As it is National Science and Engineering week, IBM Hursley are running Blue Fusion 2011 - The official press release summed it up quite well, and also contains a list of this year’s activities:
HURSLEY, U.K. – 11 Mar 2011: More than 450 students from 80 schools across the South of England will be celebrating National Science . . . → Read More: Blue Fusion 2011
Thursday was the last day of this years Blue Fusion event. Friday was clearing and packing up, and the whole week even has left me quite exhausted. I will try and write a few posts to cover the activities we ran, but most of my time will be spent catching up with my day job . . . → Read More: BlueFusion 2007 – Done!
After spending 11 hours at work on Thursday setting up everything for Bright Sparks and Blue Fusion, the first day of the event (Bright Sparks) for the year eight age group occured on Friday. The day had a bit of a bumpy start with everything just pulling together in time, but once the ball started . . . → Read More: Bright Sparks
So my week off was really nice. I watched films, read books, took a quick day trip to the new forest with a friend down from London.
I won’t mention too much about the films and books other than to say Dune is an incredible book, I will be buying the whole set of them . . . → Read More: Back to work
So I have had a few days to start settling in to Message Broker Level 3 Service. So far I have only managed two PMR’s (Problem Maintenance Request – what the customer opens when they have a problem with our product). They have both been customer errors. This is not to say that the error . . . → Read More: Life in level 3 service