EventScotland is piloting local learning networks as part of the EventIt regional roadshows, which kick off on Thursday, August 24 in the Borders. The national agency says it wants to “make it easier” to engage with events professionals around the country and will trial the approach at three of the upcoming Eventit regional events, taking place at: Abbotsford House, Melrose – Scottish Borders – Thursday, August 24 Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness – Highlands and Islands – Thursday, September 7 Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre – Aberdeenshire – Wednesday, October 18 Led by Torquil MacLeod, Development Manager – Events Industry, the sessions, from 3 till 5pm, are designed
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Posted Mon 14th Aug by Future Scot
Welcome to our second sponsor Aspose. Aspose provide programmers everywhere with a powerful set of file management libraries and APIs. Aspose supports some of the most popular file formats in business, including Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Outlook emails and archives, Visio diagrams, Project files, OneNote documents, and Adobe Acrobat PDF documents. They … Continue reading "Welcome to new sponsor Aspose (File Format APIs)!"
Posted Tue 7th Mar by Open Tech Calendar
Back in July we launched a companion site, Tech In Scotland. As well as events from Open Tech Calendar, this now lists news, Twitter lists, and online communities. As well as the website, we also provide email lists and twitter feeds for each city – so it’s easy for everyone to get the latest info. … Continue reading "Tech In Scotland now lists news, tweets, online communities and companies!"
Posted Mon 13th Feb by Open Tech Calendar
A new initiative promoting greater use of female role models and mentors in schools has been launched as part of Scotland’s strategy to tackle the gender imbalance in digital technology.
Posted Fri 10th Feb by Scotland IS
Open Rights Group are advertising for a new Scotland Director to start in April.
Posted Mon 30th Jan by Open Rights Group