Bristol

DigiMakers - June

11/06/2016 - 10:30
11/06/2016 - 16:30

Raspberry PiPlease register for this Event via the DigiMakers site

This event is aimed at children, though adults are welcome as well.

The BCS is collaborating with @Bristol and the University of Bristol to bring you Digi Makers
 

DigiMakers - February

27/02/2016 - 10:30
27/02/2016 - 16:30

Raspberry PiPlease register for this Event via the DigiMakers site

This event is aimed at children, though adults are welcome as well.

The BCS is collaborating with @Bristol and the University of Bristol to bring you Digi Makers
 

DigiMakers - November

28/11/2015 - 10:30
28/11/2015 - 16:30

Raspberry PiPlease register for this Event via the DigiMakers site

This event is aimed at children, though adults are welcome as well.

The BCS is collaborating with @Bristol and the University of Bristol to bring you Digi Makers
 

DigiMakers - September

26/09/2015 - 10:30
26/09/2015 - 16:30

Raspberry PiPlease register for this Event via the DigiMakers site

This event is aimed at children, though adults are welcome as well.

The BCS is collaborating with @Bristol and the University of Bristol to bring you Digi Makers
 

Automated Refactoring - Metrics are Not Enough

14/09/2015 - 19:30
14/09/2015 - 21:00

Venue: University of Bristol , Room 1.11, Merchant Venturers Building

Speaker: Christopher Simons

7.00pm Refreshments
7.30pm Main Talk

Please register for this event here

Christopher SimonsAutomated techniques such as Evolutionary Computing have been applied extensively to refactor software source code, often based on metrics that describe the object-oriented structure of an application. Recent work shows that in some cases applying popular automated tools to open-source software does not necessarily lead to an improved version of the software as assessed by some subjective criteria. Through a survey of professionals, we investigate the relationship between popular refactoring metrics and the subjective opinions of software engineers. We find little or no correlation between the two. Through qualitative analysis, we find that a simple static view of software is insufficient to assess software quality, and that software quality is dependent on factors that are not amenable to measurement via metrics. We recommend that future automated refactoring research should incorporate information about the dynamic behaviour of software, and conclude that a human-in-the-loop approach may be the only way to refactor software in a manner helpful to a software engineer.

DigiMakers June

13/06/2015 - 10:00
13/06/2015 - 17:00

Raspberry PiPlease register for this Event via the DigiMakers site

This event is aimed at children, though adults are welcome as well.

The BCS is collaborating with @Bristol and the University of Bristol to bring you Digi Makers
 

Cloud, DevOps and the Future of ITSM

30/04/2015 - 09:30
30/04/2015 - 16:30

Venue: HP Bristol, Long Down Avenue, Stoke Gifford
Bristol BS34 8QZ

BCS Bristol and The IT Service Management Forum Bring you a one day focused event for today's service managers:

  • Cloud Services - a discussion of the real costs and ROI of a cloud-based solution
  • Service Management in the Future - what skills, resources and plans we need to put in place to ensure that we can take service management to the next stage in our organisations.
  • DevOps - what you really need to know about this exciting technology.

Further details available at ITSFM site. BCS members who wish to register should email teresa.corre@itsmf.co.uk

Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD)

14/04/2015 - 19:00
14/04/2015 - 21:00

Venue: University of Bristol , Room 1.11, Merchant Venturers Building

Speaker: Julian Goddard

7.00pm Refreshments
7.30pm Main Talk

Please register for this event here

Julian GoddardJulian Goddard describes the business case for ATDD. He discusses the cost and quality benefits ATDD provide. He discusses ATDDs history and compares it with Test Driven Development (TDD). Julian describes steps you can take to start using ATDD in your organisation.

Avionics and Airborne Computers: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

11/05/2015 - 19:00
11/05/2015 - 21:00

Venue: University of Bristol , Room 1.11, Merchant Venturers Building

7.00pm Refreshments
7.30pm Main Talk

Please register for this event here. This event is free to members and non.members.

Dr Steve WrightIn this talk, Dr Steve Wright looks at how an aircraft’s avionics and their associated sensor/actuator systems can fail (and they do fail), and how these systems are designed to be resilient to these failures, at the levels of hardware, software and architecture. The talk will include practical examples from aircraft industry history and Steve’s own experience.

Security Mini Spring School: Wearable Tech & Mobile Security

23/03/2015 - 18:00
23/03/2015 - 20:30

This is the second talk in our Security Mini Spring school.

Venue: University of Bristol , Room 1.11, Merchant Venturers Building

6.00pm arrival
6.30pm first talk
7.15pm second talk
8.00pm combined Q&A panel (both speakers)
8:30pm event ends

Please register for this event here. This event is free to members and non.members.

Carole Buttle “Wearable technology, medical devices and security implications”

Details to follow

David Rogers “Mobile Security”

Never has mobile device security been more important than it has today. Or is that tomorrow? Being at the cutting edge of technology means constantly trying to be one step ahead of the bad guys. Second guessing the hacking community is difficult and there are many hidden flaws ready to make a security engineer's life more interesting. The Chair of the GSMA's Device Security Group, David Rogers will explain what action the mobile industry has taken in the past, how devices are secured today and what new nightmares await us.

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