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Published by Julia Adamson on 2018-06-19
We're all aware our subject is fragile, the recently published report from Roehampton point this out but provides little context or explanations. Julia Adamson (Director of Education, BCS) points out ...
Published by Simon Humphreys on 2018-06-18
Over 40 workshops, 4 plenaries, 300 people, 48 speakers and 1 massive cake. The 10th Annual CAS Conference (Bham) was held on June 16th. Here's a brief summary.
Published by Claire Davenport on 2018-06-20
The winners of the recent CAS Hub Group Awards were announced at the CAS Conference Saturday 16 June, University of Birmingham.
Published by Claire Wicher on 2018-06-07
Including Computer Science in the curriculum is a positive move for an increasingly digital nation. The UK is facing a huge skills shortage, and yet the number of students taking the subject is declini...
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