Our paid summer internships usually last for around 12 weeks. They’re a great way to gain experience using the latest tools and technologies, working in a team and learning from our experienced mentors.
You’ll get invaluable insight into the real world of software development within a supportive environment, and we hope it may also be the start of a longer-term relationship. Many of our interns have returned to join our Graduate Programme, and a majority of our grads go on to build successful careers in one of our four UK offices. Applications for our 2019 Programme will open in September 2018.
As an intern, you’ll get to tackle a challenging design and build project to help you develop new skills and an understanding of how to develop software in a commercial environment. Here are two examples of recent projects recently set for our interns.
As interns at the Newcastle office we were tasked with creating an interactive desk directory to allow new employees to better acquaint themselves with their building and colleagues, with the speculative goal of replacing the company-wide internal phone directory.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.
If you're a fan of Redux Saga then you will have noticed the abundance of libraries to assist testing your sagas. This post takes an in-depth look into the different approaches to testing sagas, describing where five popular testing libraries fit into these approaches.
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