This is an opportunity for students to test their ethical hacking skills on a real-life web application that requires security testing before rolling out to customers. Amazon vouchers of up to £50 are available for those taking part. All you need to do is report any security flaws you manage to identify by 27th May […]
Last year I took part in the Ada Lovelace Colloquium, an annual conference for undergraduate women with a passion for computer science. I enjoyed it so much I headed back for the 11th Colloquium in March with Christina Moir, honours year student and vice-president of RGU’s Computing Society. This year the event took place at […]
Have you thought about spending a year studying abroad? At CSDM we offer you the chance to take a gap year and spend one or two semesters at a partner university: this allows you to study different aspects of Computing that you may not normally have a chance to explore at RGU. Our nine partners across Europe have been carefully selected to ensure that they provide you with the highest quality teaching and support.
By The RGU Computing Society committee The biggest event in the RGU Computing Society’s calendar is the Hackathon, a programming competition which took place over the Easter weekend for the third year running. Teams from across Scotland came to the Sir Ian Wood Building for a full 24 hours of coding challenges – sleep optional! Our […]
By Eilidh Southren The 10th annual Ada Lovelace Colloquium, an IT conference for women, was hosted this year in Aberystwyth University. The event hosted over 100 female computing students from all over the UK. We had to present a topic of our interest in the form of a poster. My entry, ‘Digital Designers’, was an […]