The Curve is pleased to announce that it will be the tech delivery partner for a new “Tech for Good” online mathematics platform which will help to improve pupils’ skills, confidence and ability in arithmetic skills. Ebrahim Tafti received an award of £25,000 as well as support from Let Teachers […]
Cavendish Cancer Care is a Sheffield based charity that provides support to local families affected by cancer. They give those affected and their families the chance to talk in confidence and offer complementary therapies to help alleviate both the emotional strain of cancer, and the physical side effects of the […]
Ethical Social Group (ESG), a tech company with a mission to rebuild social platforms for good, has appointed The Curve as one of their Technology Delivery Partners. The Macclesfield-based group was established in 2019, and aims to deliver a suite of next-generation social applications that place member privacy, security, fun […]
Back in March, our team at The Curve responded to the challenges and uncertainty brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We pulled together to do what we could to help one another out, both personally and professionally. During those early days of the crisis, we launched In It Together – […]
These are uncertain times, and we're adapting the way that we operate to support businesses and communities. Effective immediately we at The Curve are announcing that we will work for any business that is driving social benefit, change, tackling the global challenge or similar for no more than cost. We are working with a number of organisations at no cost to bring out services that we believe will support the community at large.
A Sheffield based software development and technology consultancy, has moved in to its first office – located at OXO House in Sheffield – following unprecedented demand for its services after one year in business. The new 1,900 sq ft office space, located in the heart of Sheffield beside the River […]
Last night Paul and I were speaking at Sheffield DevOps about the journey to serverless and how you can run an entire Rails app without a server!
We're announcing today that we're joining Sheffield Technology Parks as Entrepreneurs in Residence. Our team will be mentors and coaches to the Cooper Project start-ups that are part of the Technology Parks incubation programme.
I'm excited to announce that Melise Jones is joining the team as Business Development Director. Melise brings 30 years of experience in the technology sector delivering customer-facing solutions and services, with at least 15 of those years spent in senior leadership roles. Welcome Melise!
Last night, Paul Ridgway, talked about Scalable Monitoring Dashboard with Commodity Hardware at Sheffield DevOps. Here are our slides, check them out!