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  • BIO IT Manager, David Lightfoot MBCS explains why it is ‘peoplecare’, above all of management’s functions, that is most important in building a successful company.
  • BCS Internet Specialist Group member, Anuradha Udunuwara, questions whether the internet of things should really be known as the network of things.
  • The report, ‘Life in ‘likes’ published today by the Children’s Commissioner provides an important snapshot of the way children are continuing to evolve their relationship with digital technology, with each other, and the wider world through digital technology. It continues to be the case that there is a lot of benefit to be found, and, some areas for concern.
  • Chris Yapp Blog Avatar
    Chris Yapp remembers the ever excitable and inspirational scientist and raconteur, Professor Heinz Wolff.
  • Big Ben
    When at BCS we started thinking about how the digital world was impacting on politics, it was relatively low-key. We were considering how a public-interest group of digital professionals should interact with the world, and thought we should take an interest in what mattered to wider civil society. We did not imagine it would take us into such a central issue for the future of politics.
  • Dominic Myers, a Senior UX Developer in Ely, provides a gentle introduction to the Node.js framework and discusses some of its capabilities.
  • Big Ben
    Technology is by its very nature a forward-looking sector. The white heat of new inventions and innovations that transform, again and again, the way in which we live our lives. Working in a sector that is at the forefront of human progress is a privilege.
  • Kevin Chalmers MBCS reports from a BCS Voices event that asked: Do we trust ourselves and our services to deliver in the digital age?
  • Chris Yapp Blog Avatar
    The curious incident last week of a ‘panic’ over alleged shots being fired in Oxford Street, that never happened, has an interesting historical precedent. There has been a lot of concern expressed that social media is to blame, and some particular celebrities with large numbers of followers are alleged to have stoked the panic by, in effect, validating ‘fake news’.
  • BCS Internet Specialist Group member Christopher East talks about how his disability shaped his career in the IT industry.

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