Pythian Postcards: Toulouse, France … by way of Mexico

Welcome to post number one in our new “Pythian Postcards” series! These posts will spotlight Pythian employees living all over the world, to let Pythian employees learn more about each other and showcase the diversity of the Pythian workforce. We…

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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Next Virtual Learning Event

COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted every aspect of our lives this year. But in July, in spite of all the upheaval, the All India Oracle Users Group (AIOUG) still managed to hold its annual Oracle Groundbreakers Yatra conference. By moving the…

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We Need More Women in Tech!

Two years ago, I joined Pythian. This was my introduction to working in “tech.” The only hint of what working in tech might be like came from binge watching TV series such as “Silicon Valley” and movies like “The Social…

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What to Expect When Interviewing with Pythian

Welcome to Pythian’s recruitment process! We haven’t met yet, but if you’re considering a role here at Pythian, you’ll likely be speaking with me or one of my colleagues on the Talent Acquisition team.  What We Do Our purpose at…

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Ten Tips When Working from Home During These COVID-19 Times

During this COVID-19 time, business is no longer as usual. Recently I have had a few contacts asking me for tips on how to work remotely. Why? Well, I have been working from home for ten years now. Working remotely, …

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22 Ways to Make Remote Work, Work!

If I offered you a job that would allow you to live anywhere you wanted, where you could wake up and start work at any time, and never be stuck in traffic… would that check some of the boxes on…

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Achieving rock-solid maintenance with template-based action plans

Pythian has always been serious about reducing human mistakes. Our consultants have always been required to log all terminal outputs for the work we execute so that the information is available to our clients, and to make sure the same…

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A day in the life of a Red Cross volunteer

In addition to my day job working as a team manager at Pythian, I am fortunate to be part of a specialist Red Cross volunteer team called an Emergency Response Unit (ERU). There are many of these ERUs around the…

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First time presenter, what a feeling!

It’s been a couple weeks now, and the dust has settled but not the sentiment. I am talking about my very first public presentation performed at Spain Oracle Users Group (SPOUG) during the Technical SPOUG Day 2018 on September 25th….

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Mentorship can be a valuable tool for professional growth

Mentoring has been defined as a professional relationship between a mentor (more experienced) and a mentee (less experienced) to develop certain skills and knowledge that will enhance personal and professional growth. Mentors are usually assigned to junior members of a…

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