UNIHACK Melbourne is back for its fifth year in a row. Here's what went down at Telstra Labs.
This weekend, Startup Victoria and GUD hosted Melbourne's automotive hackathon, looking at the big challenges in the industry. These included EVs, making dumb cars smart, tech, and services.
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