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What makes eve Networks work is the brains behind the business.

why eve Networks?

We’re revolutionising the ways that people work and that’s a rewarding duty. If you’re here, wondering if you should join us, here’s why some of our team love working here.

Rhiannon

what’s rewarding about working with us?

My colleagues, they put up with my incessant questions but I’m supported in my learning regarding the paths I can take.

your favourite perk?

The hot tap in the kitchen, as someone who drinks far too much tea [of any variety] it’s a wonder as you don’t have to wait for a kettle to boil.

what’s your technology highlight?

Probably the tower PC my grandad built for me when I was around 9 or 10, in retrospect I was the luckiest kid to have my own PC. So many hours were spent playing The Sims and messing around in Paint.

Joe

What’s rewarding about working with us?

The fluidity of the work cycles, the way we work means it’s rare I get bogged down in a single task for a long period. The constant updates to our portals means there are lots of moving parts and therefore never a dull day when trying to improve the users’ portals!

Your favourite perk?

Food is great, so free lunch is a major perk, especially now bacon is included on the van!

What’s your technology highlight?

I have a love for all things to do with space, so for me whilst probably boring for most I absolutely love the Hubble Space telescope. I feel that is an amazing piece of technology that has opened our eyes up to so much in the universe.

Alex

what’s rewarding about working with us?

I think the most rewarding thing about working for eve Networks is that the business is still of a size that your own personal contribution has a measurable impact on the business as a whole.

your favourite perk?

The showers are my favourite work perk – much needed after a 30km bike ride to work!

what’s your technology highlight?

My biggest tech inspiration was the Amstrad CPC 464 (with colour monitor) that my parents bought for me, my brother and sister for Christmas 1984. It kick-started a life-long interest in computer programming and technology in general. Way before Google made finding solutions to problems so easy you had to work stuff out for yourself and the skills I learnt back then still stand me in good stead now.

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