By the year 2050, our cities will be entirely different places to what they are today. But what will cities of the future actually look like? First of all, they’ll be a lot more crowded. In three decades’ time, we can expect two thirds of the UK’s population to be living in urban areas. We … Read moreWhat Will the Cities of the Future Look Like?
The British Computer Society (BCS), The Chartered Institute for IT, is “committed to making IT good for society. We use the power of our network to bring about positive, tangible change.” After full houses for the first 2 talks, the Bristol Branch is pleased to announce Talk 3 in the 2017 programme of talks. The … Read moreTechnology & Innovation: Balancing Freedom and Progress
As a business committed to equal opportunity, software development consultancy Scott Logic was proud to partner for the first time last night with an organisation committed to furthering gender diversity in technology. Girl Geek Dinners was founded in 2005 by one girl geek whose frustration about being one of the only females attending technical … Read moreBristol Girl Geek Dinners continues to grow
Bespoke software development consultancy Scott Logic has welcomed a new client manager as it continues to grow its client base. Father of two Andrew Carr joins the firm after hearing good things about the company culture from a former colleague who took a role at Scott Logic earlier this year. Andrew, who’ll be based in … Read moreScott Logic gains experienced new client manager
Bristol Is Open was awarded the global ‘Smart City Innovator’ ‘award at the TM Forum Live! 2016 – Digital World Awards last week. TM Forum is the global industry association for digital business, connecting talented individuals, leading companies, and diverse ecosystems to accelerate members’ successful digital business transformation. Over 3,500 delegates from 650 different telecommunication … Read moreBristol Is Open wins Smart City Innovator Award
West Town Lane Academy’s Code Club got an opportunity to visit Bristol’s tech hub, Engine Shed, on 22 April to see some real world applications of coding in startup companies based in the city. Opposable Games’ Ground Shatter and YellowDog, Interactive Scientific and Aptcore, all from Engine Shed tenant’s SETsquared Bristol, will be demonstrating the variety of applications for technology … Read moreVisit to Bristol’s tech hub inspires Code Club kids