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Bryan Hickson
Works at Allied Irish Banks
Lives in Dublin, Ireland


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As the Head of Cloud Strategy & Services, I am responsible for the development of AIB's Group Cloud Strategy & supporting competency. Together with a team of specialists we will be building a transformed IT service model which offers a flexible, agile service with an accelerated delivery platform, while reducing risk and increasing value for the Bank and our clients.
  • Allied Irish Banks
    Head of Cloud Strategy & Services, 2016 - present
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Dublin, Ireland
Really enjoyed my cranberry sausage roll on the way home from town today #sneakytreat #yum
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
We've been enjoying this cafe for breakfast on sundays now and again for a while. The staff are friendly and the restaurant itself is pretty comfortable but the real draw is the food they do a lovely breakfast, really good quality ingredients especially the pudding. The rest of the menu is worth checking out but do try the pancakes too! The location is a bit awkward as there isn't much parking close by, the streets nearby are residential and can be full, but it's not the worst idea having a bit of a walk after a huge breakfast.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Very interesting tour with a great view over the tops of the city from the belfry. Well worth a visit due to the historical value alone.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Very traditional fry, good for the morning before or after a big session. Great value for money too, you won't leave hungry
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
12 reviews
Very French, very fine a lovely spot tucked away behind Powerscourt townhouse. Have the scallops, amazing!! Great service and a really good atmosphere. Will be back again.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
If you can get a good price it's a good clean hotel, quite comfortable and handy for the city centre. Cheap and cheerful for when you want a good bed in the city
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Great craic, 10 of us went and did a Grand Prix. It was 45 a head and everyone got lots of driving in, plenty of sore arms afterwards. If you can get the downstairs track that's the best in my view. It has 2 wicked hairpins, one in r middle and the last corner. The fact it's indoor is great for the old Irish weather too. Some of the cars are slow or pull to one direction... Ask to change and keep an eye on the car numbers.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago