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  • Hedgehog
    Brian Runciman MBCS attended the first of a new type of BCS event in October 2015. It covered the very important subject, in line with BCS’s stated aim of making IT good for society, of the problems surrounding IT recruitment and capability.
  • Brain Signals
    Charles Ross and Max Jamilly look at how computers can help us extend our individual powers of learning and understanding and move us towards prosthetic brains.
  • Paints And Palette
    Nicholas D. Evans FBCS looks at the future IT skills that will be needed as the digital business era evolves. Organisations have to select from a palette of new technologies to enable their strategies for transforming business models, processes, products and services.
  • Businessmen Using Laptop
    Lisa Payne PhD MBCS discusses issues related to computing education and the IT skills gap and makes some suggestions for employers, BCS and universities.
  • Screwdriver And Screw
    In the BCS member’s LinkedIn group there has been recent debate on the topic ‘Is IT recruitment broken?’ Much comment from BCS members is to the effect that it is. So what’s the problem?

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