Margo, Latitudes and makesense invite you to live a human and technological experience during the weekend of February 15th, February 16th: participating in a 24h Tech For Good Hackathon.
Many friends told me about their respective companies, but Margo seemed to have the highest standards, across its recruitment process and missions.
Since the emergence of Taylorism and of the specialized worker executing one specific task, working methods never stopped to evolve. Nowadays, in the era of self-management, we make sure that every employee has been given the keys to participate in the decision making process and to perform his mission.
In 2020, corporate investment in data projects is expected to exceed 203 billion dollars worldwide. But at a time when many are claiming to be Data Driven Companies, lots of data projects end in failure. Yet most of these failures are unnecessary and due to well-known causes! Focus on the recurrent pitfalls to avoid.
IT System Departments have incredibly high RUN costs and therefore, not enough budget to create new technologies needed for CHANGE. Margo accompanies its clients in the management of their project from creation to deployment of complex applications.
My project is particularly interesting: working in quantitative finance for one of the leading global investment banks is an amazing opportunity.
Regarding the blockchain technology, observers are endlessly debating many points which are, for the most part, totally false or at least only a very small side issue. And if there is one subject that has been debated for many months, it is for sure the energy-consuming aspect of blockchain. Thus, many experts argue about the misdeeds of blockchain on the environment, assuming that it is a real energy calamity for our planet. But then, who is really right in this battle between pro and anti blockchain on its energy consumption? Is there only one truth?
Margo was able to offer me interesting missions with transparent relationships with the clients. I felt in a bond of trust right away.