Ignoring the much derided “Silicon Roundabout” name, the area around London’s Old Street in East London has been gaining a reputation for attracting some of the best technology start-ups in the world – and next month their “milkround” job fair is back – dubbed Silicon Milkroundabout.
The folks from social music gig organising tart-up Songkick organised last years event and it was a massive success – and this time its even bigger – meaning more opportunities for both recent graduates and experienced jobseekers looking for exciting roles in start-ups as developers, software engineers, sysadmins, and QA specialists.
Why join a start-up? Because you can influence how the company and product develops, because small highly talented teams means working closer as a group, and because you will be personally involved in the exciting highs and lows of the roller-coaster ride that is starting up a company.
Interested? Silicon Milkroundabout will be held between 11am and 5pm on Sunday the 30th of October at The Old Truman Brewery, T1 space – Entry at 81 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL.
[Photograph courtesy of Sarp]