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Tuesday November 6, 2012
Start: 19:00
End: 19:10

I have pleasure in inviting you to the Annual General Meeting of the Bristol Branch of BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, which will be held on 6th Nov 2012 from 7 p.m. at the City of Bristol College, St George's Road, Bristol (near College Green), followed by ‘Let’s Go Gaming’ talk.

I would be grateful if you could make every effort to attend this important event in our calendar. The agenda will be as follows.

AGENDA
1. Apologies for Absence
2. Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on 26th Oct 2011
3. Chair’s Report
4. Treasurer’s Report
5. Election of Committee
6. Any Other Business – including presentation of special volunteer awards.

Start: 19:00
End: 21:00

Speaker: Andy Thomason & Greg Bedwell from SN Systems

Venue: City of Bristol College

7:00pm AGM followed by Refreshments,
7:30pm Main Talk

Please book using our eventbrite page
http://bristolgamingtalk.eventbrite.co.uk/

Andy Thomason and Greg Bedwell will lead a discussion of the issues facing game developers of next-generation video games on consoles and the PC platform.

Once the realm of hobbyists, the games industry has become far more serious in recent years and is now bigger than Hollywood.

For a new generation, games have become more than a source of entertainment extending the range of social networks and providing education in a structured environment.

The games industry provides a structured career path for those who wish to make it their life. Artists and programmers, producers and designers are all needed to help create the magic.

Thursday December 6, 2012
Start: 18:00
End: 21:00

BCS Bristols Xmas event at @Bristol

Please register for this Event via Eventbright

This event is aimed at children, though adults are welcome as well.

Raspberry PiCome along to hear Rob Bishop from the Raspberry Pi Foundation talk about the joy of making using the Raspberry Pi. Rob will discuss how he got involved in the project as an intern at Broadcom and why a career in engineering or computer science is awesome. There will also be a chance to get hands-on with a Raspberry Pi and to ask him any technical or non-technical questions you might have about engineering, computer science and the Raspberry Pi.

The talk will be followed by an opportunity for a technical Q&A alongside some demonstrations of how the Raspberry Pi can be used.
 
 
Infineon We would like to thank Infineon for their sponsorship of this event.
 
 

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