Alex Cruickshank

Alex Cruickshank programmed his first computer in 1980, realising with relief that his appalling handwriting would no longer present a barrier to a successful career. He spent much of the nineties writing for nearly all the UK-based computer magazines. Then he ran his own tech website, IT Reviews, for a decade before selling it in 2010. He now writes about business and technology, with a side-line in science fiction. Despite being married with children, he finds it hard to settle down: he's lived in various places in the UK and New Zealand and currently lives in Berlin, Germany. He loathes social media but can be found online at ministryofprose.com.

Why Spectre demands more elegantly coded software

Low-code: What it can do for your enterprise—and what it can’t

Low-code: What it can do for your enterprise—and what it can’t

Building software with low-code visual tools can save time, but it won’t magically fix underfunded development departments

Why natural language processing is the future of enterprise AI

A discussion with Jon Oberlander of the University of Edinburgh about machine learning and enterprise NLP

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