eSynergy Blog

Wendy Devolder talks about life, business and the future of women in tech innovation

The launch of inaugural event, Women Hack for Non Profits, was a huge success last night. In celebration of awesome women in the tech world, we interviewed Wendy Devolder, Founder and CEO of Skills Matter, for her insight around life, business and the future of women in tech innovation.

UK Election Day- the right vote for a successful digital future?

Antony Hyde, Principal Consultant, Digital & Technology Transformation @ eSynergy Solutions shares his thoughts.

An Interview with Jim Webber, Chief Scientist at Neo Technology

eSynergy Solution’s Community Manager, Adele Green talks with Jim Webber, Chief Scientist at Neo Technology about graph databases, community and the future of Neo4J.


Why you should skill up in graph databases in 2015

The speed of technology change is startling and with this change comes opportunity. Find out why you should take notice and upskill in graph databases -  in particular Neo4j.


graph database, Neo4j, Graph Connect, NoSQL, SQL

Cloud Recruitment Trends & Predictions for 2015

Read our latest blog on recruitment trends we have seen across the UK Cloud market and predictions for 2015.

How to Skill-up in DevOps and What Rates You Can Expect in 2014-15

In the last 12 months we have seen a significant increase in daily rates for those in the DevOps space. Find out what skills you should be obtaining in order to get the best rates and opportunities on the market.

Currying in Java 8

After reading the title of this blog post, you may be wondering how is delicious food related to Java programming? It turns out that currying is also the name for a technique coming from functional programming. There’s a theoretical definition for currying but let’s go through a concrete example first so you can immediately see this technique in action.

Top IT Skills - Agile and Lean

Find out why Agile and Lean should be your top skills in 2014.

First-class functions in Java 8, with Raoul-Gabriel Urma

Java 8 adds functions as a new form of value. What does this mean? Let’s look at a simple example from Raoul-Gabriel who is our guest speaker for our Java 8.