Doopoll makes string of international talent hires

Following a successful first year and a global recruitment drive, Cardiff-based tech start-up Doopoll has made a string of key international talent hires. With the online polling platform being used on every continent excluding Antartica, the firm’s founders Steve Dimmick, Sam Goudie and Marc Thomas decided that its search for talent shouldn’t be restricted to...

Codez Academy and Digital Profile partner to close digital skills gap

Codez Academy and Digital Profile have formed a partnership to help close the digital skills gap in Wales. This will see Digital Profile, a job platform, sharing relevant opportunities in tech with recent graduates from Codez’s Academy digital skills program. At the same time, the academy will be able to tap into data from Digital...

BAFTA Cymru Games Awards winners are announced

The winners of this year’s BAFTA Cymru Games Awards have officially been announced along with four commendations. Now in its fourth year, the 2016 ceremony was held at the Tramshed in Cardiff over the weekend. It formed a major part of the Wales Games Development Show. Cardiff-based games developer Rantmedia won Best Game of the...

Brexit: The impact on Wales and its tech scene

After months of speculation, the future of the UK’s EU membership will finally be decided on 23rd June. The EU referendum will give UK citizens a choice many of them have never been given before – whether the country should or shouldn’t be part of the European Union.  Naturally, this decision has been met with...

Learnium introduces new features as part of Microsoft partnership

Cardiff-based edtech company Learnium has unveiled a number of new features as part of its ongoing partnership with tech giant Microsoft. It’s creating a new social learning experience by implementing Microsoft Office co-authoring and mobile integration capabilities into its education platform. By joining forces with Microsoft, Learnium has been able to bring its platform to...

Huw Marshall, Games Wales: Welsh gaming can be recognised globally

Ahead of the Wales Games Development Show – which is taking place tomorrow – we had a brief catch up with lead organiser Huw Marshall. He talks to us about the show and gaming in Wales.  TD: Why did you set up the Wales Games Development show? HM: The WGDS was set up in order...

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