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Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2017 is Subject to Significant Updates

  • 21 Dec 2017

One of the biggest performance improvements is the solution load times for large Visual Basic and C# projects. In fact, it is reported that this load time has almost been cut by half. Alongside this, project templates now unfold much faster than...

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The Benefits of Using Eolas Recruitment to Fill Your IT Roles

  • 5 Dec 2017

Conventional means of promoting jobs can leave your company inundated with candidates who aren’t suitable for the role, leaving you to pick through a myriad of CVs without potentially ever finding a suitable candidate. That is where our...

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How Will Brexit Impact the Tech Sector in Ireland?

  • 1 Dec 2017

Currently, around 37% of Irish exports – equivalent to €7.5 billion – goes to the UK. This figure has grown steadily over the past decade but is likely to be disrupted by Brexit and the subsequent impact on the relationship between the two...

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When to Change Your Job in the IT Sector

  • 20 Nov 2017

There are usually some tell-tale signs that your job no longer suits you, but these can often be overlooked. It is also very easy to fall into a rut when your job meets your basic needs. One major task that often puts people off looking for a new...

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Irish Conference to Encourage Women into Tech

  • 14 Nov 2017

The cross-industry networking event, hosted at IBM’s Irish HQ, saw 18 of the top technology companies in Ireland, including BT, Google, and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, share ideas on how to attract and retain women in an industry ordinarily...

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Report Highlights the Need for IT Professionals in Digital Transformations

  • 10 Nov 2017

In addition to this, they found that in comparison to their direct competitors they are losing ground due to a lack of digital facilities, resulting in 80% of companies feeling that they are being left behind. In the report entitled “The...

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Should a CTO Still Be Coding?

  • 8 Nov 2017

A Chief Technology Officer (CTO) is an integral part of many businesses, with their main responsibilities including overseeing technology acceptance, integration and any technical issues that may arise as a result. Yet, many in the tech industry...

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How are Eolas Recruitment Utilising Social Media?

  • 31 Oct 2017

While a basic online presence once sufficed for the one-way dissemination of information for recruiters, this approach seems almost historical thanks to innovative platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook who are driving new forms of social interaction,...

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How to Reboot a Career in IT

  • 26 Oct 2017

Kick-starting a revamp of a career can sometimes seem daunting, especially if you are unsure of where to start. Creating a strategy to make sure that you are aware of what is needed from you will allow you to plan the upcoming months. However, with...

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In a Market Devoid of Quality IT Candidates, Here’s Why Working with Eolas Recruitment is Right for your Business

  • 20 Oct 2017

Here at Eolas Recruitment, our team benefits from 80 years’ combined experience, making us one of the leading IT recruitment firms in Ireland. Each year for clients, we place in the region of 400 candidates between daily rate contract and...

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Quality Assurance Missing in the Mobile Application Development Process

  • 17 Oct 2017

In collaboration with HPE, Capgemini & Sogeti have recently released their 9th World Quality Report. As the industry’s largest research study and analysis of testing and quality assurance trends, the report details the key findings and makes...

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The Year of Cyber Security: How Businesses Respond to Threats

  • 9 Oct 2017

This year, experts have been stressing how cyber threats are constantly evolving in their complexities, with recent attacks featuring both ransomware software and worm applications that allow the program to replicate itself onto other systems on the...

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