Girl Geek Academy hosted the first all womens' games hackathon at the Arcade in Melbourne. It's a great step towards getting more women involved in the gaming industry.
The Cross Border Hackathon was the first run at the Goods Shed North. The Shed is now open to a multitude of businesses and startups making, for a fantastic co-working space.
As this year comes to a close, I thought it'd be a great idea to look back on the time that was twenty seventeen 2017 has been one of a kind. Filled with twists, turns, lots of unexpected encounters, and plenty of difficulties. But in amongst all these things, 2017 is a year to remember. … Continue reading 2017, as it were
It's almost the end of the year and the end of weekend gone marks my 50th hackathon! it's been a wild ride so here's my take on the past few hacks I've been to. Up North With all the random Melbourne weather, a couple of weeks ago I headed up to Sydney. The past few … Continue reading Hacks, hacks, and more hackathons
Following the success of the #SheHacks hackathon in July, Girl Geek Academy hosted the world's largest female incubator program. Saturday night saw the celebration of the #SheHacks program with a lovely cocktail function; complete with cupcakes of course. After some networking, the formal proceedings of the evening kicked off with Sarah Moran from Girl Geek … Continue reading Hackathons and Incubators
Why break the rules once, when you can do it twice? Or in this case, three times. After the success of the #BreakingLaw hackathons in Melbourne and Sydney last year, King & Wood Mallesons and Melbourne University have united once more to bring the corporate law hack back for 2017. Friday afternoons usually mean most … Continue reading #BreakingLaw
Melbourne is the best! Why do I love it? Why I love my job? Why I love the startup and innovative community we have here? Well here's just one example...