The East of England is fast becoming a hotbed for expertise and technology in the manufacturing sector. New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering names the region as the third largest cluster in the UK for composites alone. Our once primarily rural area now holds a large stake in tertiary manufacturing also, making East Anglia, or [...]
Future50 is a collection of Norfolk and Suffolk’s most innovative and ambitious companies. The aim of the programme, which has been running since 2009, is to find the region’s ‘ones to watch’ and support their growth through networking events, multimedia business coverage, support to access funding and business support from the EDP’s partners and their [...]
From the moment I walked into the refectory at the Cathedral, ahead of the Saturday night pitches, I felt there was something special going to happen. It wasn’t until the pitches actually began an hour or so later, that I realised exactly what it was. I’m ashamed to say I’ve never been to Sync The [...]
The idea of “Networking” strikes fear into the heart of many techies, but Norfolk Developers Business or nor(DEV):biz is different. The idea behind the monthly meetings over dinner at the Library Restaurant is to get tech companies in Norwich and Norfolk talking to each other and referring business between themselves and from external parties. It’s [...]
Leave the sales pitch at work and come and join the Naked Element team at the Library Restaurant lounge for a few hours of extra relaxed networking in the afternoon.
The question we get asked the second1 most when speaking to clients and potential clients is “how much will my bespoke software cost to build?” [...]
Directorzone GRID company interview series: Paul Grenyer, CEO of Naked Element. The story Innovation What’s next? GRID co-ordinates and relationships: The story Paul Grenyer took the classic route – and one of the best - into entrepreneurship: the company he was contracting for, Aviva, became the first client of his new business, NAKED ELEMENT, in [...]
Don’t believe the bad press about developers being nerds!
Choosing the right programming language for a piece of software is as important as choosing a hammer to knock in a nail, a flat headed screw driver for a flat headed screw and a cross headed screwdriver for cross headed screw.