Sarah Butcher: Do you need to know how to code if you want to work in banking? It’s the new perennial question that we’ve addressed here and here, but J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley have provided a more comprehensive answer: Continue reading Morning Coffee: Will You Need To Know Coding For Future Banking Jobs? It’s Complicated.
Ryan Daws: The number of UK vacancies for developers has increased by four percent over the last two years, according to research by Joblift. Joblift is a job search platform that also monitors for notable changes in the career market. Continue reading Research: Key Insights From The UK Developer Job Market
Russell Poole: In November 2017, the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy stated that 40% of employers reported a shortage of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) graduates as being a key barrier in recruiting staff. Each year, the UK is short Continue reading Equinix: Inspiring The Next Generation Of UK Tech Leaders
Jose Jinoy: GitHub is an extremely popular online platform where software developers keep, vet and disseminate their code. Importantly, GitHub is an open source platform, where users access the site and use its content for free, mostly. Now, Microsoft, a Continue reading Decoding Microsoft’s GitHub Acquisition
ACI Worldwide: A leading global provider of real-time electronic payment and banking solutions, today announced that it will launch Coding for Girls Camp in the UK, following its success in the US. The global software company has teamed up with Continue reading ACI Worldwide Launches Coding for Girls Camp in the UK
Laurie Clarke: The tech industry needs more women. What better place to effect change than at the building blocks – with code? 23 Code Street is nestled inside a London building with a nondescript facade, also housing a company offering Continue reading 23 Code Street Is Fighting Tech Bro Culture One Female Coder At A Time
Derek Wyatt, a former MP listed by Internet Magazine as one of the top 100 Internet visionaries, explains why the government should seize the moment before it is lost and host a Digital World Forum. This is a big idea. Continue reading The Digital World Forum: It’s Time For The UK Government To Step Up To The Plate