On the surface, Ocado.com is the world’s largest online-only grocery retailer. Customers use our award winning mobile applications and website to place their orders, which are packed in our world–class automated warehouses, and delivered in one hour time slots.
Look under the surface however, and you’ll unearth a dynamic technology company that has the look, feel and culture of an innovative software start-up - Ocado Technology. That’s because we develop all the software that powers Ocado in-house.
We have developed the Code for Life initiative to help support primary school teachers deliver the new computer science curriculum with the aim of equipping every child in the country with the “coding survival skills” that will enable them to flourish in an increasingly digital world.
The Code for Life site and Rapid Router app would not have been possible without the time and skills volunteered by our talented developers and creatives.
Thank you, Christopher Richard James Brett, Paul Heideman, Matt Whelan, Anders Schuller, Edd Armitage, Ruth Wall, Nel Sui, Ben Cardy, Andrew Miller, Andre Gomes, Oliver Cartz, Stephen Kennedy, Lloyd Allen, Barry Parker, Blazej Strozewski, James Dimmock, Marcin Zieba, Mike Bryant, Paul Wright, Saparbek Smailov, Shubham Jain, Sophie Taylor, Will Peck, Mahana Clutha, Kenny MacMillan, Ana Crisan, Helen Mead, Kristian Brugts, Michael Storey, Rachel Lord, Bree King, Chris Pavli, Paulina Koch, Matthew Daggitt, Robert Brignull, Joseph Zammit, Joe Slade, James Smyth, Cherie Pun.
We would also like to thank our friends who have contributed to this initiative, including BCS Academy of Computing, Barefoot Computing, Computing at School, The National Museum of Computing, Imperial College London, M&C Saatchi, Alvaro Ramirez, Jason Fingland, Ramneet Loyall, Sharon Harrison, Keith Avery, Pressure Cooker Studios, GAL Education, Hope Education.