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In February 2016, I completed my second year of endjin’s three year custom apprenticeship scheme. This blog is a chance for me to reflect on what was learnt over the year – hopefully others will find it useful too. Year one had involved a very steep learning curve as I transitioned from student to graduate […]


My Apprenticeship Retrospective

by Mike Larah

A few years back, Howard wrote his thoughts on apprenticeships, drawing from his own experiences, whilst endjin were in the process of planning their own unique apprenticeship scheme. I was fortunate enough to be selected as their first candidate (guinea pig?) and, as it is National Apprentice Week this week, I thought I would write […]


We’re on the cusp of a new age – the era of the “modern browser”. As older IE versions are effectively mothballed by Microsoft (bar a few holdouts in the UK public sector and elsewhere, because they weren’t able to get their act together with 2 years’ notice), I thought we’d take one final snapshot […]


My first month at endjin

by Jess Panni

So it has been one month since I joined endjin; time to draw breath and reflect on my journey so far. A little about me A year ago I was sat outside a sunny coffee shop in Perth, Western Australia. My family and I moved there from the UK 6 years earlier, and I had […]


March 2015 Browser Share

by Matthew Adams

As endjin.com gets a few tens of thousands of users a month, who tend to be focussed in the general segment of ‘Microsoft Platform Developers, Startups, Entrepreneurs, CIOs and CTOs”, we have (more out of interest than anything else) been keeping tabs on browser share. We’re publishing those stats on the blog, as you might […]


Regular readers of this blog may know that endjin work on some of the largest and most interesting Microsoft Azure projects including PaaS, Big Data & Machine Learning solutions. You may or may not know that we are also Microsoft Gold Partners for the Cloud Platform Competency. We are growing the team; in particular we are […]


Year 1 as an endjin software engineering apprentice

by Alice Waddicor

Year one of my apprenticeship with endjin has gone incredibly quickly. I came to endjin having completed the taught modules of a Computer Science conversion MSc (the project was completed this year). When I look back on what I’ve learnt, it’s not just technical facts, but also the skills to deal with common issues, a […]


February 2015 Browser Share

by Matthew Adams

As endjin.com gets a few tens of thousands of users a month, who tend to be focussed in the general segment of ‘Microsoft Platform Developers, CIOs and CTOs”, and tend to arrive via a Google search, we have (more out of interest than anything else) been keeping tabs on browser share. We’re publishing those stats […]


We read an awful lot in the press about startups and their immense valuations. Here’s a recent post from Business Insider about the 9 startups that are going to be valued at more than $10bn in 2015. We have a lot of conversations with early stage startups who are about to take their first or […]


January 2015 Browser Share

by Matthew Adams

As endjin.com gets a few tens of thousands of users a month, who tend to be focussed in the general segment of ‘Microsoft Platform Developers, CIOs and CTOs”, and tend to arrive via a Google search, we have (more out of interest than anything else) been keeping tabs on browser share. Starting this month, I’m […]