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
If my last article was any indication of the amount of things I do, one would probably say something like slow down... but what would be the fun in that? So I'm always on panels about startups, entrepreneurs, and the future of jobs. One thing I've learnt (I've learnt lots of things but one in … Continue reading Another New Chapter
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!
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...
Is learning something we need to focus on every day? What does learning even mean and how do we go about learning in our era with so much noise around?
As Melbourne Knowledge Week comes to a close, I'd like to reflect on some of the great things shared, the events that took place, and the awesome ideas on offer #MKW17 was absolutely incredible. In it's 6th year now, it feels as though it continues to get better and better every year. The 2017 hub located … Continue reading Knowledge is Power, but only if you share it