Events

The Berkshire branch runs at least one event per month, except in August when we take a break. We run public events which are open to everyone, and member events for current and potential members of BCS. We also run special events for local organisations. Sometimes we advertise external events that may be of interest to our members. For further details of external organisations see our links page. Some of our events are supported by volunteers.

For full details of each event, and a booking link, click its title.

We are also planning schools events from March to May at Queen Anne’s Caversham, Leighton Park School Reading, and Teen Tech

June

Reading Geek Night Special Event, Tuesday 12th June 2018, 19:30 - 21:00

The Museum of English Rural Life   Missing Maps logo

This month The Museum of English Rural Life have kindly offered to host our event and we'll be partnering with the Missing Maps project to assist them in their quest to help the most vulnerable communities around the globe.

Tuesday 19th June, 18:30 -21:00, Our future with Blockchain and Bitcoin. Speaker: Anthony Parker, BCS Berkshire. Venue: Reading University.

Monday 25th June, 18:30 - 20:30, The Space Shuttle Case - South Wiltshire UTC, Wilton Road, Salisbury, SP2 7EU. Stephen Carver, Cranfield School of Management, will speak about the issues and actions arising as a result of the losses of the Space Shuttles Challenger (1986) and Colombia (2003).

July

Monday 2nd July 10:30 - 18:00 & Tuesday 3rd July 09:00 - 18:00, Deloitte Housing Datathon A 2-day event led by Chris Major from Deloitte. Participants are invited to enter a competition to apply big data to housing challenges in the South East of England

Wednesday 4th  July, 19:00 - 21:00: Introduction to Code Club Volunteering, Dan Powell of Code Club UK, a division of Raspberry Pi, will explain how to run code clubs for young people. Venue: UTC Reading. “Do it, no question. Volunteering for Code Club is immensely rewarding on so many levels: from seeing the kids light up when they solve a problem, to being able to coordinate and communicate to a varied bunch of individuals".
Steve Manson, Code Club Volunteer

Saturday 7th July: Summer school, Manager's Masterclass: Collaboration and Teamwork. Times, venue and booking link will be provided as soon as available.

Monday 9th July, 18:30 for 19:00, The Future is bright with the Fluid Organisation A talk by Michael Short in conjunction with Professor Keiichi Nakata, Head of Business Informatics, Henley Business School.

External event, Tuesday 10th July 2018, 19:30 - 21:00, Reading Geek Night - Talks commence at 8 pm and last 20-25 minutes with breaks for networking and drinks. No booking is required.

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Thursday 26th July 2018, 18:00 - 20:30, PRINCE2 Agile - How can PRINCE2 Agile improve the way you deliver projects? With guest speaker and lead author of PRINCE2 Agile, Keith Richards, followed by Q&A and networking.

August

Summer break

September

Artificial intelligence in recruitment - the development of an application, presented by members of the Henley Business School. Date, time and booking link will be provided as soon as available.

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