BCS – Web Accessibility

web accessibility

BCS – Web Accessibility and WCAG What is Web Accessibility? Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of designing and developing websites and web applications in a way that ensures equal access and usability for people of all abilities, including those with disabilities. The goal of web accessibility is to make online content and services […]

Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing Cloud computing refers to the delivery of computing services, including storage, processing power, and applications, over the internet. Instead of owning and maintaining physical servers or infrastructure, users can access these resources on-demand, paying only for what they use. See our Youtube video here :    

WE/NIS – What is ISO 27001 and Risk Management

WE/NIS – What is ISO 27001 and Risk Management Security Policy A security policy is a set of documented rules, guidelines, and procedures that define how an organization manages and protects its information assets. It serves as a foundation for establishing and maintaining a secure environment, outlining the organization’s approach to information security, and guiding […]


REST API and JSON (WE/NIS) What is a REST API? A REST API, or RESTful API, is a type of application programming interface (API) that follows the principles of Representational State Transfer (REST) architectural style. It allows communication between different applications or systems over the internet, typically using HTTP requests and responses. Think of it […]

Neural Networks, Deep Learning and Generative AI (SS)

Neural Networks, Deep Learning and Generative AI (SS) 1. What is a Neural Network A neural network is a computer system inspired by the human brain. It consists of interconnected nodes (neurons) that work together to process information and make decisions. Imagine a web of interconnected processing units, mimicking the structure of the human brain. […]

Conditions in C Programming(SD)

Conditions in C (C++, C#) Programming (SD) Conditions in C Conditions in C are expressions that evaluate to either true or false. They are used in control structures like if statements to determine the flow of the program. Relational Operators Relational operators are used to compare two values. Here are the common relational operators in […]

CAP Theorem (NIS)

CAP Theorem (NIS) The CAP theorem, also known as Brewer’s theorem, is a concept in distributed systems that states that it is impossible for a distributed system to simultaneously provide all three of the following guarantees: Consistency, Availability and Partition Tolerance. C – Consistency All nodes in the distributed system see the same data at […]

Accounting for IT Companies (PI)

Accounting Basics for IT Companies(PI) 1. Income Statement An income statement, also known as a profit and loss statement (P&L), provides a summary of a company’s revenues, costs, and expenses over a specific period. It shows whether a company is making a profit or incurring losses during that time frame. The basic formula for an […]

IS – Data, Statistics and Visualisation

IS – Data, Statistics and Visualisation 1. TYPES OF DATA Structured Data: is organized in a highly predictable and well-defined structure. It follows a fixed schema. Examples include relational databases where data is organized into tables with predefined columns. Unstructured Data: Data that lacks a predefined data model or does not fit well into relational […]

Database Normalisation

Database Normalisation Database normalization is a process in database design that aims to organize and structure data in a way that reduces redundancy and dependency. The goal is to minimize data anomalies and improve data integrity. This is achieved by breaking down a large table into smaller, related tables and defining relationships between them. The […]

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