At Scott Logic, we take the development of our graduates seriously. We want you to grow in confidence, skills and impact so that your career in software gets off to the very best start. Many of our graduate recruits also move on to senior positions within the organisation, even leading the launch of specialist divisions.
Your induction programme includes presentations from our founder and senior managers, plus hands-on sessions to help you understand the kind of clients we look after and the diverse technology services we deliver.
Your exposure to our experienced consultants isn’t limited to one-off presentations though. You’ll get to meet and learn from talented designers, developers, testers and project managers, helping you understand the opportunities open to you in your career at Scott Logic.
You’ll work as part of a team on intense design and build projects, created to give you hands-on experience of working in a real-life, professional environment.
Our clients trust us to develop innovative solutions to complex software challenges, so our technology-agnostic approach is key. This means that, even on the graduate programme, you’ll be exposed to a massive array of new languages, platforms and approaches.
As well as tackling challenging graduate projects, you’ll get to work on broader internal projects with more experienced team members, and bolster your skills on even more progressive client projects.
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Working in small teams, all our graduates get to tackle a six-week design and build project. These will introduce you to new skills and ways of working, and give you a hands-on experience of developing software in a commercial environment. Here are two examples of recent graduate projects.
This blog post, written by a graduate developer joining the Edinburgh team, reflects on his induction week experience at Newcastle. A total of sixteen graduates across UX, development, and testing joined this August, and the induction was an ideal opportunity for everyone to meet.Read more
As the Edinburgh 2017 Summer Interns, Arran Rashid and I have spent twelve weeks working on a new foyer screen for the Scott Logic offices, this post describes the project and our time at Scott Logic.Read more
Being software developer requires technical insight and analytical approach. Yet, this is just part of the role. This article explores soft skills that are important part of every software developers life.
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