Yesterday, Terry Haynes from Studio Gobo and Electric Square came to Computer Science to talk about why our students might like to work there.
UK and Ireland Programming Competition 2018
UK and Ireland Programming Competition 2018 update
To cap off our induction week we ran a Bored? Games! event. Specifically the Festival of Daring and Excitement.
Still wondering? Let me explain.[Read More]
During induction week this year I put together a lab activity based around Robocode (https://robocode.sourceforge.io/). The students were introduced to it on Wednesday afternoon and had lab slots during Thursday to further refine their creations.
Today we got to find out how they all did in an epic showdown.[Read More]
Three Thing Game award
Yesterday, it was nice for the Three Thing Game and the Bored? Games! events to get some official recognition for the benefits that they provide to the student experience.[Read More]
CSBlogs and Blogging as an employability tool
This is a post to proselytise the virtues of blogging with respect to getting your first job (and possibly ones to follow). I also want to reintroduce CSBlogs http://csblogs.com/ to the Hull Computer Science students. More on both below. The picture is unrelated but begs the question, Who’s a pretty tabby tiger?[Read More]
A while back I was asked by the digital marketing team whether I would feature in a promotional video for Computer Science and here it is! It speaks to the quality of the answers that I gave to their questions that what you see here is a subset of the whole of my ramblings. [Read More]