Career


How to convince your boss to let you study

Further education has a ripple effect. It benefits not just the student, but their family, society at large, and often their employer. However, a common obstacle in the journey to adult education is existing work. Work, of course, is immensely time-consuming, and many employers don’t see the benefit in being flexible when staff want to […]

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What to expect in software job interviews

Whether you’re considering a new career in coding, are in the depths of one of our bootcamps, or recently graduated, the thought of job interviews has probably crossed your mind. The good news is that coding is arguably the the most in-demand skill in the workplace right now. Less exciting is the prospect of job-hunting […]

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5 ways to make the most of your qualification

How To Make The Most of Your Qualifications  If you’re reading this, you’re either considering our coding bootcamp, you’re in the thick of it, or you’ve just graduated and you’re the proud owner of a diploma in software development. But what happens afterwards? After you’ve celebrated, it’s time to take a look at the next steps […]

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LinkedIn – a beginner’s guide

LinkedIn is by far the best known and most popular recruitment site in operation today. But some have complained that it’s not user-friendly or that its uses and benefits can be vague. In this article, we offer you a beginner’s guide to LinkedIn. Why LinkedIn? Regardless of whether one sees imperfections with LinkedIn, it’s a […]

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Future-proofing your career is always a good idea – regardless of when you do it

Why it’s never too late to upskill One of the most common myths about technology is that it’s for the young. This has come about because of facts (technology is new by definition) and anecdotal information (misrepresentative stories of young tech billionaires). Popular culture and media portray the tech world, IT departments and just about […]

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Modernising Pharma: Curing Healthcare Gaps

Modernising Pharma: Curing Healthcare Gaps The pharmaceutical industry has a problem. Higher demand for high quality care, longer drug trial periods, and stronger regulation has diminished patents and created more wastage than ever. PwC’s most recent ”Pharma 2020: From Vision to Decision” survey began on a promising-turned-ominous note. Healthcare technologies have grown significantly in the […]

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8 Reasons Why A Career In Coding Is Right for You

1. You Love Tech! Obvious I know, but often understated. It’s definitely worth mentioning that to work in software development, you need to have a love of tech and all the possibilities it brings. Appreciating technology’s potential will motivate you to innovate, excel and climb the career ladder in tech. 2. You’re a Problem Solver Problem solving is a skill […]

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3 Reasons Why a Code-Newbie Should Learn Python

When beginning to learn the craft of programming, one of the decisions you have to make is which language to tackle first. There are so many programming languages, the choice may seem overwhelming – what happens if you pick the wrong one?! Well… there’s always the Turing Theory of Completeness, but that’s way down the line! […]

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5 Big Reasons Why Marketers Need to Know Code

ONE OF the biggest marketing changes is the growth and adoption of marketing technologies. In fact there are over 3,500+ marketing-tech companies (2015, there’s so much more now); growing at more than 1,000 companies per year.Every part of the marketing process – from CMS to PPC – is road-mapped and implemented into the overall digital […]

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Is A Coding Bootcamp Right For You?

 How do I know if a coding bootcamp is right for you? As is the case with choosing a walk of life, answering a vocational calling, or simply finding yourself at a career-defining crossroads, there is never one true answer, and similarly, there is no one type of individual who is best suited to a […]

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