North Wales has an image problem and lack of IT and tech opportunities, but it can become a great place to do business and a tech hub for the future! [Continue reading] Doing IT in North Wales – a tech hub for the future?
Remote working is a fact of life for an increasing number of us, not just information workers. Here are some tips for making the best use of your new found freedoms and challenges. [Continue reading] Top tips about remote working
Tips and advice for copywriting great content for the web. How to sell yourself without selling yourself! [Continue reading] Writing for the web – tips for great copywriting
This post – adapted from a networking presentation – explains the birth and rationale behind the IT elementary school. [Continue reading] IT’s elementary – we are where we are
There are IT heroines, but more are needed to remove the gender bias, get more females into technology and close the gender gap. [Continue reading] IT heroines and the female side of technology
There are a multitude of programming languages – and a lot of jargon – out there to confuse potential developers and IT outsiders. Here is the first part of an A to Z of terms. [Continue reading] A to Z of Programming Languages (part 1)
What are Consultants, what do they do, and is some or all of the bad press justified! Captain BA offers top 5 tips for doing Consultancy effectively. [Continue reading] The truth about Consultants!
What is a Digital Nomad? How can freelancers and home-workers maintain links with the real human world. [Continue reading] Digital nomads in a human world
Back to the Future Day is a fading memory but the future is still happening. Can you predict and influence what comes next in the world of IT and computers, and why bother?
And an added bonus, my New Year top 10 technology predictions! [Continue reading] The future is now
What’s the difference between geeks and nerds? Does it even matter if you are one, both or neither, not if you want an interesting and creative career in IT is doesn’t. [Continue reading] Geeks versus nerds