Creating experiences that make people’s lives easier – a career in UX Design
24 October 2017 | Posted by Gurur Sarbanoglu

Interested in learning more about User Experience at Kainos? Read the first of our design blog series to find out what goes on in UR&D.

Detecting unusual user activity – A proof of concept
11 October 2017 | Posted by Claire Davidson

Read our new post on a proof of concept our Data team worked on recently, using machine learning to identify anomalous users of a service.

Is this thing on?
Capturing user insight through multi-channel data analysis.
06 October 2017 | Posted by Marc Heasman

Marc Heasman talks about the sources of insights valuable in understanding user needs.

My career path to Senior Test Engineer
How I got here, and why I find working at Kainos as a Test Engineer so rewarding.
04 October 2017 | Posted by Patrick Fox

Read our new blog post from a Senior Test Engineer on the challenges and successes he’s had so far throughout his career!

A day in the life of a Kainos Integration Consultant
26 September 2017 | Posted by Artur Borkowski

One of our Workday Consultants shares his insight into working in the exciting world of integrations!

What does a Business Analyst do?
18 September 2017 | Posted by Lee Johnston

Business Analyst Lee shares his insight into what its like to be a Business Analyst in Kainos.

Innovation: Staying ahead of the curve
Can manual tasks be replaced by intelligent machines? Can user experience be enhanced in real time by an algorithm?
14 September 2017 | Posted by Kelly Moore

Businesses are born out of innovation, but today with disruptive technologies, the average lifespan of a company has dropped by 77%

Service Design: a view through 3 lenses
Service Design is one of the approaches Kainos use to maximise the value we deliver for our clients.
12 September 2017 | Posted by Nikos Karaoulanis

Service Design enables Kainos to deliver the right thing in the right way for the right reasons.

The role of a Renaissance Consultant in Digital Transformation
17 August 2017 | Posted by Nas Taibi

Tech fluency is the new currency – you need a solid band of renaissance consultants to make it work. Read our blog.

The data sharing conundrum in the NHS
02 August 2017 | Posted by Nas Taibi

WebOps lead Nas talks about how far the NHS has come to become the world-leading healthcare provider.

A closer look at Gauntlt
07 July 2017 | Posted by Gary Tate

Senior Security Engineer Gary Tate Gauntlt offers guidance on configuring and implementing Gauntlt within your environment.

The ongoing trouble with timeouts
05 July 2017 | Posted by Andrew Kilgore

This blog discusses Timeouts, what they are, why they’re needed and best practices using them.

The story of the Kainos Ops Academy
05 July 2017 | Posted by Rachel George

Find out more about our eight-week WebOps Academy and how to apply for this fantastic opportunity.

Celebrating our first Earn as you Learn graduate!
22 June 2017 | Posted by Leah Fullerton

The Kainos guide to graduating with a computing degree, with no student debt

Are you at risk of a Cyber Attack?
20 June 2017 | Posted by Chris Allen

Listen to our webinar, where our cyber security lead will take you through some of the threats that exist today.

Continuous Risk Assessments?
19 June 2017 | Posted by Davey McGlade

David McGlade explains his suggested approach for Continuous Risk Assessment.

Design For Life – An open design case study
14 June 2017 | Posted by Thomas Swann

Tom Swann blogs about a recent project he worked on and how the development team communicated about design.

A.I.Camp: Declassified
13 June 2017 | Posted by Jordan McDonald

This summer, we’re running our first ever A.I.Camp all about machine learning and artificial intelligence. Get the inside story here!

An Opinionated view of RedHat’s OpenShift
12 June 2017 | Posted by Nas Taibi

In our new technical blog post, Kainos Senior WebOps Engineer Nas talks about Openshift.

Bringing Security into the Pipeline
05 June 2017 | Posted by Gary Tate

Find out all you need to know to bring security into the pipeline from one of our Senior Security Engineers in this new blog.

30 years on – where are we heading?
30 May 2017 | Posted by Brendan Mooney

It’s only six months after someone joins a company that you realise who told more tall tales during the interview: company or candidate!

Building the perfect Product Team
24 May 2017 | Posted by Alison Coote

An insight into what it takes to join our Product Team from Alison Coote, Product Principal.

Go Fish
11 May 2017 | Posted by Stephen Arthur

One of our delivery team recounts his experience on the Inland Fisheries NI Direct project through go-live.

Why we also feel Arcadia Data is very cool
09 May 2017 | Posted by Darragh McConville

Darragh McConville explains why we identified Arcadia Data as a unique Big Data Analytics platform

Mentoring Trainees – what I got from the experience
04 May 2017 | Posted by Christopher Gill

Lead Software Engineer Chris shares his experience of mentoring trainees in one of our development programmes!

Achievements and challenges from breaking the test silo
06 April 2017 | Posted by Barry Smyth

A look back over the achievements and challenges of changes made to our testing capability.

Technology Governance at Kainos
22 March 2017 | Posted by Peter Campbell

Does your organisation have technology governance? Find out how we work in this blog from our Digital CTO and Deputy CTO.

My Earn as you Learn Experience – part 2
01 March 2017 | Posted by Deaglan Marken

In the next of our Earn as you Learn blog series, Deaglan talks about his first steps at Kainos, and how he’s settled into the role.

Charity Volunteering days – here’s how I used mine!
17 February 2017 | Posted by Plamena Solakova

Plamena was the first Kainos employee to undertake a Charity Volunteer day. Here’s just a little about what she did!

My Earn as you Learn experience – part 1
12 February 2017 | Posted by Deaglan Marken

In the next of our Earn as you Learn blog series, Deaglan talks about applying to the scheme, and his tips for the interview process!