Endjin - Home

Culture

This month, I’ve completed my three year apprenticeship at endjin – a big landmark in a journey that started with enrolling on a computing MSc several years ago. Endjin’s apprenticeship is a custom programme which aims to bridge the gap between new entrant and competent developer. The scheme was set up in recognition of the […]


Is JavaScript still dead?

by Matthew Adams

TLDR; Yes. But its successor is still called JavaScript, except when it isn’t. The long, slow death and resurrection of JavaScript Back in my 2015 programming languages post I observed that, while JavaScript had pushed its way back into the top 10 programming languages, over at TIOBE, it was still a dead language walking. My reasoning was […]


Top Gadget Purchases of 2016

by Howard van Rooijen

TLDR; I’m surprised how much Amazon based hardware I’ve purchased in 2016– they’ve become the conduit that all my entertainment comes through. Amazon Fire TV 4K Ultra HD I thought I’d end the year with a look at some of the tech I’ve acquired over the last 12 months. First up is the Amazon Fire […]


A Bit of a Christmas Do in the Country with Benchpeg

by Paul Waller

Benchpeg – Supporting the work of the Jeweller since 2006 Earlier this year endjin redesigned the Benchpeg website that had previously been hosted on a decade-old content platform that was beginning to creak and groan. One of our main aims was to halve the day-to-day workload for generating content, and streamline the process of producing a weekly […]


London, 02/12/16 Barber Vangelos Georgiou has been cutting hair at George Gents’ Hairdresser on Bermondsey street since 1970. Over the years he’s seen dramatic changes to the neighbourhood, from factories to luxury shops and flats, with a knock on effect for his business as costs have risen and the factory workers who lived and worked […]


Guest Blogger – Ed describes his three month paid summer internship at endjin Ed is studying a Mathematics BSc at UCL. He made contact in January because he was looking to gain some real world software development experience during his summer break, before his final year at University. During his three month internship we tried to expose him to as many different […]


Reasons to: Round up of the Sessions I Attended

by Paul Waller

For some reason, even though I left school years ago, September seems to mark the start of a new year. Probably because that’s when schools do go back after the summer, my mind is sub-consciously stuck in that cycle and importantly this year our eldest begins a new chapter in his life – of starting […]


We’ve been running workshops and training sessions for a long time now, and one thing we’ve learned from that is that PEOPLE DO WORKSHOPS WRONG. From MBA classes, to design sessions, there seems to be a common problem: burn-out. There’s so much evidence[1] that over-work, even in a short period, leads to a rapid spiral […]


Guest Blogger – Carmel describes her two month paid summer internship at endjin Carmel is studying a Physics MPhys at the University of Manchester. She made contact in April because she was looking to gain some real world software development experience during her summer break, before her final year at University. During her two month internship we […]


Microsoft Azure Most Valuable Professional 2016

by Howard van Rooijen

I’m honoured to announce that I’ve been awarded an Azure MVP award for 2016. I’m excited to have finally achieved a career goal I’ve been hankering after for almost a decade! I wanted to say a big thank you to Ed Price for noticing that I wasn’t an MVP already and submitting the nomination! I’m […]


1 2 3 8