9 reasons to enter the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium

I’m the programme chair for the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium, a one-day conference for women students of computing. We’re coming up to the deadline for undergrads to enter the poster contest, so this blog is by way of a plug for the event. Hopefully it’ll help you, dear reader, to encourage any undergraduate or taught masters […]

An arduino-powered flashing hat

In Technocamps we’re going to be running an easter holiday workshop on wearable computing, which will use lilypad arduinos to build cool things you can wear. We’ve got a half-tem holiday workshop going on right now (“Making Robots See”) so I’ve been tasked with going up there and doing a short talk on wearables. So […]