If you’re looking to sharpen your programming skills and learn to ship high-quality code, we’re opening applications for our new Level 4 DevOps apprenticeship.
We recently attended Black Tech Fest, an event for Black tech leaders and emerging talents to come together. In this post, we share the lessons learned that left us feeling truly inspired.
In our week 24 notes: Temi Ogunniran and Ana Santos from our business analysis and events teams, as well as some links shared recently at Made Tech about jargon, typefaces, and tea-brewing.
Queer Tech Bristol is an LGBTQIA+ tech community meetup. We welcome anyone who’s queer and vaguely interested in technology or works with computers in some way.
I recently graduated from Made Tech’s software engineering academy. I wanted to take a moment to reflect on how far I’ve come and share my journey.
Last month we hosted our first Blackathon to honour the work of Black pioneers that have made a significant impact on society through tech – here’s how it went.
We’re proud to announce we’ve achieved the first of our major environmental goals – we’ve been certified as a carbon neutral company.
We thought we’d try blogging some week notes – probably not every week, but as much as we can. Each time, a handful of the Made Tech team will share a few notes and thoughts about what we’ve been up to, and things we’ve learned along the way. We’re anonymising clients and projects so we
Today I’m sharing a bit about my journey into tech as a Black woman and the reasons we need to build more diverse teams.
It’s been 1 year since the first official meeting of our engineering book club. So 12 months on I’m taking time to reflect on what it’s meant to our community.