This morning’s Chamber breakfast at Carrow Road was an intimate round table affair with John Holland-Kaye, the CEO of Heathrow airport. The topic of discussion was the expansion of the airport, including a new runway and specifically how Norfolk businesses can become part of the supply chain for the £14bn, 10 to 15 year plan.
Our CEO, Paul Grenyer, will be appearing on the Radio 4 show Moneybox Live at 3.30pm on Wednesday 4th April 2018, speaking about the impact of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on small businesses.
When: Tuesday, April 24, 9:00am to 4:45pm Where: The King's Centre, King Street, Norwich, NR1 1PH How much: £75 RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/Norfolk-Developers-NorDev/events/248669776/ In this one-day workshop you'll learn the basics of developing web apps with React. We'll gain an overview of what *React* does, and what problems it tries to solve. We'll learn how to use [...]
GDPR is General Data Protection Regulation and it will govern how personal information is handled and used by companies.
Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing have become the latest buzzwords in the industry, with companies big and small rushing to work out how they can take advantage of this emerging technology.
We love the MigSolv data centre out at Bowthorpe in Norwich. This was nor(DEV):’s second visit and they always make us very welcome. Walking into what feels like a massive Blakes 7 set and getting the tour,including the retina scanner and massive server hall, is incredible and seriously interesting (even though it’s my third time!).
Last week we attended the Evolution: Journey into Industry 4.0 event and it was an illuminating experience! Not only did we get to hear from some of manufacturings leading lights in the region, we got to talk alongside them at Naame’s packed conference.
Held by Inspired Youth Projects, My Tech 2018 was another successful meeting of tech employers and burgeoning tech talent.
NAAME, the New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering, are an organisation dedicated to promoting and supporting the manufacturing and engineering industry in our region and Naked Element open their ‘NAAME Dropping’ section which shines a spotlight on innovative local businesses. The magazine is free and packed with interesting articles and useful information. For example, did [...]
Come and hear about the benefits of process automation at the February New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering conference
Our CEO Paul Grenyer is a speaker at ‘Evolution: Journey into Industry 4.0’, an event held by NAAME (New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering) at West Suffolk College on 15th February, and we would love to see you there! The event aims to address pressing issues in the industry sector including the skills shortage, lack of innovation and stagnating productivity. The day’s roster boasts high profile speakers from within education and government as well as private companies and exhibitors.