The technology industry is a constantly evolving industry. It is becoming more important than ever for candidates to polish their skillset in order to compete in a competitive market. Here we explore some key skills that will be in demand in 2019.
Naomi is currently Head of Application Development at ASX, with a background across financial services and investment management. She has experience across a variety of companies from small agile startups to larger heavily regulated organisations and currently leads a multi-disciplinary team of Software, DevOps and Data Engineers.
At Morgan McKinley we are passionate about diversity and we recognise that Women in Technology can be underrepresented. Technology is all around us and we believe there are so many amazing opportunities out there for more females to build their careers in Technology. We are also delighted that there are so many inspiring women in Technology today
Whilst your skills and experience play a key part in securing an interview it’ll be your ability to communicate effectively, build rapport and give practical examples beyond your competition that’ll land you the job offer.
Che Jansen is a hard-working, hands-on Chief Technology Officer with a preference for functional programming, and TDD. She has strong experience in change management and has successfully guided large teams through complex projects and migration to modern frameworks and practice. With a background in restaurant management, Che followed her passion
We were really pleased to host our very first Women in Technology, Data and Transformation meetup last week Thursday partnering with KPMG. We've put together the "lessons learned" from our workshop where we brainstormed solutions to some of the biggest challenges women in technology are (still) facing.
Over the past few years, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) have worked to modernise Australia’s financial sector data.The increased volume of reporting changes has resulted in many of the banks in Sydney to rethink their regulatory