The IT industry itself needs to be braver about cross-training people.

They've isolated us. There's something about bears. People see them as cute and cuddly.

It's all about knowing the terrain and knowing the woods, ... For example, I don't like to hunt on top of the ridges, as that's not where the big bucks are likely to be. They're going to be off down the side of the mountain, in the thick stuff, 50 to 75 yards on one side of the ridge or the other.

It is clear this individual has withheld information.

A quotation, like a pun, should come unsought, and then be welcomed only for some propriety of felicity justifying the intrusion.

The complexities of projects within companies continues to grow.

It surprises me as to why students choose the subjects they do. I can only guess they are not being adequately coached or steered during their education towards skills employers actually want.

He plots, he plans, he works in secret.

We constantly reference the fact there are so few women in IT and yet IT's response collectively is at best weak in actually doing anything about the problem.

A fair chunk of people signing up for this course are from the public sector, ... But surprisingly there is a lot of interest from utility companies and financial services where there is obviously a strong adherence to procedures and processes.