CodeMill is a not-for-profit initiative providing training, education, and consulting in digital skills for the highly-connected future of IoT, wearables, low-power devices, and smart industrial automation, alongside key practices such as operability, testability, agile & lean, and team skills.
We have established a collaboration between employers, recruiters, schools & colleges, and voluntary groups designed to help meet the huge demand for digital skills in the UK. By tailoring the training in digital skills to meet the needs of employers, we are building a more secure future for people in the UK.
Digital skills are more than just “code”. For an effective digital economy we need a wide variety of people:
- Software / firmware / hardware developers and designers
- User Experience (UX) people
- Agile coaches
- Delivery and infrastructure engineers
- Product Owners
We also need people from a wide range of backgrounds so that our problem-solving is accelerated. This is why we invest in people from all backgrounds.
CodeMill is backed by Software Engineering Practice Limited, the company behind PIPELINE Conference and London Continuous Delivery meetup group. Based in the UK, Software Engineering Practice encourages good practice, diversity, and professionalism in software engineering.