My colleagues and I have all adapted to be able to work at home following the coronavirus outbreak and the subsequent measures taken by the UK government and other governments around the world. This shift is one that we have all had to come to terms with quickly.
In 2019, electric vehicles accounted for 7.4% of total passenger car registrations in the UK. For an ever-more environmentally conscious population, this presents a very low number. Electric vehicles are often seen as a next step, or even a solution for greener transportation. Indeed, electric vehicles are becoming a more accessible option for an increasing number of consumers, and getting closer to a wider public adoption.
Originally posted here Codethink’s culture stems from the world of open source software. A large part of what it means to be a Codething is taking part in the sharing of knowledge across the company and learning on a daily basis. This practice drives the development of understanding in different areas of software, programming andContinue reading “Sharing technical knowledge at Codethink”
Codethink’s engineers enjoyed working on a medical product, contributing to something that would, in turn, help others.
I recently saw IT: Chapter 2. It was scary. But as the title to this blog post suggests, the jump scares weren’t the main thing I took away from the film. I write this as a reminder to myself, and this may be a ramble, but the intent is that it will provoke positive thought.Continue reading “A horror film that made me think”
What employers looked for ten years ago, isn’t what employers are looking for now.
The recruitment process is two way thing.
I state what I want to see in an applicant on a job advert, I want to know that what you want is this job.
f/2.8, 24mm, ISO 500, 1/500sec November 2018 Gear: Nikon D750, Tamron 24-70 2.8 There is an abundance of dishonesty in Paris. You seem to never be far away from someone attempting to scam you in some way. The only thing you can do about this is to look the least like a target possible. AContinue reading “Paris”