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Keil Hubert: Blinking Lights and Balderdash

Business theatre is a lot more common than most people expect. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert shares a tale about being tasked to make a silly movie idea come to life in a Dot Com company.

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Keil Hubert: Stages of Production

Some bosses believe strongly in the old adage ‘style over substance’. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert admits he can usually give those bosses what they want, thanks to his years of theatre experience.

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The Spy Who Patched Me

I mentioned a few weeks’ back that I took the family out to see the newest Bond adventure. That inspired my oldest to re-watch all 22 of the Bond films in order, from start to finish. Like all the rest of us, my oldest has found the transition from Connery’s Bond to Moore’s Bond to [...]

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Leading students learn about sustainability

Leading students learn about sustainability

Top architectural and engineering students from 20 countries have been in London learning about the latest in sustainability and energy efficiency at the heart of the city Companies that helped build large-scale venues across the capital are running sessions with the students. The students have developed their own projects focusing on the energy performance of important [...]

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Embedding the right skills

Maintaining top level software design and engineering competence is vital to the future of manufacturing With every industry now manufacturing products that contain embedded computer systems, software has become the critical factor dominating embedded systems design. In order to remain competitive in this constantly changing market, it is critical to continuously strengthen competency and expertise [...]

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