Test engineer, Matthew, talks about working on a project to build a Java Selenium Test Automation Framework to work with a customised Siebel Application and run a fully-automated Regression Pack.
We're currently recruiting for software engineers. In this blog post Rav talks about what he enjoys in his role a senior software engineer. If you have a genuine interest in technology both inside and outside of work and have knowledge and experience spanning the whole tech stack find out more about a role with us.
As Mayank Prakash departs DWP Digital after 4 years of leading our digital transformation, I’m delighted to be taking up the reins as interim Chief Digital and Information Officer.
As 2018 draws to a close, this final blog post of the year looks back, reflects and celebrates the great work of our colleagues and some amazing achievements.
A Welsh-language version of the Universal Credit online service has been launched. Content designer John Turnbull explains how content for the Credyd Cynhwysol service was developed.
DWP Digital recently hosted an 8 week course for not-for-profit organisation Code First: Girls to help improve gender diversity in technology. Software engineer Pooja Malhotra talks about her experience as an instructor and what she hopes the women will take away from the course.
Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing mountain in the world. In January our Tech Support team member Chris Smith will climb it to raise much needed funds for official Civil Service charity the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
'Game days' are interactive, scenario-based learning events for software professionals. Find out how our Hybrid Cloud team used a game day to develop their skills, knowledge and teamwork.
The Hack The North 2.0 event set teams the challenge to innovate and use data to join up support services for vulnerable people in Manchester. Host Rachel Woods looks back at the hackathon and explains why it was so inspiring.
The recent Product People North meetup in Leeds brought together the product community from a range of government departments. Product owner Dave Hardy shares his learning from the day.
Software engineer Diane Reddell talks about her experience of winning the Hack The North 2.0 event and the potential for taking the winning idea forward.