Interviews

BCS has carried out many interviews with key figures from the IT industry.

  • Paul Hula
    BCS Multimedia Editor Justin Richards recently spoke to IT consultant Paul Hula about project management, the current state of programming and his work in health informatics.
  • Kevin Streater
    Kevin Streater, Vice-Chair of BCS Council sheds more light on running for council and what the body does and recent activities.
  • Zahid Jiwa
    BCS Multimedia Editor, Justin Richards talks to Zahid Jiwa, VP Sales UK and Ireland, OutSystems, about a number of topics including the hybrid cloud, user experience, the current state of the software industry and advanced technology systems.
  • Sean Newman
    BCS Multimedia Editor, Justin Richards talks to Sean Newman, Security Strategist at Cisco about the current and near future security landscape.
  • BCS Multimedia Editor Justin Richards talks to Andrew Dymond, CEO of Lightworx Media, about the 3D and 4D film industries, and holographic entertainment.
  • Blair Erickson
    Justin Richards recently spoke to Blair Erickson, Director of the 3D film Banshee Chapter - a film that’s been picking up critical acclaim and taking the festival circuit by storm - about shooting in 3D, the future of stereoscopic cinema, the digital democratisation of filmmaking and crowd-funding.
  • Yota Dimitriadi
    BCS Press Officer, Amanda Matheson recently attended the Lovelace Colloquium at Reading University and spoke to a number of the attendees and organisers regarding their involvement with the event and about their own perceptions of women working in the IT arena.
  • Terence Stephenson
    Justin Richards, Multimedia Editor, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, recently spoke to four key supporters of the Professional Records Standards Body (PRSB), about the importance of this relatively new professional body and why it is so unique.
  • Speech and Language Therapist, Julia Parsons talks to BCS Editor, Justin Richards and patient, Paul Wilson about the 'Step by Step' language therapy software.
  • Natasa Przulj
    Natasa Przulj, a reader at the Department of Computing, Imperial College, London is the 2014 winner of the Roger Needham award.