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European Workshop on Iterative and Incremental Approaches to ICT4D – Call for Abstracts

This workshop will address the areas of iterative, incremental, lean and agile approaches to ICT for International Development (ICT4D). We seek to draw on ICT4D research and best practices, as well as modern IT management practices and software development methods to understand deployment issues in large scale ICT4D projects. We are seeking extended abstracts from […]

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Byte of computing career for students.

Students took a ‘byte’ out of the world of computing at our recent event.  Around 60 S5 and S6 students from Ellon Academy, Harlaw Academy, Kincorth Academy, Bridge of Don Acedemy, Hazlehead Academy and Aberdeen Grammar School attended a day to get an insight into the technology here at the School of Computing Science and […]

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Lecture and Workshop on Blackberry Development

Yesterday Wednesday 20th Nov 2013 Simon Howard, a Blackberry Developer and Evangelist gave a lecture and workshops to students at the School. The lecture took place in N117 between 13:30 and 14:30, followed by a two hour practical workshop on how to develop for the Blackberry platform – this took place in the iMac lab […]

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Young Software Engineer of the Year Awards

Half a dozen members of staff from the School & IDEAS Research Institute attended the ScotSoft213 Global Forum and Young Software Engineer of the Year Awards on Thursday 29th August 2013. The Global Forum being held at the Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa, Edinburgh commenced with a registration and networking sessions at 12:00 in the […]

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Codea Programming at Alford Academy

Earlier this year, Dr Daniel Doolan visited Alford Academy to give a workshop of Codea Programming for the iPad. The event  was part of the STEM challenge linked to the Aberdeenshire initiative “Be Part of the Picture”. The Challenge formed a part of the S6 Induction Event coordinated by Mrs S Ogilvie (Acting Depute Headteacher […]

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