Geelong turns Mill into a co-located space of the future, complete with summits Last Friday, some of us alumni from the Melbourne Accelerator Program headed down to Geelong for the Pivot Summit. Hosted at the old Geelong Mill, the City of Greater Geelong, along with a number of sponsors and supporters, came together to support … Continue reading Pivot to the Future
Unlike overclocking your CPU, overloading your memory with too much tech can be... well, AMAZING! As well as draining. Over the last few weeks, it's been an absolutely crazy ride. There has been so much going on. From my last post on Project Cars 2, I've spoken at the AutoDesk roadshow, been on a panel … Continue reading Technology Overload!
We all know IoT doesn't really stand for the title I wrote above... The Internet of Things revolution has taken off. It allows almost everything to happen in our daily lives. Most of time we don't even know we're using these the things; your smart watch, your FitBit, your phone, Cortana and Siri, getting your … Continue reading Illuminating Our Times
We're not even past Q1 of 2017 and people are saying "when's Christmas?" This year has already been jam packed with events, conferences, work functions, meetups, and hackathons have even kicked off. Almost every second person I talk to says they're working like it's the end of the year and the holiday break is on … Continue reading 2017 kicks off with a bang
Hack out Melbourne's climate, catch the action at SheMakes, and kick of Melbourne International Games Week with GCAP Melbourne seriously has it all; hackathons, conferences, festivals, conventions, and a WHOLE WEEK dedicated to video games. Last Friday, I started a busy week with Climate-KIC's 24 hour international hackathon. I know, who "starts a week" on … Continue reading Climathon takes off heading into #MIGW16
It was Sir Francis Bacon that first coined this phrase in 1597. Jump to 2016, and Melbourne Knowledge Week shows this in action Every year, the City of Melbourne chooses a unique place in the CBD for their Knowledge Week hub. It's a space that embodies Melbourne's culture - rustic, retro, re-repurposed, sustainable, central, diverse, … Continue reading Knowledge is Power
CompCon2015 kicked off last weekend at the University of Queensland After running from CodeBrew to VT League, jumping on a plane, playing UniGames, staying up all night and catching a train to Brisbane, I found myself at Queensland Uni for the National Computing Students Conference. Did I mention I was MCing this conference? Before I dive into … Continue reading Sunshine, Students and Speeches; CompCon2015 has it all