- October 30, 2020
Viruses: The ultimate supervillains
While virology and epidemiology are the hottest scientific disciplines of 2020, there are few articles dedicated to plain language explanations. Have you ever wondered how a virus actually harms us? Or how it works to invade our cells? To answer these questions, it’s best to start with a definition.
- October 5, 2020
Bringing business nous to DevOps
How a background in the recruitment space can help organisations move to DevOps.
- September 25, 2020
Have our young professionals missed six months of on-the-job mentoring with COVID-19 restrictions?
When you’re working side by side in the same office, it's easy to see where you need to guide and offer assistance to those who need help. This has inevitably become much harder with many now working from home, so are junior staff missing out?
- September 3, 2020
If I knew then, what I know now
“If I knew then, what I know now” is a phrase we hear often, and one that can really only be used following the analysis, understanding and assessment of past experiences. The important thing is our learning from these experiences, to mitigate the risk of reoccurrence by strategically planning for and adapting our practices.
- August 21, 2020
How do Vaccines Work?
There’s a reason we get these unpleasant little jabs – it’s because they work, according to scientific research. And they protect us. And our kids. And our pets, grandparents, neighbours, everyone. And that is a very good thing.