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Techies in the UK – Ireland is Hiring!

LIBS are delighted to partner with 404 and help promote their upcoming event to our members.

 

With a booming tech scene, Irish technology employers are looking for talented co-workers to come and join them. Could that be you?

 

A range of Ireland's best tech companies will be in London on Saturday, February 10th for an exclusive event at SkillsMatter | CodeNode, 10 South Place, London EC2M 7EB from 10am to 5pm.

 

Leading employers such as Workday, Hubspot, CarTrawler, Indeed Prime, McAfee, Ocuco, Bank of Ireland and Bloomberg PolarLake among others will be hiring on the day. Hundreds of job opportunities will be available for those experienced in software, data, security, fintech, devops and other areas.

A stellar line-up of speakers will feature at the free event including Irish-based John and Brenda Romero of Romero Games (Doom, Quake), Barbara McCarthy, Director of Engineering at HubSpot, Bobby Healy, CTO at CarTrawler, Data Scientist Evelina Gabasova and lots more. There will also be some fun installations like the amazing Irish-developed meditative VR game, DEEP, arduino dungeon crawler game Line Wobbler and a Javascript DJ at the afterparty!

Announcing details of Tech/Life Ireland | 404 London, Jackie Slattery, event co-founder, said: “We’re bringing all that’s great about the Irish tech scene to London for this exclusive event.

 

“The line-up will include trailblazing speakers, amazing installations and the opportunity to network with Ireland’s leading tech employers with top career opportunities. There will also be key players from the Irish tech community and meet-up groups, so attendees can get a sense of what’s happening on the ground in Ireland. Both in terms of career development and quality of life, the opportunities here are amongst the best in the world.”

 

Improve your quality of life by joining Ireland's growing tech sector!

 

It is free to attend Tech/Life Ireland|404 London, and those interested can register now at: www.404.ie.  

 

The event is being run in partnership with Tech/Life Ireland, an Irish government initiative to promote tech career opportunities in Ireland.

 

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