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21 September 2017

Fixed the layout of the home page and the about page to reveal the page footer.

 

7 September 2017

Loaded new author badge on the about page.

 

1 September 2017

Replaced the computing glossary with a glossary section linking to subject specific glossaries for computing, cyber security and graphics.

 

26 August 2017

The first term of the new academic year is rapidly approaching in the UK. Like many people in and around education this has prompted a short-term shift in priorities. I found myself reviewing the background information for safeguarding and sitting some tests for re-certification. With all the effort that goes into safeguarding on the part of teachers and other professionals that come into contact with children, it is depressing to see the climb in the number of serious case reviews year on year (NSPCC Serious Case Review Panel). For those professionals that need a refresher, the key documents in the UK are:-

What to do if you are worried a child is being abused.

Working together to safeguard children.

Keeping children safe in Education.

 

6 August 2017

Definitions for configuration, operating system, recursion, regression testing, reserved word, root user, super user, system, system testing, test harness, testing, user and user testing, added to the glossary.

 

5 August 2017

I have added a link to Project Gutenberg Go To Project Gutenberg at the bottom of my About page. This is not because I have published on that site. I would need to be over a hundred years old and also proabaly dead to do that. They only publish public domain literature. I have added the link because it is a good resource for any one looking for sources of FREE ebooks. The site is worth investigating. It is an oasis for cash strapped literature students.

 

25 July 2017

Corrected some CSS files and tidied up the presentation of the glossary page.

 

22 July 2017

Version 1 of this website published.

 

21 July 2017

Version 1 of this website completed and tested offline. The website was tested in Chrome, Firefox, IE and Edge. It is a few years since I built a commercial website. It is amazing to see that there are still variations in the way that the various browsers interpret the same set of HTML tags.

 

14 July 2017

Classic Flowcharts published.

 

April 2017

Pseudocode published.

 

April 2017

Scratch Mathematics published.