In the last few years “Green Taxes” have been an important part of the Chancellor’s annual budget speech. Environmental factors are increasingly used to justify amendments to Government tax policy. But are there significant tax advantages to be gained? Sharon Bedford, tax partner at James Cowper LLP will attempt to answer this question by examining… Read more »
Wednesday 7 April, 6.00pm for 6.30pm – 8.30pm Science Oxford Live, St Clements, Oxford £20 +VAT (£10 +VAT for Science Oxford Networks Friends) *Free to students* HOW CAN YOU MAKE COLLABORATION A SUCCESS? Christine Reid, a partner at Northwood Reid, will explore the issues, focusing in particular on the support materials available online and how… Read more »
Non Functional Testing The quality of software has a massive impact on its success or failure. Yet, paradoxically, few people fully test all of the quality aspects of their software. In this talk Julian Harty of Google explores testing those all important non-functional aspects, ranging from accessibility to performance, security and usability. Venue Sophos… Read more »
February 18, 2010 7:00pm for 7:30 start You have likely already used them when you visit Google, Yahoo or Microsoft mapping services. Paul Stanton will be on hand to explain geospatial systems, their key features and how they can be integrated with other key information systems in the enterprise. For more information please visit… Read more »
The University of Southampton School of Mathematics is partnering with BCS, GCHQ, Trinity College Cambridge and IBM to bring you Harry’s Game. This is aimed at school children to challenge them in not only solving puzzles but producing their own! Take a look at the Challenge Website for more information.