Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a condition that affects people’s behaviour. Those with it can seem restless, have trouble concentrating and often act on impulse.
We should be celebrating Black history, heritage and excellence all year round. Ayo Olatunde writes about making Black history within organisations, visibly addressing leadership and hiring practices, and pay inequities to show commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
I’ve always wondered why imposter syndrome and anxiety are so common for so many in our industry. As an engineer who suffers from anxiety, it’s long been a topic that’s been close to my heart.
There are many branches of mathematics and very early on I took a particular interest in analysis. I suppose my reason for this stems from my personal drive to understand why, and doing whatever I can to get that explanation. This is incredibly important within business analysis as recognising the underlying purpose, cause and belief, can really help in revealing the true requirements and aid in design.
April marks National Stress Awareness Month, a time to increase public awareness about the causes of stress and promote ways to help people manage it. Workplace communication can be a source of stress. For many workers in the public sector, Slack is an essential communication tool, as remote working has become a dominant feature of our working lives.
Made Tech’s Ifey Akuoko writes about her inspirations, career journey, and diversity and inclusion at Made Tech.
To celebrate this Ada Lovelace day, we’re shining a light on just a few fantastic pioneers who should be much better known than they are.
Happy Pride Month! At Made Tech, we’re very lucky to have a diverse team powering everything we do. I want to give you a little tour of some different employee-led groups at Made Tech, to show you what it’s like to work here!
Clare Sudbery gives a whirlwind tour of Season 1 of the Making Tech Better podcast.
Today is International Women’s Day, and this year’s theme is break the bias. So, we asked a few of the women working in technology at Made Tech to share insights about equality and working in the industry, including how they’d change the tech industry for the better. Here’s what they said…