March 06, 2008

The end is nigh…

The presentation of my project is set for this coming Monday, and I am pleased to say that the final remaining increment of the PSALM program is complete! It won't be released online just yet (and probably not for another week or two) as this is the final week of term & very busy/important for me! 

If you would like to see the presentation, you are welcome (as long as there aren't too many people reading this!!). It will be in the Computer Science department, room CS1.05 at 9:40am on Monday 10th March. Steve Russ, my supervisor, will be chairing the presentation. 

The presentation will include a demonstration of PSALM, presenting (some of) the findings from my research into IT in the church, and conclusions/critial analysis. I haven't actually finished preparing it yet so this is just what I expect to do. There will be chance for questions to be asked, hopefully I can maybe even answer them too. I will post on this blog the slides from the presentation and maybe even some bits from the Q&As, again probably in a couple of weeks. 

Thank you for your interest in this project, maybe I shall see you very soon! 

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