Am I right for the event?

Tickets are open to anyone who has experience or relevant, transferable skills in the job areas listed below (subject to availability):


Product, Marketing & Design

– digital marketing

– product management

– project & account management

– data & analytics

– growth hacking

– ux design

– ui & graphic design



– cto & management

– front-end, back-end & full stack development

– mobile development

– game development

– data science, ai & machine learning

– devops & sysadmin

– qa / testing

Our companies are looking for people with a passion for their product, their culture and the tech scene in general. There’s always a really broad range of experience levels from fresh graduates to C-level candidates, with 38% of attendees holding more than 5 years of experience. The skill sets range across the tech stack for developers as well as designers, product managers and marketers and we’ve split these role types across the two days to help you focus. Please see above for how the events are split.

Of course, every event is different, and the skills and knowledge that companies are looking for constantly changes. However, in recent events, our companies have generally look for the following:

1. For the Product, Marketing & Design Day on Saturday:

A lot of companies will be looking for UI/X, Visual Designers, ¬†Game Designers, Tech/Growth Marketers and Product Managers. There’s always been quite a bit of interest in Analytics and Marketing and Community Managers. We expect scatterings of companies looking to fill roles in Business Development & Intelligence.

2. For the Engineering Day on Sunday:

Lots of companies will be looking for a developer, mostly with a few years of experience. There’ll even be quite a few companies looking for CTOs! A high percentage of companies are interested in Java, Javascript, MySQL, MongoDB AWS, C++, Scala, Linux Objective-C, PHP, Python, Javascript and DevOps. There will be a lot of interest in Mobile Dev, iOS and Android. There have always been people interested in .NET, HTML/5, C# and Ruby at our events too.

If you’ve got friends with skills in demand? Make sure you let them know about Silicon Milkroundabout.

Last modified on November 24th, 2021