Computerworld wants its readers to become writers.
As part of our 15th anniversary celebrations in November, we’d like to hear about your favourite moment in computing over the past 15 years. It can be about anything: why you turned to IT instead of quantity surveying, your best job, your funniest experience. No need to write a book — keep it to about the number of words you could squeeze on to a postcard.
Computerworld T-shirts will be awarded to those whose anecdotes we use, so get to those keyboards.
Email Andrea Malcolm with “15 Years” in the subject line.
And there’s no excuse for your contributions not to come flooding in: according to the latest readership survey conducted by ACNielsen, you now number 51,000, up more than 30% on the previous six-monthly survey.