The RDT office is buzzing with activity today as it’s our graduate recruitment day.
Over the course of the day we will have ten graduates coming in to give them an opportunity to see our office and the way we work, and to give us an opportunity to talk to them about their experiences and find out a little about them and what they have to offer.
The graduates are seeking graduate software engineer and graduate QA engineer roles here at RDT. (more…)
RDT’s 2018 social calendar kicked off last week with a visit to our local ten pin bowling alley.
Twelve staff members from the Kings Hill office spent the evening engaged in intense competition, with last year’s champion Will O’Shea being beaten by Debbie King who had the highest score of the evening with 151 in the second game, and highest overall score of 266. Will had an overall score of 254.
The evening was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.
Hi, my name is Adam Page and I work as a software engineer at RDT.
I joined RDT in September 2011 as part of an apprenticeship scheme in software development.
For the first few years at RDT I got to learn a lot about the software lifecycle in general. As well as growing my own knowledge in software development I had ample opportunities to understand QA processes, requirements gathering and analysis, and client communications.
Since then I’ve had the pleasure of witnessing RDT grow in many ways and it has been great to be a part of it. I’ve worked with different teams on many projects, ranging from extending the elaborate feature set of RDT’s flagship product Landscape, to greenfield web development where I was involved from the earliest design stages. (more…)