Looking back over this year’s internship programme

Looking back over this year’s internship programme

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And a glimpse of what next year may hold! The annual intern fair is a firm favourite in the Ocado Technology calendar, and with the broad selection of projects ranging from MMO game design, to robotic simulation, to interactive product roadmaps, who can blame us? Our longstanding internship programme has been a fantastic success over […]

Learn to Code in Augmented Reality

Learn to Code in Augmented Reality

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Using ARKit to put Rapid Router in the real world Code for Life’s first open source game, Rapid Router, introduces primary school children to the world of coding as they program a van using Blockly and Python to navigate different road maps, visiting houses along the way to deliver groceries (if you haven’t already, give […]

Keeping up to date with machine learning at Ocado

Keeping up to date with machine learning at Ocado

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Data science and machine learning are both incredibly fast-moving fields. Every year seems to bring new breakthroughs in algorithms as well as new tools to use them. There were over 2,000 machine learning papers submitted to Arxiv in a single month, which makes keeping up to date a daunting task, particularly in areas in which […]

Alexa, ask Ocado to add tea to my trolley

Alexa, ask Ocado to add tea to my trolley

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For many years, the e-commerce team at Ocado Technology has been proudly pushing the boundaries of software development by releasing the most comprehensive and intuitive grocery shopping apps for iOS, watchOS and Android. Today, we are very excited to add a new platform to our line-up as Ocado is officially releasing a skill for Alexa, […]

Women in technology: creating a positive outlook

Women in technology: creating a positive outlook

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There are many women talking about their experiences in technology through mediums such as blogs, interviews, and Twitter. They often highlight issues relating to gender discrimination that women face in the industry every day. These are stories that need to be told, and it’s crucial that we continue to raise awareness in this space. However, […]

The software routing 260,000 grocery deliveries a week

The software routing 260,000 grocery deliveries a week

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If you’re a computer science aficionado, you may be familiar with the travelling salesman problem: given a list of different cities and the distances between them, how can a salesman visit each city once using the shortest possible route and then end up back where he started. This is possibly the most popular example of […]

An insight into learning representations – ICLR 2017

An insight into learning representations – ICLR 2017

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I was pleased to discover that the topics discussed at this year’s International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR 2017) tie in closely with some of the key projects the 10x team are working on day-to-day at Ocado Technology. 10x focuses on creating transformational improvements that have the potential to revolutionise our business; this article offers […]

How to assemble a crack AI team

How to assemble a crack AI team

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Applied correctly, AI can revolutionize your business, help you streamline processes, create exciting new products, and fully harness the data at your disposal. So how do you go about setting up a team capable of turning raw data into new technology? What are the skills and types of people you need and where do you […]

Using GitLab for Android development

Using GitLab for Android development

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When I joined Ocado Technology a few years ago, we weren’t using anything like GitHub or GitLab. Being given access to GitLab was therefore a huge step forward for the mobile team. Previously, our approach consisted of many different tools: Jenkins for Continuous Integration Jira for task management Crucible for code reviews Gitolite repository for source control If you […]

Four reasons to be happy about the release of Kubernetes 1.7

Four reasons to be happy about the release of Kubernetes 1.7

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We’ve been keen advocates of Kubernetes since its inception, and the latest release has piqued our interest even more. As the container management system has been adopted in more production environments, it has continued to deliver significant improvements and upgrades, demonstrating that the Kubernetes community isn’t likely to become complacent anytime soon. Kubernetes was initially […]

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