Cititec is a global recruitment company, we specialise in sourcing expert technical professionals
In a world that demands technical skills, we provide the human touch - We’re recruitment specialists for technology and business change. We work in the financial (insurance, banking, financial asset management), digital and pharmaceutical & life sciences sectors and we’ve been providing exceptional professionals for our clients since 1998. We’re based in London and Amsterdam but thanks to our international network, our capabilities are global.
We’re the fifteenth fastest-growing recruitment business in the UK. We’ve grown rapidly during the past two years, defying the economic conditions and outperforming the sector as a whole. We’re an ISO-compliant business and have reached an annual turnover of over £60 million.
We believe that a key factor in this success has been the value we place on people and relationships. It’s a philosophy that we call ‘human recruitment for a technical world’. It means that we prioritise client and candidate care and that we cultivate a strong, cohesive team culture. Our in-house support team provides operational stability, helping our consultants to deliver the excellence and results that our clients need. It’s an approach that seems to work.
Featuring Grzegorz Kossakowski
Featuring Nada Amin and Grzegorz Kossakowski
An Inside look at Heroku through the lens of Scala
Featuring Scott Clasen
Int his talk for Scala Days, Scott Clasen will cover all the core concepts behind Heroku, and will give scala developers an understanding of how to build and deploy scala apps thereheroku scala clojure java ruby python node.js
An Engineer's Guide to the Scala Community
Featuring Dick Wall
What does it mean to apply a sound engineering approach to dealing with the Scala community? Dick Wall's talk for Scala Days talk will discuss many points, including:
What do I hope to get out of my contact with the Scala community?
How do I best go about achieving those goals?
Fast Concatenation for Immutable Vectors
Featuring Tiark Romf
In this talk for Scala Days, Tiark Romf stands in for Phil Bagwell, giving a short overview of the Vector structure and explaining how it is planned to extend this structure to dramatically speed up concatenation and splits to enhance their utility further.concatenation scala