BCS Roger Needham Lecture 2009

Dr Byron Cook, Microsoft Research and Queen Mary University of London  Proving the programs eventually do something good Software failures can be sorted into two groups: those that cause the software to crash, and those that result in the software hanging. Although crashes are frustrating, we at least know that we must take drastic action… Read more »

BCS Kingston & Croydon Branch: Microsoft Roadmap

BCS Kingston & Croydon Branch Event Wednesday 4th November 2009 18:00 for 18:30 Event concludes with meet the speaker & refreshments Davidson Building, Southampton Street, London, http://www.bcs.org//upload/pdf/london-office-guide.pdf Synopsis John Noakes will discuss Microsoft’s strategy, direction and roadmap for the coming years with an emphasis on client, server and cloud computing. He will also feature the… Read more »

Inclusiv-IT-y 2009

When: 3 November Where: BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA Time: 09:30hrs – 15:30hrs Do you cater to the IT needs of disabled people? Inclusiv-IT-y 2009 is a one day event providing a comprehensive background on what BCS is doing to enlighten its members on making IT accessible for… Read more »

BCS North London Branch: Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Innovation & Entrepreneurship – Are these the key ingredients to long term economic survival? Wednesday, October 21, 2009 from 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM BCS 1st floor, 5 Southampton Street Covent Garden, London Apparently tough times can be good for you, especially as necessity and scarcity can often lead to innovation and entrepreneurship. It’s no… Read more »