Did you know that Excel workbooks are really just a collection of XML files, all zipped together? We didn’t either, so we thought we'd tell the world.
This short blog shows how to get round a compatibility mode problem with the skills assessment site.
As the first part of a complete rebranding, you may start seeing our new logo appearing on stationery and pages of our website. Here's a preview of it!
SEO may not be rocket science, but it shares a big principle with theoretical physics, as this blog explains.
One idea for what to do if you continually get one Windows Update appearing when you shut down your computer.
If you're trying to run a YouTube video within a website and nothing happens, maybe you're using compatibility view in Internet Explorer?
Volunteers throughout the UK are helping to run code clubs, teaching 9-11 year olds the basics of programming. Find out more!
Excel is a great product, but there is always room for improvement. Here Andy Brown considers 12 possible new features for Excel 2020.
Google has a number of hidden features buried within it - here's a summary of my personal favourites.
Facebook supports a wide variety of native languages - this blog takes a light-hearted look at some of the stranger ones.
To celebrate our 21st birthday, we thought we'd look back on how software training has changed over the last 21 years.
The Easter Bunny stores his distribution data in SQL Server, not Access; read why!
I recently wrote a blog on why (I believe) VB is a better programming language than C# - I wasn't prepared for the flames this would unleash.
As Christmas 2011 approaches we thought it would be a nice idea to list some geeky gifts that you can give to yourself. And the best thing is that they're all completely free!
SnagIt is great for capturing text, but we hadn't realised it was also good for OCR (optical character recognition).