Category Archives: Developers

Tech for Non Tech

Tech for Non Tech: Automation, No-Code and Community | Slides + Videos

Thank you everyone who joined us last month for our Tech for Non Tech event on Automation, No-Code and Community. We had 4 amazing speakers including Niamh McAuley, Ellie McBride, David Shawe and Fajar Siddiq. Watch the recording of last months event. Slides We currently have slide decks from Ellie McBride and Fajar Siddiq. Davids and Niamh’s will be…

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Invest during Adversity. And look for developers during this virus pandemic. It’s an opportunity!

Hello! I got laid off today as a result of the COVID-19 financial fallout. Looking for a Jr front-end position. I have 6 months of experience and I was responsible for a project, worked mostly with React and several libraries. Based in Barcelona, willing to relocate. Please RT! — Alejandra (@signorinadev) March 25, 2020 I…

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Sweat Equity – Blog Series Episode 2

In the world of startups there is literally nothing better than equity. With equity, even a tiny bit, you will literally could one day become a millionaire. Colin Mitchell is the CEO of Sixty 5 Technologies and has expertise in tech, business, sales and marketing. Colin’s new blog series showcases the startup tech journey focusing…

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Filling the Gap Between Industry and Technology Blog Series Episode 1

To succeed in the startup world, industry experts need tech experts and vice versa. Colin Mitchell is the CEO of Sixty 5 Technologies and has expertise in tech, business, sales and marketing. Colin’s new blog series showcases the startup tech journey focusing on the gap that needs filled between industry and technology Episode 1 –…

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How to make a corporate (or government) CIO butt pucker!

Rich Segal wrote this in 2006 and I’ve referenced it many times in articles, blog posts and presentations. The essence of the story is how there is world of opportunity around us. There are more tools now to build digital products than there ever have been and their accessibility has never been higher and the…

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