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.
Esports Central - Episode 4 Esports is growing, but I don't need to tell you that, you already know! And now you can study it at university. Yep you heard me. All those times you're parents said "stop playing video games and do your homework" are now laughing matters, because you can play games as … Continue reading Did you know you can now study esports at uni?
Do you commute? Are you into electricity and saving the planet? What about saving time and money? After checking out the Electric Vehicle expo in Melbourne and hanging out in Singapore seeing all their electric scooters, I thought I'd take a look at why these little machines are so popular. Personal electric vehicles are taking … Continue reading The joys of electric rideables
Last week, Melbourne hosted the amazing Pause festival once again! Eight years running now, Pause took 2018 to the next level. With more stages, more sessions, more people, and more to see, it's no wonder there was an incredible buzz all around Federation Square. The festival kicked off on the Tuesday night with the VIP … Continue reading Press Pause
If you only look forward, you'll never know how far you've come My family and I often do lots of hiking trips. This above sentence came to me on one of our many hikes in Australia, Mt Feathertop. It was a long time ago, probably about ten years ago now. But I was reminded of … Continue reading Don’t just look forward