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. […]
Over the summer, we went through an upgrade of one of the IT labs… The carpet was looking a bit shabby after some rain last year and we were going to have more students that we could hold in our foundation year lab. The lab was fitted with connectivity through from the big lab so […]
This post should move the National Science Week: Robot Croquet exhibit post off the 1st page.
This semester the CM3019 module: Programming Mobile Devices was updated to use the Google Android SDK. We also thought an Introduction to Android Mobile Programming would make an interesting workshop for our Recent Applicants Days. We ran up against a problem when accessing internet resources; namely being behind behind an Internet proxy stopped a […]
All students in the School of Computing are entitled to access DreamSpark Premium. Dreamspark Premium was previously known as MSDNAA and allows free access to developer tools, operating systems and server applications. The only change made to the programs is the name and associated branding on the e-academy WebStores. All available software titles, services and support […]