Blog posts by Clare Young

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    dxw women and Ada Lovelace Day

    One of the aims of Ada Lovelace Day is to increase the profile of women in STEM so 3 women from dxw have written about how they ended up working in tech.

  • Delivering public and voluntary sector projects in a remote world

    Last week, as part of the Leeds Digital Festival I chaired a panel on delivering public and voluntary sector projects in a remote world.

  • Delivery management principles at dxw

    At dxw, we’ve created a set of principles for each profession that describe how we live up to our values. I’ve written about our delivery principles.

  • dxw welcomes the updated Government Service Standard

    We’ve been following and contributing to the work that’s happening on the new Government Service Standard and we’re really excited to see it published.

  • Meltdown and Spectre

    At the beginning of 2018, two classes of attacks on computer processors (CPUs) were announced, Meltdown and Spectre, which will require updates to be applied both to desktop and server systems. These vulnerabilities affect almost all computers worldwide. dxw would like to reassure all our clients and the organisations that we work with, that we […]

  • Introducing our first Head of Delivery, Clare Young

    Hello, I’m Clare, dxw’s first Head of Delivery 🙂 I have spent most of my career building delivery teams in the public and charity sector. I started at the Government Digital Service working with central government departments to get them prepared for the GOV.UK public beta. I loved the agile, user-centred approach to public service […]