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  • Blog Post: News from the Faculty Summit

    Lee Dirks, the Director for Education and Scholarly Research , announced five new ‘lifecycle’ tools for academics and researchers. The tools are as follows: Research Information Centre Creative Commons (an add-in to Microsoft Office) Article Authoring (an add-in to Microsoft Word) E-Journal Hosting Service...
  • Blog Post: Free ASP.NET hosting for UK Students from WebFusion

    Many of you will have met or be about to meet Ed Dunhill as he tours the country with Ben Coley delivering the Inspiration Tour . When not on the road, Ed has been working on a great deal for students - Free ASP.NET hosting for all UK Students provided by WebFusion . To get this the students need a unique...
  • Blog Post: How software is built

    www.howsoftwareisbuilt.com is a blog that was launched last year to gather perspectives on both the Open Source and Closed Source Development Models and to encourage wide audience feedback and inputs. It contains numerous detailed interviews with various industry experts. If you and/or your students...
  • Blog Post: The simplest New Year's Resolution to achieve

    Happy New Year to all! While many a student is still sleeping off the effects of their festivities we are aware that a dedicated few are polishing up their ideas for their entry into the Software Design Challenge of the Imagine Cup. A minority are sleeping smugly because they have already submitted theirs...
  • Blog Post: Only 4 days left to claim your early bird 10% discount off the Games Development in Computer Science 08 conference

    The UK has a well deserved reputation in the field of Games Development and yet so far is not well represented at this world-class conference aboard the luxury Celebrity Century cruise ship, . It promises to be a very informative and fun event and will provide an excellent opportunity for networking...
  • Blog Post: Life as an intern on the Microsoft Student Placement Programme

    Based in Reading and London, our placements last 48 weeks, beginning with a week-long induction designed to introduce the student to all the different areas of the business and identify objectives for their professional development. Subsequent learning will take the form of on-the-job training within...
  • Blog Post: MSDN AA has grown to include more products and to appeal to more departments

    The MSDN Academic Alliance (MSDN AA) Program was first introduced to address the needs of the academic community focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The MSDN AA Program has now grown to include a family of membership offerings aimed at a broader set of Academic Departments: Developer...
  • Blog Post: XNA v2 Beta - ready to download.

    Ed Dunhill is on the case again and today blogged about the XNA v2 beta which is now ready to download. His post gives all the detail you need to get started and you will be pleased to read that it is free and no uninstalling of v1 is required. Let us know what you think! Claire Technorati Tags...
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