Sewing and the art of computational thinking
The Great British Sewing Bee is back on BBC 1. Seamsters and seamstresses across the UK are eagerly tuning in for the show’s seventh series as 12 contestants compete for the crown of Britain’s best amateur sewer. As a keen sewer herself, BCS Senior Press Officer, Victoria Temple says knowledge of computational thinking comes in handy.
4 steps to holistic data centre design and operation
From data centre infrastructure efficiency (DCIE), to power usage effectiveness (PUE), there are many considerations which ultimately impact the cost to build, operate and scale a facility, writes Darren Watkins, managing director for VIRTUS Data Centres.
Next generation sensor technology
Dr Jonathan Theodore, Head of Product Management at Hyve Dynamics, explains the impact of innovative materials in the biometric and other sectors, including how these developments have allowed for new kinds of technologies and products: from solar panels to space elevators. Blair Melsom MBCS reports.
Turing Talk 2021: Sounding out wearable and audio data for health diagnostics
This year’s Turing Talk from BCS and the IET speculates on the future capabilities of wearable technology for health, reports Blair Melsom MBCS.
Bridging the gap: 5 takeaways on digital poverty
Does the assurance of surpassing caveat emptor require a new breed of tech professional?
Starting your future career in IT
What attributes do CIOs look for when recruiting?