For those without the tech knowhow, developing an app has traditionally been a costly, time-consuming ordeal, with many falling at the first hurdle: finding the right developer. Cofounded by Dr Eban Escott, Indi Tansey, Matt Francis, and David Burkett, Queensland startup Codebots aims to open up app development to the non-techies among us, creating an […]
Armourcell is a peel-and-stick square that can be slapped onto the back of mobile phones to protect a user’s mobile phone from wireless breaches.
Barayamal has partnered with global kids coding initiative CoderDojo to launch First Nations, a network of coding clubs aimed at Indigenous Australians.
Code Club Australia has announced the return of Moonhack for 2017, a campaign to see thousands of kids come together to code online.
Through an online platform, Bugdojo connects the coding work of small to medium teams to QA professionals for quick, high-quality testing.
The first run of DevelopHER is done and dusted and a veritable success: the three participants have each been offered a permanent role at MYOB.
Sydney startup Secure Code Warrior has developed an online platform to help train programmers in cybersecurity through a gamified testing process.
It had long been an open secret in the tech world that diversity was a problem; that much was clear to see by simply stepping into the office of any tech company or startup coworking space. There has been a shift, however, over the last year, with organisations beginning to acknowledge their poor efforts to […]
CodeSpace Education, a company running coding camps for kids during school holidays, is 15 year old Joshua Brooks’s third business.
Edutech startup Code Camp has won the Mercedes-Benz Vans’ Hack My Van competition to bring coding classes to Australian students in rural and regional areas. In the next 12 months Code Camp will use their prize of the Vito van to travel to remote areas like Arnhem Land to teach kids the skills of the future.
Code Club Australia officially set a world record this week, getting over 10,000 kids coding as part of its Moonhack campaign to celebrate the anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969.
Django Girls is a free programming workshops for women that teaches them skills in coding and technology to help them upskill in their industry. Last weekend the program came to Brisbane and launched its first ever workshop in Australia, hosted by River City Labs. Over the weekend women learned how to build their own website right from the beginning.
MYOB has launched its new DevelopHER initiative, a 360-hour paid internship program that will help three women become software developers.
Girls Who Code, an American non-profit working to close the gender gap in the technology and engineering sector through programs that look to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.