I’m Tracy Westall, board member of techUK and long-time senior executive in the tech sector.
Digital and technology is changing, and I believe passionately that women can really help with this change.
I’m Justin O’Dwyer and I work for Objectivity, a software development and maintenance company. Last summer I spent two weeks at DWP Digital’s Tech Lab in Warrington as part of a secondment opportunity.
I’m Kirsty Tidmarsh, a senior software engineer with DWP Digital. I joined in April 2016 after hearing about the department's transformation work.
I’m Ryan Dunn, Head of DWP’s Data Science hub in Newcastle. Here at DWP we’re driven by our motivation to change people’s lives, and it’s clear that better use of data can help us achieve that. That’s why I’m working …
Whether you’re aware of it or not, the phone in your pocket, the computer on your desk, and the increasing number of connected devices we take for granted, are busy generating more data than ever before.
I’m Kit, and I work in the digital team at the Department for Work and Pensions. I’m really passionate about diversity in the workplace and particularly about increasing the number of women working in digital.
As a woman working in digital technology and a member of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender* (LGBT*) community, I’m a minority within a minority.
Microservices architectures are transforming the way we build our software applications in DWP. It’s something we’ve been successfully using on Universal Credit, which I’m proud to say is one of the largest users of microservices in Europe. The concept – …
In DWP we’re passionate about inspiring the next generation about technology skills and careers. So earlier this month we worked with pupils from Sacred Heart Primary school, Islington and Clwyd Primary school, Swansea to show how coding is child’s play.