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The women of Razor are sharing their thoughts this Ada Lovelace Day on what to consider when thinking about a career in tech. This time, Laura Smythe, Software Engineer specialising in Machine Learning and Data brings us her wisdoms, it’s all about being yourself, enjoying it and learning as much as possible!Read our latest post
Ellie Mosley, Head of Client Services at Razor shares her story on continuing a career in technology, post-parental leave. Jamie Hinton, Razor’s CEO gives his view on why supporting returning parents is just the right thing to do.Read this post
The process of introducing small proven ideas (small bullets) and huge hits (cannonballs) is the way to innovate – and as a technologist, I would agree. As a human, I’m not interested in blowing anything up – not even my competitors. I much prefer to see innovation in healthier terms. Often people will say ‘It’s a marathon, not a sprint’ but in tech, we sprint. We sprint over and over again until we’re ready to sprint on the stage that matters - the marketplace - speed matters.Read this post
Ever noticed how once you start asking ‘how’ instead of ‘why’ you get to the root of the matter and the blame and excuses disappear? As soon as we hear ‘why’, deep-seated synapses in our brains get to work and we are on guard.Read this post