Graeme Humphrey has achieved board membership of ScotlandIS, the trade body of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry. The organisation has a remit to raise the profile of the industry, lobby policy makers on relevant issues and support members.
Fiona and Emma attended a RGU careers event a few weeks ago to encourage local school pupils to ask questions about the IT sector.
Turning your passion into a career is something many dream of, and for one young undergraduate it has become a reality.
A developer who honed his skills in Finland and Japan has become the latest addition to the growing team at Aberdeen business software specialist Codify.
Last night Ant, Ben David and Steven took on the ultimate yearly challenge at the BCS Pub Quiz 2014. Under the team name 'Still a Work In Progress', they battled the other quiz pros to last position.
University of Aberdeen computer science students received an insight into the industry during a careers seminar hosted by business software specialist Codify.
Saturday saw Team Codify flexing our muscles and pitting our wits against each other at Lochter for our yearly team building day.
Business software specialist Codify has announced contract wins with a combined value in excess of £500,000.
It is a difficult decision for you to make when you are already devoting 4 years of your life to undergraduate study. Why extend that time commitment for another year by doing an industrial placement?
A commitment to providing graduate opportunities is reaping rewards for an Aberdeen software specialist as the company prepares to build on a recruitment strategy which has been at the core of the business since it was established 14 years ago.
Deciding your career at the age of 18 can be a daunting task but choosing a particular degree doesn't have to limit your future prospects. Armed with my degree, in my 4 years at Codify I've be able to experience a number of different career options.
A software specialist’s fitness drive has provided a boost to a much loved north-east care facility – after what he has joked was his own midlife crisis. With his 40th birthday looming, Mark Griffiths embarked on a health kick at the start of 2013 which in turn led to 12 months of fundraising as he pounded the tarmac during an impressive year in which he completed two half marathons and three north-east 10k events in aid of his chosen cause.