Sydney Subritzky-Baggaley

STEM Inspiration Awards

This year, we’ve had a brilliant run with award wins and shortlists. To name a few of our wins, we received an accreditation from Investors in People, along with the Health and Wellbeing award. Craig was recognised at the Big Chip Awards 2018 for exceptional leadership, and we also won the Community Commitment Gold Award…

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We had a blast!

Last weekend we took part in one of the most colourful events of the year – Dr Kershaw’s Hospice Colour Blast Run!! A group of 13 Webbies ran (or walked) around Alexandra Park on Sunday, while being blasted with colourful powdered paint. Dr Kershaw’s Hospice provides specialist palliative care for adults with non-curable, life-limiting illnesses…

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Game on for Webbie Netball!!

Slices of oranges laid out, bottles of water at the ready and a group of excitable Webbies. Finally, the day had arrived where, in teams, we would go head-to-head in a game of netball at Oldham Leisure Centre. For those who don’t know, warming up is one of the most important parts of exercising to…

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The Industrial Placement Experience

Every year, we take on paid industrial placement students for 12 months between the penultimate and final years of their undergraduate degrees. We look for Software Engineers that are passionate about learning and spreading knowledge. Whilst working at Web Applications UK, responsibilities across the entire software development cycle are covered. An industrial placement at Web…

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Imposter Syndrome and Mental Health

As you may have seen in a previous blog post written by the lovely Rebecca Lawton, Web Apps is focusing on improving the wellbeing of their employees, both mentally and physically. We are looking to make a positive change through the way we talk and act about mental health, which is why we invited Gavin…

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