11 Nov 2013 — How legal issues in IT will affect my future practice in relation to the BCS Code of Conduct
I found item 3.d of The Chartered Institute for IT’s (2013) Code of Conduct interesting. It states that you should “NOT disclose or authorise to be disclosed, or use for personal gain or to benefit a third party, confidential information except with the permission of your Relevant Authority, or as required by Legislation”.
04 Nov 2013 — How ethical issues in IT will affect my future practice in relation to the BCS Code of Conduct
The Chartered Institute for IT’s (2013) Code of Conduct item 2.b states you should “not claim any level of competence that you do not possess”. Before I started University I worked as a freelance web developer, this meant I regularly had to provide quotes and estimates to clients.
28 Oct 2013 — How my knowledge of social issues in IT will affect my future practice in relation to the BCS Code of Conduct
As an IT professional with Dyslexia I’ve always been aware that software, services and people in the IT profession should do their best to cater to those with any kind of disability. My reading while quick is often error prone and sometimes doesn’t convey the meaning of the text to me fully, to cope with this I have made use of the text-to-speech software built into the OS X and iOS Operating Systems. I often find myself struggling with image based PDFs and poorly formatted web pages that cause this technology to make mistakes and sometimes not work at all....
Use the challenge brief given for program 0.3 Drive Forward and its accompanying Programming Guide both located under help section as shown below to achieve the challenge brief. Also, try 04. Reverse program.
I did this fairly quickly as it only involved using one block. Here is forwards:
With its settings.
Here is backwards
With its settings.
Now that you know how to move your robot, you are required to use the move block to move your robot in a straight line