By | 04 Jul 2019

Junior talent join the skybook team

We're pleased to welcome Isaac Scarrott (pictured right) and Isaac Tennant (pictured left) as Junior Software Developers. They will be working on the skybook app alongside the development team.

They both have hands-on experience with software development as they join the team, having recently completed a degree in Computer Science from Lincoln University and Hull University respectively. Isaac. S was extremely pleased to receive a first and is now considering an MSc as he has a keen interest in the field of Data Science whilst Isaac. T received a 2:1. 

Bytron MD, Shane Spencer, commented on the latest hire: "We are currently on a recruitment drive for Software Developer's but we also believe in giving Junior Devs an opportunity to kick start their career.

Both Isaac's started with us in June and already they are working independently on some tasks. They are both driven and enthusiastic which is what we look for in prospective employees."       

The key areas they will initially focus on are learning the core parts of skybook including training in the basics of aviation. This involves a skills assessment which is used to build a tailored training agenda to help them understand the technology we use to build code and deploy products. 

We are always on the lookout for talent and we're currently recruiting for Software Developers. Further information is available on our careers page.



By | 04 Jul 2019

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