When I joined the computing industry (supply side) back in 1980, life was reasonably straight forward (on one level at least). You were either in mainframes or minicomputers. Those pesky toy personal computers arrived shortly afterwards.
The Agile Manifesto was written in 2001 and agile methods have seen widespread adoption since then. Many organisations have implemented agile methods in their software development departments. These include management processes such as sprints and scrums, to more technical practices such as automated unit testing and continuous integration.
Lycra-clad Tom Denwood, Executive Director at the Health and Social Care Information Centre and BCS Health Vice Chair (Policy and Strategy), examines the cycling, the health and wellbeing apps phenomenon.
Bruce Laurie and Stephen A. Roberts, University of West London, School of Computing and Technology, discuss the challenges and opportunities inherent in having an IT strategy in an ever changing world.