Remember FORTRAN, ALGOL, COBOL, RPG, BASIC and other software application languages and tools? How things have changed!
Come to hear about aspects of modern application languages, tools, environments and techniques, and their value to academic and business worlds, as seen by our expert academic presenter.
At UCL, the Industry Exchange Network (IXN) ensures that students understand modern software development practices, tools, and software project management, in a context where they are working directly with the people who provide the requirements for the systems to be developed.
At this event we look at current and future trends in software development particularly relevant to UCL students, the impact that the IXN strategy has had, and demonstrate the value that supporting student projects brings to many organisations.
Our expert presenter is:
Dr GRAHAM ROBERTS – Principal Teaching Fellow, Dept of Computer Science, University College London (UCL)
Graham has a research background in programming languages, parallel computing, and object-oriented development. He has taught programming, software engineering and systems development for three decades.
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