Welcome to the team Josh!

SA1 Solutions are happy to announce that we have added a new member to our Software Team! Josh joined the team a few months ago and has taken up the role of .Net Developer., focusing mainly on web and windows applications.

After completing his BSc Computer Science degree at Swansea University in July 2016 Josh was eager to find a role that allowed him to develop and grow his skills, but also allowed him to stay in the Swansea area. When the position became available at SA1 it seemed like the perfect fit! Josh has commented, “When I saw the advertisement for the position at SA1 I was really eager to apply, I already had some experience in using the tools and programme languages required for the job and was keen to develop my experience.”

Mark Evans, SA1’s Software Team Manager commented, “Here at SA1 our Software projects are growing rapidly and we realised that now was the best time to expand the team. We always look for someone that not only has the fundamental skills that are required, but mainly the work ethic and drive to further develop those skills. Josh seems like the perfect fit, he already had some experience and his eagerness to learn made him stand out.”

Simon Ahearne, SA1’s Managing Director has commented, “Since starting Josh has fitted in well within the SA1 environment and has become an essential part of the software team.”

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