New Website Goes Live

Welcome to our new website!

We thought it was about time for a bit of a facelift – We’ve gone for a very clean and simple site this time with a focus on showcasing our portfolio of work. We hope you like it. Please let us know what you think.

Senior Developer Vacancy

Job Title: Senior Application Developer (C# ASP.Net, SQL Server, Mobile Platforms)

Hours: 40 Hours Per Week
Duration: Permanent / Full Time
Location: Our offices are based in Nuneaton Warwickshire.
Background:
Established in 2009, Conduce Software is a rapidly growing software house providing commercial packaged software and bespoke application development to the aviation and aerospace industries. Due to being awarded a number of long term contracts we are looking for an Application Developer to join our team. Most of our work involves developing applications for the web and for mobile platforms, such as iOS and Android. For more information about our ways of working please visit http://www.conduce.net/Software/
To be considered for this position, you must have the following skills:
Requirements:
At least two years commercial experience of software development in C# and MS SQL Server
C# and ASP.NET (.NET 3.5/4)
SQL Server 2008 R2/2012 – including database creation, design, alteration
Windows application development using WinForms and WPF
HTML (XHTML), CSS, JavaScript, AJAX techniques
Experience of working with a mobile platform such as iOS or Android
Strong, commercial understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle
Object orientated modelling and analysis
Understanding of Agile and XP methodologies, design patterns and principles
Ability to work within a close team.
Ability to accurately estimate and manage your own workload
Stable, honest and reliable
Strong customer focus
Fluent in English Language
Eligibility to work in the UK
Beneficial:
Experience within the aerospace or aviation sectors – especially working with applications for MRO, Flight Ops, EFB, etc.
Microsoft development qualifications, MCSD, MCAD
An interest in UX/UI design
This is an excellent opportunity for a software developer to join a dynamic and vibrant young business and to work with mission critical software in use within the airline industry. To apply for this position please contact Paul Saunders Operations Director by email on paul.saunders@conduce.net
We would like you to send your current CV, any other useful information you think might be appropriate to support your application and provide reasons why you think you would be great for this role. In particular, links to any of the following will help secure an interview
• GitHub account
• Stackoverflow profile
• Websites/Web applications you have developed
• Published Apps on either Apple App Store or Google Play StoreSTRICTLY NO AGENCIES!

 

Junior Developer Vacancy

Job Title: Junior Developer (C# ASP.Net, SQL Server)

Hours: 40 Hours Per Week
Duration: Permanent / Full Time
Location: Our offices are based in Nuneaton Warwickshire.
Background:
Established in 2009, Conduce Software is a rapidly growing software house providing commercial packaged software and bespoke application development to the aviation and aerospace industries. Due to being awarded a number of long term contracts we are looking for an Application Developer to join our team. Most of our work involves developing applications for the web and for iPad. For more information about our ways of working please visit http://www.conduce.net/Software/
To be considered for this position, you must have the following skills:
Requirements:
A strong understanding of .NET
C# and ASP.NET (.NET 3.5/4)
SQL Server 2008 R2/2012 – including database creation, design, alteration
Object orientated modelling and analysis
Windows application development using WinForms and WPF
HTML (XHTML), CSS, JavaScript, AJAX techniques
Ability to work within a close team.
Ability to accurately estimate and manage your own workload
Stable, honest and reliable
Strong customer focus
Fluent in English Language
Eligibility to work in the UK
Beneficial:
Experience within the aerospace or aviation sectors – especially working with applications for MRO, Flight Ops, EFB, etc.
Experience or a strong desire to work with mobile applications: iOS, Android, Windows RT (not Blackberry!)
Microsoft development qualifications, MCSD, MCAD
An interest in UX/UI design
This is an excellent opportunity for a software developer to join a dynamic and vibrant young business and to work with mission critical software in use within the airline industry. To apply for this position please contact Paul Saunders Operations Director by email on paul.saunders@conduce.net
We would like you to send your current CV, any other useful information you think might be appropriate to support your application and provide reasons why you think you would be great for this role. In particular, links to any of the following will help secure an interview
• GitHub account
• Stackoverflow profile
• Websites/Web applications you have developed
• Published Apps on either Apple App Store or Google Play Store
STRICTLY NO AGENCIES!

