investors and corporates in London and overseas. Yes, the conversation of tech innovation will start in the west midlands as a base, as that is where we have the scale, but we need to be upfront about where exactly in the Midlands tech is thriving. Historically Birmingham and the Midlands has always been at the forefront of the industrial revolution and manufacturing. Do you think this hinders the image of the Midlands Tech scene? It probably does, but all the things you associate the Midlands with, from manufacturing to automotive, aerospace and the public sector etc – all of these areas are going through massive technological transformation. We need to tailor the conversation of automotive, manufacturing and aerospace around the fact that there is a new supply chain of interesting and innovative businesses in the Midlands. Why might tech businesses in the Midlands area struggle to find investment and funding? There are some businesses in the Midlands that require early-stage funding but there are also companies that have gained customers and growth early on and don’t need funding. It’s all about understanding what the businesses in the region need and require for success, as all are not the same. The tech sector in the Midlands is not homogenous. For those that do need more funding, we need to continue telling the story around the Midlands tech scene to generate and attract investment. "We need to paint a picture to candidates that for that next stage of your life and next career move, the Midlands is a great place to be." How do we retain and attract tech professionals, particularly those that live outside of the Midlands? We know we have interesting and successful tech stories to tell, so let’s tell them and not be shy about promoting a great career opportunity and the great businesses we have in the region. There are the big manufacturing and aerospace businesses in the Midlands that do have big name recognition when you think of the region, but that’s not all of our economy. I spent 75% of my time with the SME’s, which gives you some indication of where our focus is from a technology perspective – it’s the earlier stage, high growth, high potential businesses who are looking for graduate, entry-level talent and more experienced hires. That is where the demand is coming from and we need to re-orientate that talent base to that population of companies and not just big businesses in the area. Major selling points [for relocating for a job in the Midlands] would be quality of life and that there are businesses here that would be of interest to you and your career progression. In particular, if you are worried about uprooting your family or life to relocate to the Midlands and for whatever reason 12 months in, it doesn’t work out at that particular role. There are a cluster of other great tech businesses in the west midlands that are diverse and that can offer a range of other opportunities and career progression. Quality of life in the Midlands is substantially different to that of London and we need to paint a picture to candidates that for that next stage of your life and next career move, the Midlands is a great place to be. What’s the most important piece of advice that you’d give to a leader of a tech startup? So to compare and contrast London and Birmingham; In London, it is very easy to find someone who has been there done it [in terms of building a start-up and gaining investment etc] and who can guide and mentor you. In Birmingham that is much harder to find, as we don’t have a coherent network and cluster that works, but it does exist. Whether it’s organisations like KPMG that use our own network to bring people together, Silicon Canal or public sector groups. They do exist, so go and find them, and it’s worth spending some time connecting with someone who has been there and done it and can help, will pay dividends. "The 5G rollout will be a great potential regional asset but also an inward investment asset." Can you tell us more about the 5G rollout in the West Midlands area and what you think the impact on businesses will be? The 5G rollout will be a great potential regional asset but also an inward investment asset. Inviting other businesses to do something interesting on this new disruptive, technology platform based in the Midlands. What’s interesting about the 5G rollout is that it’s not going to be accelerated by purely having a 5G enabled handset and being able to download films quicker etc. It’s all about industrial and enterprise user cases for it, and it comes back to how do we connect our historic industrial strengths in terms of the industry to this new world - 5G can be one of these connective tissues to do it. If the region wants to compete on the world stage, we need to differentiate ourselves, and if we can create 5G as an asset that we can take overseas and invite businesses to build on top of this – it will really help us to do so. In terms of the social impact, if you look at the sectors 5G is being utilised on, you’ve got citizen wellbeing, mobility, property and construction. A major focus will be on how you can utilise 5G and citizen wellbeing by pre-empting illness, accidents etc, and how we can use tech for good. All opportunities that will be available with 5G are able to put the Midlands region on the map in terms of an international stage. It will also demonstrate to the talent upcoming from local universities and outside of the region that there are some really great, interesting and experimental things going on in tech in the region. "We are in a global race for talent and any barriers are going to impact things." How do you feel Brexit will affect or is already affecting the digital tech sector both locally (Midlands) and nationally? The tech sector has been less affected by the conversation around Brexit than others, and the UK is still a great place to invest and in terms of international investment, there hasn’t been any slowing down of that. There is, however, the question about talent. We are in a global race for talent and any barriers are going to impact things. So, what we need is some certainty to overcome the negative stories about the difficulty of being able to get high-class talent from overseas. We need to make sure we are telling that story consistently and that people can still come to the UK. A lot that has happened over the past 6 months in terms of some of the visa regulations and requirements are being looked at and relaxed. I also think there is a massive opportunity for the Midlands. What we have seen certainly over the second half of 2018 and certainly into 2019, you’ve got all this money that’s coming into the UK because it’s a great place to start and grow a tech business. But, in London valuations have gone up and you’ve got a lot of money that can’t necessarily meet those valuation expectations and so they are looking elsewhere. Which means there is a massive opportunity for the Midlands tech sector to say, London is great, but how about looking at the Midlands, we have the companies, talent and entrepreneurs here. What are you most excited about for the future of tech in the Midlands? If you look at the talent we’ve got, the companies we have and are just starting to create, you’ve got a time period probably from now to say 3 years, where they are going to really start to make a mark on the industry. That’s going to be really exciting as that will then generate the interest in the area, generate this gravitational pull into the region and just watching and to be a part of that will be really exciting. In 5 years’ time, where do you think things will be from a technology perspective? From a regional perspective, we have to hope that these ‘break out’ companies in relation to competing on a world stage are anchor points for the region. That if you are in London or the west coast. People will recognise that they are midlands-based businesses and that there is something going on. The hope is that over a 3-5-year timescale you have those businesses that are recognisable to the tech sector. Are you a candidate looking for a new role in the Midlands, take a look at our latest tech jobs here. Businesses based in Birmingham looking to recruit tech talent? Get in touch with us via the form below. Form ID:4549
