Why we started

Approximately 16.7% of computer science graduates from under-represented groups remain unemployed after university.

Majority lack experience, confidence or ability.

Limited understanding of the tech industry.

Unprepared for the difficulty of technical interviews.

Since 2016, we’ve been on a mission to increase the number of talented individuals from under-represented groups working in the tech industry.

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People supported across their journey in tech

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Recent graduates working for some of the UK’s largest tech companies

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People from under-represented groups

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Women in tech

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Universities across the country

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Work in DevOps and Cybersecurity

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Work in non-technical roles

Our experience at university and speaking with others made us realise the importance of Xuntos

Bernard Kambasha - Co-founder

Meet the Instructors

These are the people behind the scenes, keeping the show running!



Recruitment Lead

Ola Otaiku

Ola is a software Engineer at Booking.com, he is currently building APIs that enable customers to book and pay for every aspect of their travel experience seamlessly.

Ola graduated with a Computer Science at the University of Hull in 2018, where he launched Xuntos and co-founded UK Black Tech.

He has been recognised by Tech Nation as one of the 50 most inspiring, prominent, and influential black voices in the country.

Andre Hitchman

Andre is the co-founder of Xuntos and Software Engineer specialising in Android Mobile development at Kin + Carta, working as a consultant building technology products for some of the UK’s leading brands such as Tesco, Shell and Rail Delivery Group.

He graduated with a Computer Science degree from the University of Hull in 2016.

Bernard Kambasha

Bernard is Senior Solution Architect at Capgemini transforming digital workplaces one project at a time. He is passionate about using technology to solve organisational challenges.

He graduated from the University of Hull, where studied Computer Science.

Bernard joined the Vodafone technology graduate scheme where he found the passion for architecting in cloud environments and is now a certified AWS cloud Architect.