We are very happy to announce the expansion of Dogsbody Technology with the addition of Jim Carter. Jim is Dogsbody Technology’s 5th Linux Systems Apprentice and comes with a lot of passion for maths and learning. Having started studying physics at university Jim decided a Linux Apprenticeship was more for him. He is one of […]
We are passionate about apprenticeships at Dogsbody Technology. It is safe to say that without apprenticeships we would not be the company we are today. This week (6-10 Mar 2017) is National Apprenticeship Week 2017 and it seems only fitting to tell you our story. To use the relevant hashtag, we are literally #madebyapprentices :-) […]
Last week we attended Google Hash Code 2017 in GROW at Greenpark, Reading. The problem was released at 17:45 and we had until 21:30 to write a solution that scored better than the 2814 other teams in the competition. The problem statement related to optimising YouTube’s caching servers by pre-loading popular video’s. You can read […]
Dogsbody Technology are stepping into the shoes of Google engineers and attending Google Hash Code 2017 in GROW at Greenpark, Reading, one of the 432 Hash Code hubs across 66 countries. A team-based programming competition for students and professionals (18+) across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Pick your team and programming language, and Google […]
This year we bring you an infographic showing how data privacy is good for business. We also encourage you to check out last years post about the business requirements of running a business in the UK. Feature image by g4ll4is under the CC BY-SA 2.0 license.
HTTP/2 is a fairly new technology, offering significant improvements over its predecessors, whilst remaining backwards compatible with previous web browsers and services. HTTP/2 is only going to get bigger, and it’s certainly not going away any time soon, so here’s some stuff you should know about it. Before we get too in depth with the […]