Hopefully the first of at least a few blogs which gives some details on what I’m going to call ‘The Quick Wins’. Problem: How to quickly deploy updated/custom Virtual Machine images in N523? Background: N523 was previously a classroom, not a computer lab, so it wasn’t originally cabled with enough network ports for 24 PCs. […]
As the newest member of the school I have been asked to provide a short introduction about myself…. so here goes. My name is Chris McDermott and I started here at RGU on 16th February 2015. I studied Business and Computing at Northumbria University and completed a thesis on the potential impact of the Millennium […]
Hi, I’m John and I’ve just joined RGU as a Lecturer in Computing, here is a little background and an idea of the things I’m interested in. Orgininally I studied Biology at Dundee Uni, but on graduating realised that working in a lab just wasn’t for me. I had always had a habit of taking […]
“So, I have been asked to introduce myself seeing as I have just joined you all here at RGU as a member of staff, hopefully I can give you a little bit of insight on my background and spark interest in those wanting to follow a similar path. My name is Jay and I am […]
Professor Ian Allison: Head of School of Computing Science and Digital Media Robert Gordon University guest blogs on ifb.net, discussing the routes and techniques that should be used to recruit and retain talent. The full article entitled -The Talent Pipeline – what are you doing about it? Read the full article here.