All posts of Edward de Groot

Lead React & Node.js Developer

Position Overview Relevant Bits is seeking a Lead Developer to work with our team and our premier clients. This role will report to the CTO and be responsible for leading development on React and Node.js projects. The successful candidate will work closely with various stakeholders, including developers, designers, project managers, and product owners to ensure […]

AWS Devops Engineer

This role is a part-time role for a 1-2 month contract (subject to availability, possibility to extend) Position Overview Relevant Bits is seeking a Devops Engineer to work with our team and our premier clients. This role will report to the CTO and be responsible for migrating a Node/React based system to a new AWS […]

Developer Internship

Position Overview Relevant Bits is seeking fill a Developer Internship to work with our team and our premier clients. The successful candidate will work closely with various mentors, including developers, designers, project managers, and product owners to ensure deliverables meet expectations. Responsibilities Develop new micro-service functions Develop new user-facing components Attend sprint cadence meetings Participate […]
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45. In a world without offices, what is a company?

I spent over 20 years defining my identity within the walls of a corporate office. Outside of the work, which most days I loved, that space created memories, laughter, joy, sadness, and relationships that I treasure to this very day. I enjoyed tossing around an idea at a colleague’s desk, brainstorming in front of a […]
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Are computers biased? Knowing the risks of machine learning

We live in a world with an exponential dependence on artificial intelligence and machine learning. From fraud detection to medical diagnostics, we trust computers to handle an increasing number of tasks once managed by their human counterparts. But in doing so, can we be confident that the decisions and recommendations are made free of bias […]