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TestBash 2015 - More than Just a Conference

I have to admit, I was really excited about attending TestBash in Brighton, it was my first conference for 18 months and there was a real buzz about this one on social media. 1,582 more words


Treading on Ourselves? Government in Aristotle and Contemporary Political Life

Since Rousseau expressed his concern that government, established to carry out the general will of the people, might become a separate body with its own distinct general will, members of the polity have worried from one end of the political spectrum to the other, that government is imposing its will on the people, rather than executing the people’s will.   2,941 more words


Lesbians Who Tech: personal recap 

I’ve gone to a good number of conferences this year and have realized that I haven’t been the best about writing about them. I think it’s important to reflect and share as it allows the conference’s influence to spread as well as me to look back on the quotes and lessons at a later point. 528 more words


90% archaeology: my notes and reflections on Service Design in Government 2015

There’s never been a more exciting time to be designing services in the public sector. But it can still be a lonely existence – in any organisation, a small number of advocates may find themselves trying to shift a large mass with plenty of inertia. 1,870 more words


UKSG 38th Annual Conference and Exhibition: Glasgow UKSG 2015 - Watch the livestream of sessions via @IETtv #UKSG15

Livestream of the conference presentations

This UKSG event is being live webcast, and recorded for online viewing, courtesy of IET.tv – the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s video production service. 59 more words


Homework Week 12/ Changes to Conferences


I’ve decided to change things up a bit this week because I’m feeling a little out of the loop after taking this past week off.   247 more words


What is Bavli: A Response (Pt. 3/3)

In this final installment of the “What is Bavli?” forum, Prof. Christine Hayes responds to the four panelists. See here for part 1, and… 3,336 more words