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Posts by Colt Technology Services

Sonia Boukari

I know Kung Fu and I like the fact that i could protect myself if I needed to. My uncle used to do Kung Fu so I started when I was four years old – I started watching Bruce Lee movies with him and then I was obsessed. For years I went in secret, then…

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Dorra Ben Naceur

The most influential person in my life is my mum, for all the reasons that you’d say your mum. She’s an incredibly strong woman. We moved a lot when I was young because my dad was in the army – from Tunisia to South Africa, Gabon, the U.S., London, France, then back to Tunisia. When…

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Christophe Dos Santos

Running a marathon is like throwing yourself into the dark – it’s frightening. Professional coaches say you should never run the marathon distance in training, only on the day, because it’s too much for the body to handle. Imagine, I’d only ever run 25 kilometres before, so during the marathon when I arrived at that…

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Meeting network demands in the age of OTT

Over-the-top (OTT) has officially gone mainstream. With the global market value of OTT expected to rise to €128 billion by 2022, businesses need to keep up with unprecedented levels of bandwidth demand.

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Colt Armed Forces Career Transition Programme

28th August 2019

We are proud to launch Colt’s Armed Forces Career Transition (ACT) Programme with an interactive, engaging event. Service leavers from across the UK will be coming together to gain an insight into a career in technology and what it can offer, in a fun, informal environment.

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Dan Cole

Having completed my A-levels I was not convinced that continuing further education was the right option for me, and so I set about considering what I could do next. I was successful in joining the royal Marines, a rather different and very challenging experience. The 6 years that I spent in the Marines were a…

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John Fitzpatrick

The night of the week I look forward to most is when I head out to the deepest depths of Essex with my trusty Gibson guitar in the trunk of the car to jam the night away in a three-piece rock band (still looking for a lead guitarist). Lead singer and rhythm guitar is my…

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Franck Farigoul

I love astronomy and taking pictures of astronomical events – I actually did a presentation to my colleagues a few months ago on it. It’s something outside the realm of the everyday. I’m interested in phenomenons that exist beyond our world and our atmosphere. It began ten years ago or so: when my daughter was…

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Daniela Sorriso

My little brother is 12 years younger than me and over the last year or so, he’s been saying to me that I’m  the father he’s never had. That makes me feel really proud. We grew up in Enna, in Sicily, and it was a difficult childhood – we grew up without a father, so…

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Jesus Leon

In 2009, the company I was working for at the time paid for me to come to the UK and study English. I’d been in Venezuela for 27 years so naturally, I was so excited. I remember when I landed and I got on the tube, I saw someone wearing a burqa for the first…

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Fahim Sabir

I think the most exciting project I’ve worked on at Colt is the one I’m working on at the moment, which is a network-on-demand platform for our customers. It’s a groundbreaking platform. It really changes the game for how people access our services – things that used to take days to deliver now take minutes.

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