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The Future of Work Summit ran in Melbourne with an array of exciting speakers, talking on topics such as AI, human soft skills, and the energy revolution. What was it all about?
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
It's a chance to Learn, Network and Startup your idea Friday night transformed the York Butter Factory into its hackathon vibe as a stream of young, budding entrepreneurs entered the building to pitch their ideas, network with others or simply see what a hackathon is all about. It's the Startup Weekend Melbourne 2015!!! Aaron Birkby from River … Continue reading Startup Weekend comes to Melbourne
Over the last two weeks Melbourne has seen the Unearthed hackathon as well as the Future Assembly Tech Expo. It's a city bursting with startup culture! Following success in Perth, the team from Unearthed bought their people to Melbourne for one of Australia's only resource focused hackathon. By bringing together devs, designers and industry professionals, some amazing … Continue reading Melbourne’s the place to be – startups, hackathons and tonnes of tech
Is your computer personal enough? How much is too much? A group of talented young people got together to work out how to make Microsoft's technology more personal for you and solve real problems It started with some case studies, challenges, problems present in society around health, wellbeing and aged care. Some of the challenges … Continue reading Making it more Personal
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
Last weekend, before having to fly off to UniGames, I headed down to York Butter Factory for yet another hackathon - Melbourne Uni's CISSA ran their first ever solo hackathon! It kicked off with a Design Thinking workshop from the Wade Institute. Michael Vitale spoke about how hackathons bring people together to solve real world problems. … Continue reading Hacking up a storm – CodeBrew2015
IBM's SmartCamp Melbourne bought together a wealth of young talent to pitch their ideas and learn from the best The startup scene has grown significantly in Australia and in particular, Melbourne. IBM's SmartCamp allowed participants to apply and be selected for what was essentially a boot camp for entrepreneurs. Five teams were chosen to attend who pitched in … Continue reading Startup Journey
If you were at the Health XL hackathon a LAB-14, you might have seen Developer Steve with an awesome little toy robot called Sphero. I instantly fell in love with this neat little product and somehow thought about doing it for my university presentation. I gave my presentation to my Science Communication class this afternoon followed … Continue reading Sphero – breaking the boundaries between work and play