vITal workers - keeping us connected
We know that computing and digital services are more valuable than ever as the coronavirus crisis moves our personal and professional lives online.
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What we do
Become a member
Show you care about your professional development and work with us to build a safe and bright digital future for everyone in society.
Your professional development
Be inspired to be your best, in your role today and at every step on your career path, because we're all capable of brilliant things.
Enjoy professional development tools and opportunities designed to work for you, when and where you need them.
Make new relationships, share new ideas and best practice, test your mentoring skills - an active BCS community is waiting for you!
Our packed events calendar makes it easy for you to connect with like-minded people, on and offline.
Your code of conduct
A powerful endorsement of your professional integrity, the BCS code defines the characteristics we share as responsible IT practitioners.
It's built around four key principles and forms the foundation of our profession, reinforced by the support of every BCS member.
Latest from BCS
Developing an identification and understanding of COVID-19 information: an AI based study
A global pandemic has seen people of all nations turn to the internet for answers. At the Symbiosis Centre for Applied Artificial Intelligence, Symbiosis International University and the University of Hertfordshire, Jyoti Choudrie, Ketan Kotecha and Rahee Walambe uncover the benefits of AI in the fight against COVID-19 misinformation.
The uncomfortable truth about Agile
In February 2001, at a mountain lodge in Utah, seventeen people met to eat, drink, ski and talk about their work. Over the course of three days, they found common ground in their different approaches and wrote down 68 words to describe them. Those 68 words form the Agile Manifesto.