Stuart Taylor is celebrating International Men's Day, sharing his journey as a parent, fighting to get the right help needed for his autistic son.
Many people think of line managers as someone who looks after the administrative side of people management. What I love about the role at BPDTS is it's so much more than that. As a line manager, I'm gaining the experience of managing a good size team and helping people take control of their career.
Adam Nibloe joined BPDTS as an Associate Engineer in the Unified Communications team. Discover how in less than a year, he's evolved into an exceptional Infrastructure Engineer, adding quality work outputs and value to the organisation. Learn more about Adam's journey.
Mike Farrington, Head of Hybrid Cloud Services Operations at BPDTS, discusses why trust and flexibility are at the heart of the engineering team's success. Learn more about Mike's first 6-months delivering cloud at scale amid a pandemic.
Sean Dinning started his technology career as an apprentice, working his way up to an Infrastructure Engineer role. Learn more about Sean's journey and why he thinks BPDTS and the public sector are a great place to work.
Great tools and a brilliant team make career transitions smoother. Learn how job shadowing led Alicia Cahill to the perfect engineering role in government.
BPDTS Engineering teams need to anticipate the future and plan for it. Changes expected to occur in the next decade are happening now, all at once. What trends are emerging, and what are the downstream consequences for software development?
In the run-up to International Women's Day (March 8), we sat down with Loveday Ryder to talk about her journey as an engineer and CEO. "Talent is equally distributed across the genders," explains Loveday. "We want to be naturally inclusive – so equality of opportunity runs through everything we do."
Senior Test Engineer, Lisa Overall, is passionate about engineering. Engineering is in her DNA, and she is immensely proud to be part of its vibrancy. For Lisa, returning to the North East and taking up the engineering mantle, were like coming home – personally and professionally. In our On the Spot interview, we get an insider's view.