09-11 Contents: IRISS conference, Quality Day,Spreadsheet Safe, Sharpeye
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IRISS Conference 19th November 2009, Dublin
LinkedIn group Critical Infrastructure
Nov 11 is World Quality Day
New: Spreadsheet Safe group on LinkedIn
XLTest: Spreadsheet testing and quality check add-in
Sharpeye OMR Music scanner software
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The months fly by! These topics are what I am
working on this month, as well as the regular Excel modelling and data
IRISS will hold its first annual conference on the 19th of
November 2009 at the D4 Berkley Court hotel. This all day conference
will focus on providing an overview of the current cyber
threats facing businesses in Ireland and what one can do to help deal
with those threats.
Experts on various aspects of cyber crime and cyber security will share their thoughts and experiences while a number of panel sessions will provide the opportunity to discuss the issues that matter most. There will be a number of expert speakers on cyber crime including representatives from;
- The Irish Reporting and Information Security Service
- An Garda Siochana,
- The Data Protection Commissioner's Office
- The European Network and Information Security Agency
- OWASP (The Open Web Application Security Project)
- The SANS Institute
For more information visit http://www.iriss.ie
Time: All day event
Date: 19th November 2009
Location: Irish Computer Society, Crescent Hall, Dublin 2
Cost: Free to ICS members | €25 to non-members
Contact: info at iriss.ie to register
Set up by Al Macintyre
I recently presented a Spreadsheet Safe course and examination. People are surprised at how tough it is!
XLTest helps you to test the integrity of your spreadsheets far more quickly than tedious cell-by-cell inspection.
XLTest is supplied for Excel 2003; it also works in the Add-In tab of Excel 2007
If you own the book "Spreadsheet Check and Control" you get back the cost of the book - save 30 euro! Simply enter into the discount code box below the first word on the top left of page 131.
If you own the spreadsheet inventory/assessment workbook ScanXLS you can save 60 euro! Simply enter into the discount code box below your license number.
Sorry, there is no combined discount! This offer is available for only a limited period.
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Thank you! Patrick O'Beirne, Editor
I recently tried this on a large four-part score and it largely worked. There was a lot of editing to do to clean it up but it beats entering the whole thing in note by note! I have tried the open source software Audiveris but it could not recognise much,
I gave them ten comments on it, mainly to do with the limited keyboard shortcuts - I prefer using the keyboard for speed. As an editor, MuseScore has better keyboard entry facilities.
For editing of the MIDI, I currently use Anvil Studio. Finale Reader is better for reading and playing the score, but does not edit.
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