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    Barbie 2014: Condemning girls to be a hopeless technophobe?

      A children’s book entitled ‘I can be a Computer Engineer’ has sparked outrage. It has been condemned for its misogynistic plotline and the extent to which this message perpetuates gender stereotypes. Barbie in 2014 should not be reduced to a helpless technophobe. The book aimed at three to seven year olds features the quintessential female toy Barbie, trying to work out problems she is faci […]

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    November Consultant of the Month (North America)

    Congratulations to Shane White, our November Consultant of the Month for North America! Shane studied Computer and Electronics Technology at Devry University and is currently on-site with UBS. He works on the Main Trading floor, supporting the suite of applications used by the Cash/Equities, Derivatives and Program Trading Desks. Shane said, “I really appreciate the honor and the tools FDM gave me […]

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    Poppy deinstallation at the Tower

    This week FDM was involved with the mammoth task of deinstalling the poppies from the Tower of London. On a rainy afternoon, colleagues from the London office and I joined a team of volunteers in the moat to get involved with picking, dismantling and packing the poppies. We met at Tower Vaults entrance and checked in to receive our honouree badges for the day. We had a short briefing and were then […]

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    Unlock the door to your future: attend a careers fair

    The 2014 University Of Southampton Information Technology, Science and Engineering fair listed an impressive number of exhibiting organisations, all hopeful to entice a wide spectrum of driven students who were looking to get ahead for next year’s recruitment cycle. With over 100 companies and a campus full of excited students crowding around, itching for the latest freebies, it was wonderful to s […]

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