Capgemini Platform Engineer Pi Unnerup has taken an unconventional path through tech — from arriving with an arts degree, to choosing the multi-functional team experience of a start-up. We talked to her about why programming is learned ‘on the job’, the importance of cultivating a personal brand as a woman in tech, and the dichotomy of visibility for female engineers.
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‘In five years’ time, everything we do in the tech industry is going to be redundant!’ – a Capgemini leader on how she stays relevant in an ever-changing sector
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Navigating the tech world: international moves, going from technician to leader, and dealing with mid-career changes
Bridging both technical and non-technical roles, and international cultures in her career, Senior Security Architect at Kainos, Jing Xu has learned that high expectations and continually developing your skills are key to success — and that you can recharge your career with new challenges at any point.