 

More YBoard Reviews

The last couple of weeks has seen a strange, but very welcome spike in sales of our iPad apps YBoard and Fatigue Survey. We’re up 600% on weekly sales over the past weeks with most downloads coming from the UK and Australia. We’ve no idea how or why this has occurred but its obviously very pleasing. The additional sales have led to a couple of new reviews and even a support call – we received our very first support request for YBoard from a user in Australia, who with some advice persevered and gave us a great review.

Here are the two latest reviews:

Great little app *****

by G Mouse – Version 2.0.2 – Apr 3, 2013

This is a fantastic little app – great for creating org charts, breakdown structures – anything that needs a lot of fluidity when creating.

 

Nice simple app *****

by ch53 – Version 2.0.2 – Apr 6, 2013

This nicely emulates the brainstorming process with Post-it notes. It took me a while to get the swipes working. A slow peel up movement to remove a note (from just below the note and stopping on it) – and the swipe to go to the home page needs to be be on a clear area without any Post-it on it (if you go over a Post-it it does not work) Developer responded really quickly to my enquiry and sorted these points out for me. Now I am using it very effectively and like it.

The increased sales of Fatigue Survey would indicate that the app is being used by a couple of operators in the UK and Australia. If you are a user of Fatigue Survey please get in touch and let us know what features you would like to see next and how we can make the app more useful for your operation.

Please get in touch if you would like to find out more about our iOS development capability.

[QUOTE] Christoph Niemann on Simplicity

At the recent Airline & Aerospace MRO & Operations IT Conference in Miami I showcased a new app by Christoph Niemann called Petting Zoo. I don’t think I made a very good job of pointing out the impact the Touch Screen Generation was going to have on the aviation industry in 15 years, but I was interested to see a write up by Christoph Niemann in the New Yorker on the story of his app.

In his article there is a brilliant line which sums up perfectly some of what I have been trying to express for the past 3 years on simplicity.

Simplicity is not about making something without ornament, but rather about making something very complex, then slicing elements away, until you reveal the very essence.

 

Global Tech Group Partner Conduce with eTechLog and EFB

Conduce is delighted to announce that Global Tech Group have been appointed as our exclusive sales partner for eTechLog & EFB for Australasia and the far East.

Global Tech Group, headed up by CEO Richard Vorias, is a business and technology services organization, specializing in bringing leading edge technology products and services to the Australasian and Asian markets. With a strong focus in both the aviation and information technology sectors, Global Tech Group is perfectly placed to help Conduce bring the proven eTechLog and EFB solution to the Australasian aviation sector.

Steve Russell, CEO of Conduce Group, commented. “At a personal level, we have worked with Richard for many years and recognize the knowledge and expertise that Global Tech Group have within the Aviation sector and the Australasian market. The Conduce eTechlog/EFB solution is an exciting new product that Global Tech is very familiar with and they are the perfect partner to work with to bring this technology to market in Australasia”

Richard Vorias, CEO of Global Tech Group added. “The Conduce eTechLog/EFB Solution is an ideal addition to our portfolio of technology products. The solution is already UK CAA approved and has many years of established ROI to one of the larger Airlines in the UK.  We have proactively approached CASA to obtain the necessary regulatory input and hence smooth the introduction of this service into the Australian Airline sector.

 

 

[SLIDES] Whatever happened to eTechlogs?

Here are the slides from my presentation on etechlogs from the Aircraft Commerce Airline & Aerospace MRO & Operations IT Conference on 20th March 2013.

I gave a case study on the pros and cons of implementing and using an electronic techlog which some people may call and electronic logbook or journey log.

Author: Paul Saunders

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