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Silicon milk roundabout
By Marine Barbaroux: Tuesday 21st November, 2017

Looking ahead to siliconmilkroundabout

I can’t believe that in just a few days we’ll be at the siliconmilkroundabout recruitment event in London (25-26 November)! I’m both anxious and excited: it’s going to be my first year but if I believe my colleagues who went last year (see photo) it will be full of energy, awesomeness and great conversations! I’m looking forward […]

Pi
By Dave Gladwin: Wednesday 15th March, 2017

Yesterday was not Pi day – it’s 22nd July, honest!

OK, so the world celebrated International Pi day yesterday and I sat thinking that I should really write something for our social media channels on this, but try as I might the muse was not upon me, I could not come up with anything that had not already been said. I received the expected promotional […]

Our sponsorship
By Simon Aucott: Monday 22nd June, 2015

The role of artisanal burgers in corporate culture

What do you get when you cross a bunch of free tickets with an open-air street food market? Answer – an engaging social event involving employees that perfectly feeds a corporate culture. But this was not a joke. We extended our culture of providing employees with a free lunch by sponsoring a ‘food park’ weekend […]

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By Sasha Smiljanic: Monday 29th September, 2014

Work, play and relocation – a career in engineering

After landing my dream engineering job at Cambridge Consultants, a few months later another amazing career opportunity presented itself – relocation to Boston, MA. I have been an electronic engineer for over 12 years having started my career all bright eyed, with Boeing Defence Australia, where I fondly recall doing my first System Engineering course. […]

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By admin: Thursday 11th September, 2014

Remember why you became an engineer…

As our recently launched recruitment campaign in Boston suggests, it’s because you wanted a career where you could build, create and invent.  And that’s what we believe accepting an opening with Cambridge Consultants – a global, innovative product developer – allows our engineers to do. Careers in engineering can come in various forms and engineering […]

OculusRift
By Chris Roberts: Tuesday 2nd September, 2014

One of the best things about working here

One of the best things about working for Cambridge Consultants is the huge range of different types of project I can get involved in. At the start of the year, most of my time was taken up leading a large product development. This was part of a big, serious programme that we’ve been working on […]

Computing revolution
By Geoff Smithson: Thursday 21st August, 2014

Can high-tech employers look forward to a rapidly increasing pool of talent from which to recruit?

The home computing revolution can be traced back to a handful of devices that captured the imagination of a generation. The Cambridge-designed Sinclair ZX81, in particular, was sold at a price point that made owning a computer affordable to the mass market for the first time. It launched in 1981 at £69.95 for the assembled […]

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