There’s no gym, no recreation centre, tennis clubs or golf and government advice is to only head outside for an hour a day, this can be for exercise but if you also need to get the kids out for fresh air or walk the dog, the time left for keeping fit whilst we’re in lockdown is limited to say the least, but much like everything else in this new world we now inhabit - technology is here to help.
There’s no doubt about it, the CoronaVirus outbreak is dominating the news and the minds of everyone, business leaders included, with some of the biggest questions being around hiring. Some industries such as hospitality have already been hit hard but not every industry will slow down and not every company will slow down, so if you were hiring before CoronaVirus then you shouldn’t stop now.
Partnerships Executive Bobby Blaney shares his tips on transferring to a tech career from knowing what you want to do, where to find support and advice and not forgetting to consider the financial elements of career change.
The CoronaVirus outbreak has forced a remote working situation on most companies meaning for those who weren’t already regularly adopting ‘work from home’ as an option or who have had to implement emergency procedures to make it a possibility for more people than usual, it’s a time for learning and adopting new technologies.
Dinner and DevOps is an 5 part webinar series covering different practical skills required in DevOps roles.
It is delivered over 5 x 1 hour sessions and covers the following high level structure:
In our 'What's a Returner' series we're addressing common misconceptions around returner talent and sharing the stories of real life returners who have been through our programme and now work in industry.