In the latest tech news update we cover French police hijacking a cryptocurrency mining botnet, Artificial Intelligence used to detect the risk of heart attack, the UK Economy risks missing out on £315bn due to slow AI adoption and much more. Police Hijack mining botnet, Facebook numbers on an unsecured database and a rise in phishing attacks using Apple brand French police hijack cryptocurrency mining botnet French police have hijacked and remotely killed off a massive cryptocurrency mining botnet controlling 850,000 infected computers. The malware infects computers and starts mining cryptocurrency by swapping power from a computer’s processor. It also was said to have wormable properties, allowing it to spread from computer to computer. Click here to read more about the French police hi-jacking and killing a cryptocurrency botnet (Tech Crunch) 01/09/2019 1.6 million phishing attacks against Apple brand in 6 months There have been 1.6 million phishing attacks targeting the Apple brand name in the first half of 2019, according to the Threats to Mac Users Report 2019. The report shows a number of cases where users faced fraudulent web pages exploiting the Apple brand as a decoy has increased significantly this year. The most frequent fraud schemes include those designed to resemble the iCloud service interface to steal credentials of Apple ID accounts. Click here to read more about the rise in phishing attacks targeting the Apple Brand name (Beta News) 09/09/2019 419m Facebook users’ phone numbers found in unsecured database Phone numbers of over 419 million Facebook users have been found in an unsecured database, along with associated names, user ID strings and location data. The database included records of 133 million users in the US, 18 million in the UK and 50 million in Vietnam. The server wasn’t protected with a password which meant anyone could find and access the database. Click here to read more about 419 million Facebook users’ phone numbers found in an unsecured database (TechCrunch) 04/09/2019 Tech helping predict heart-attacks and tech that's bad for your mental health Artificial Intelligence used to detect risk of heart attack Scientists and researchers from the University of Oxford have found that Artificial Intelligence can identify people most likely to have a deadly heart attack five years before it strikes. The scientists have used machine learning to develop a new biomarker that detects blood changes to blood vessels supplying the heart, with plans to make the technology available to health professionals over the next year. Click here to read more about Artificial Intelligence used to detect the risk of heart attack (Nurses) 05/09/2019 Study says Facebook may negatively affect your mental and physical health Researchers monitored the Facebook usage of 5,208 adults for two years and found that Facebook usage decreased the subject’s physical and mental health. The study found that “while real-world social networks were positively associated with overall well-being, the use of Facebook was negatively associated with overall well-being.” With Mental Health Day coming up on the 10th of October it’s more important than ever to assess the impact of social on your mental health. Click here to read more about the study that says using Facebook may drastically affect your mental health (Business Insider) 16/09/2019 Slow AI adoption to affect UK economy and a No Deal Brexit guide for UK start-ups UK Economy risks missing out on £315bn due to slow AI adoption According to a new report the UK economy is at risk of missing out on £315 billion by 2035 if organisations don’t adopt more AI projects. The report states that only 1 in 2 UK organisations have deployed a single AI project in the past five years. It also identified that nearly a third (32%) of senior executives across UK enterprises have no plans to deploy any AI programmes in the next two to five years. Click here to read more about UK’s slow AI adoption and its impact on the economy (UKTN) 06/09/2019 No-deal Brexit guide for UK startups Startup policy advocacy group Coadec, have put together a handy guide for Start-Ups that are concerned about the country leaving the European Union in a months time. Whilst a 'no deal' Brexit is still not inevitable the chances of it happening have stepped up in recent months, getting ever closer to exit day with no withdrawal agreement in place. This outcome has huge implications for technology businesses with the cross-border nature of services startups tend to provide. Click here to read more about a no-deal Brexit guide for UK startups (Tech Crunch) 27/09/2019 Eligo Blog of the month How to manage burnout We are all human and burnout can come from multiple areas in your life. Therefore, it can be hard to recognise that you are suffering from burnout and are not just simply under normal amounts of workplace stress. In order to recognise signs early on, it helps to take a step back and ask yourself if you are feeling the following symptoms. Read more about how to manage burnout here Upcoming Events The PHP Community Group Meet-up - 10/10/2019 The PHP community Group are partnering with Birmingham Tech Week to host the first PHP Meet-up in Birmingham. This is a FREE event where there will be a top-class speaker, pizza and drinks. View more information and how to attend here Artificial Intelligence Conference 2019 - 18/10/2019 The AI Conference brings the growing AI community together to explore the most essential issues and intriguing innovations in applied AI. View more information and how to attend here Droidcon London 24/10/2019 - 25/10/2019 Take your Android development skills to new levels at Droidcon London 2019, the biggest Android developer conference in Europe. View more information and how to attend here London Engineering & Tech Careers Fair 30/10/2019 Visit London Engineering & Tech Careers fair and find out about apprenticeships, placements, internships, graduate and returnship opportunities from engineering and technology employers. View more information and how to attend here Our Technology news update regularly features supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and much more. Check back each month to catch up on the industry news affecting the Technology sector collated by our team of Technology consultants. If you would like to receive our monthly newsletter straight to your inbox, then sign up below! Form ID:4640
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