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Dominic Bisset 20/03/2024

Data Quest 2024 Round Up

On Friday, Village Software held its fourth edition of Data Quest, a data mining competition for students. Here's what went down.

Helen Macaskill 23/03/2023

My Latest Adventure – Helping and Learning at SQLBits 2023

Every year, hundreds of data experts and enthusiasts from all around the world gather ranks for SQLBits, the largest data platform conference in Europe. This year’s event…

Cassie Wong 20/02/2023

Cassie spends three inspiring days at NDC London

Cassie Wong was flying the flag for Village Software at last month’s NDC London conference - one of Europe’s largest events for .NET and Agile Development.

Dominic Bisset 25/02/2020

Data Quest 2020 Round Up

Village Data Quest 2020 has finished! Twenty-two students from various universities in the Liverpool area descended upon our office last Friday to demonstrate their data …

Johnny Read 14/08/2019

The Liverpool Data Science & Analytics gathering is returning on 17th of September

Liverpool Data Science & Analytics (DS&A) meetup aims to bring together a community of people who are interested in all things data. This group is having a bit of…


MIA 2019 Winner - DriverNet

St Helens-based DriverNet, has won this year’s highly contested Merseyside Innovation Awards (MIA), hosted at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa, Liverpool. Since 1…


Machine Learning at SQLBits

I had my first look into the data science domain just over a month ago. Here at Village, we had a machine learning research day. The day itself was an interesting experie…

Johnny Read 25/02/2019

Machine Learning Fun

A January Friday we had a machine learning research day, a team of Village Engineers got together to look at an industrial machine learning problem.   Everybody likes a p…

Dominic Bisset 13/06/2018

Celebrating Margaret's 25th year at Village

Last week we celebrated Margaret’s 25th anniversary at Village. From her accidental fall into programming many years ago while inventing a function-like notation for knit…