Paisley Patterns - The Chess Digital Blog
At Chess, we have always tried to take a creative approach to requirements gathering. Rather than sit passively across a table from ‘stakeholders’ with laptops open and an expectant cursor blinking at a cell within DevOps, we’ve found that the best results and understanding are gained when clients are actively engaged in an environment that encourages open conversation, debate and structured consideration.
Various Teams across Chess collaborated to repurpose and deploy an application, originally designed for use in the construction sector, to help the NHS gather information about COVID-19 in children.
Chess has officially done it again, achieving 6th in the Sunday Times ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’. This continues the success of previous years - number 1 in 2018, 5 years in the top 6 and 11 years in the top 100.
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Everyone’s talking about it, but not everyone’s talking about it in full view of a Bali sunset surrounded by the ‘best minds in bitcoin’. In the first of a series of posts on bitcoin and blockchain, Senior Consultant Craig Porter reveals all about the CambrianSV bootcamp.