Building skills

I must admit that I find children and young people the worst audience to present to.  They scare me stiff and as Graham and I walked into the main hall at Farringdon Community Academy I began to wonder what we had let ourselves in for.  There were at least one hindered and fifty of them, … Continue reading Building skills

Reflections on Ada Lovelace day

Ideas for my blog are like busses.  You wait for ages and then they all come along at once.  So it was yesterday when I wrote about the event in the Toffee House when I could and perhaps should have written about Ada Lovelace Day instead. Getting more young people into the tech industry and … Continue reading Reflections on Ada Lovelace day

Unfolding plans 41- trying to address a big issue within the ICT industry

Have you ever felt out of your depth?  I have, many times.  Indeed I quite pride myself in that my comfort zone is to be outside of my comfort zone.  This morning I felt out of my depth though and not always in a comfortable way.  I was chairing a group meeting what I hoped … Continue reading Unfolding plans 41- trying to address a big issue within the ICT industry