Monthly Archives: November 2014

Classic cars and the NCT

This is a longer version of an article that appeared in the Irish Times Nov 12 Most classic car enthusiasts in Ireland are hoping the Government will continue to exempt their vehicles from NCT tests following a public consultation on the issue that is due to end this Friday. A new EU directive on roadworthiness testing due […]
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IT conversion courses – not all employers are converts

Conversion courses have mushroomed since the IT industry complained it couldn’t find enough graduates to fill jobs. But some say the tech sector is reluctant to take on conversion graduates proposition seems simple – even compelling – at a time when the tech industry here is crying out for new blood: if you are currently […]
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Open Days: smoothing the way to third level

The Better Options fair in Dublin aims to be a one-stop shop for would-be students with disabilities, with all the information they need about facilities, supports and navigating a path to a college of their choice. Finding out about the options for third-level study can be a hugely interesting, stimulating and even enjoyable experience for […]
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Live captioning phone app on the way

Advances in automatic voice recognition technology have spurred a Paris-based start-up to launch a crowd-fund campaign to bring to market the first worldwide service that offers captioned telephone calls for deaf people. For the past two years, RogerVoice has been working on developing a subscription-based app that combines a Voice-over-IP telephone platform with streaming automated […]
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