A conference like the London Perl Workshop which offers a great community event at no cost to its attendees is reliant on sponsorship. Each year it is a pleasure to welcome back a fantastic group of sponsors and to welcome new faces to our event.

If you would like to consider joining the list of sponsors below then please take a look at our sponsorship packages. For all of those who visit the event or support the London Perl Workshop please consider visiting our sponsors and if you meet them in person thank them for their continued efforts to support our community and its projects and events.

Gold Sponsors

Eligo

Eligo are a niche boutique recruitment consultancy with a team of dedicated Perl Consultants. We live and breathe our markets. In fact we like to think we are as passionate about the sector as those who work within it. If you want proof of it stop by and meet Rick Deller one of our Senior Perl Consultants.

Because we understand the market shifts, history and challenges, we are able to provide honest and accurate insight into the market in terms of new entrants to the market, company growth, new products, opportunities, candidate availability, salary surveys, industry standards, competitor information etc. We are able to find you the right person and/or job whether you are looking for-Permanent, Temporary and Fixed Term Contracts

We specialise in and have experience in recruiting Perl Specialists across a wide range of sectors, roles typically include: Junior Developers; Senior Developers; Lead Developers; DevOps; Development Managers; Head of IT.

Whether you are looking for a role or a candidate in the UK, Europe or US, we can help. Please come to see us at the workshop or get in touch before on 020 8944 4187, Rick@eligo.co.uk, on Twitter via @PerlRick, Eligo technical. Connect with Rick on LinkedIn.

Perl Careers

Perl Careers is a Perl-focused recruitment consultancy, run by a CPAN contributor with a recruitment background, rather than by a non-technical person. I can understand the skills you're looking to hire for, make sense of your GitHub profile, and offer specific Perl-related career and salary advice. I am very picky about only recruiting for companies I'd want to work at, and placing candidates who I'd want to work with. I'd love to talk to you if you think you might be either.

If you're a candidate and you'd like a second pair of eyes on your CV or résumé, want a confidential run-down on a company you're thinking of applying for (whether or not we work with them), want some recommendations on what employers are looking for, or want to know if you're being paid properly, I'd be happy to have an informal chat.

If you're a hiring manager and you'd like some advice on your job ads, some thoughts on free and paid channels for advertising for candidates, guidance on market salaries, or if you're non-technical and just need some help fleshing out what your actual requirements are, I'd be happy to have a commitment free chat.

Most of the candidates I place weren't actively looking for roles, and weren't available to traditional recruiters. Many of the most rewarding companies to work for aren't actively looking to hire, but if a recruiter who understands the candidate's strengths and the company's needs puts them together, they'll find a place. You can email me at: pete@perl.careers

CV-Library

CV-Library is the UK's leading independent job board and we are experts in recruitment. We take pride in hosting over 170,000 jobs across all sectors for the nation's job seekers, and supporting recruiters and employers with our quality services.

Founded in 2000, the platform has been powered by Perl since the beginning and now supports over 4.3 million unique visitors a month.

CV-Library is proud to be a long time sponsor of LPW and supporter of the Perl community. In 2017 we were the first company to join the CPAN Pull Request Challenge as a team and by speaking and blogging about this we hope to have started a trend! We hosted the London.pm Technical Meeting in June last year, and we contribute back by open sourcing code where possible via our CPAN and GitHub accounts. This year, our Tech Director Katherine is one of the LPW organisers and Colin (one of our Senior Devs) is talking about Security Education for Developers.

Day to day, the dev team deliver features using high quality modern code, code reviews, automated tests and continuous deployment.

In our Fleet and London offices, we have opportunities for developers and testers at every level, so please introduce yourself on the day to Katherine or Roxanne, or check out our vacancies and our tech blog.

Silver Sponsors

Oleeo

Oleeo, formerly WCN, is an award-winning provider of innovative talent acquisition technology. Built using intelligent automation and machine learning, Oleeo’s platform helps companies discover unlimited sourcing potential to attract, engage and hire amazing, diverse teams that change the world for the better. Our mission is to help recruiters do that faster and more efficiently than ever before.

Utilise our intelligent automation to help secure exceptional talent with rapid time-to-hire. Enjoy the massive rewards experienced by our customers, including Marks & Spencer, Morgan Stanley, Metropolitan Police, Civil Service Resourcing, John Lewis Partnership. Benefit from our bespoke, prescriptive intelligence and pinpoint perfect candidates who can steer your business forwards at every level. We offer one complete talent acquisition system end-to-end: Attract, engage, monitor, interview, hire & onboard without any compromise on candidate quality.

Bronze and Community Sponsors

Camelia is the spokesbug for Perl 6, the spunky little sister of Perl 5. Like her world-famous big sister, Perl 6 intends to carry forward the high ideals of the Perl community.
Adzuna is a search engine for job ads used by over 10 million visitors per month that aims to list every job, everywhere.
Geekuni is an institute providing online courses for learning to develop software using Perl.