Latest news && updates from Cortex HQ.
where, how.. what. wait. it's 2020? crumbs.
the monthly newsletter. 3 months after the last one.
because the "developers built this" look is sooo 1990s
and there was us thinking wifi was taking over
especially for us... we didn't need ten good reasons to offer Jason a job.
our work place is like all work places (honest)
Nobody mention that it was supposed to launch in January...
packed full of jam and marmite
I will save you the cryptic Counting Crows reference
It's not just shiny over-priced cheese graters you know
We'd been doing really well about getting these things out on time. But this is a good one.
Meet Cortex's latest indoctrinee - Jonny Spice Boy no. 5.
That's two months in a row where the newsletter has been out on time. Woooo.
RPA can become the sticky plaster of the business process world. It’s great in the short-term but nobody wants to wear plasters forever.
On the state of AI in 2019; it ain't all skynet and glowing eyes
Opinion: what opportunities exist for Guernsey to use modern technology?
Not all innovation is disruptive.
Seriously. Nobody needs a folding phone. But that's not the point.
We've sent out the latest newsletter - it's the Feb edition - in March.
Matt's getting his speak on - relentlessly
Thoughts on where to start coding if you fancy a career in tech
Alexa... are you listening to me?
Is automation going to put us all out of a job?
Everyone got really excited about blockchain and then it sort of just - stopped being interesting.
Interview with Marc Beavan and Matt Thornton - Founders of Cortex Technologies - an innovate Guernsey technology startup.
The first of 8 entries in The Panel - this week - our top tech trends for 2019
Well. Crikey. What's in store?
how is it nearly the end of the year?
Welcome to George... how will he fare using a Mac?
Because you don't get enough spam as it is.
Yay for growing the team!
OK, hiring is becoming a bit frenetic now. Must calm down a bit.
You get an orange penguin. It won't make any sense to you.
We're pretty rubbish at this whole new instachatgrambooker stuff.
Can't keep the 'hello' thing going - despite that being the obvious intro
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Ah, the old hello world post. It had to be done really. Cliched, maybe - but that's us. Or is it?