You’ve seen the adverts from agents seeking rock star and ninja developers, but what does that even mean? In this session, we’ll look at what it takes to be a true rock star developer and we’ll also venture into the space of rock star data scientists. Like true rock stars, we’ll eschew software development and instead focus on attitude, volume, tone and to a lesser extent skills.
Join the best Norfolk and Norwich tech companies for dinner and hear about the new nor(DEV):biz subscription model. Hear from Barclays Eagle Labs Norwich and about the amazing work carried out by the Anchorage Trust while enjoying good food and great company. To round off the evening we’ll be hearing from Jon Bradford.
Breakwater takes the approach that by identifying a ‘platform’ of technologies that work together, standardising networks and procedures, real efficiencies and increased productivity can be created. Of course, staff are the most important element and Breakwater really believe that investing in staff and culture are key to performance.
Anthony will cover topics like tax efficient profit extraction, research and development tax credits, budgeting and forecasting techniques, key performance indicators etc. The aim of the session would be for attendees to be able to take some knowledge away that they can actually use themselves in their business.
nor(DEV):con 2019 Call For Speakers Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd February 2019 Kings Centre 63-75 King Street Norwich NR1 1PH nor(DEV):con, the Norfolk Developers Conference is back for 2019 and stronger than ever with new tracks and an updated format. nor(DEV):con is Norfolk and Norwich’s premier and most well attended conference for everyone involved in [...]
We (SyncNorwich) are really pleased to announce that Sync the City 2018 will be held on November 15-17th at OPEN, Norwich. This will be our 5th year in which we challenge attendees to Build & Launch a Startup in 54 Hours - for fun or profit. Last year the event sold out in 9 days, [...]
Here at Naked Element we’re big into supporting the future of tech, and that means young people. One work experience recruit was Chelsea, an ambitious school student who went on to be accepted at Oxford to study Computer Science. We couldn’t be more proud! Here she tells us a little about her journey and what inspired her to take up tech and join Naked Element for some real world experience.
Thyngs - Case Study We don’t just create industry-changing software for big businesses, we can also pick up smaller jobs that need a quick result. Naked Element recently completed a minor job for Thyngs, a digital consumer engagement company based in Norwich. With our flexible team, experienced in development and [...]
In response to the region’s software developer skills shortage, we are working with Wymondham based Netmatters, a full-service technology company, to offer hard-working, self-motivated individuals from the Great Yarmouth and surrounding area, the opportunity to join the FULLY-FUNDED Scions Coalition Scheme. The initiative provides all the building blocks necessary to form a successful career in software and web development.
The Government’s agenda for the wider field of technical and vocational education alongside apprenticeships is changing. As a large FE College and apprenticeship provider we believe that employers are central to this process and our aim this evening is to start meaningful dialogue into how we can enable employers to both support and challenge us as we launch the new T Level curriculum and apprenticeship standards. We want to hear from you about the challenges you have in recruiting employees and how we can work together to fill the gap and make a difference to the next generation.