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 […]
The plan for the hub, to be based at the Locomotive Workshop at ATP, comes almost two years after Mirvac won the bid to develop the ATP site.
While some Australians may be slugging it out at inner-city auctions, willing to pay $1 million for a one bedroom apartment, a growing number are heading further out to start fresh, picking up parcels of land on which to build their own dream home. However, a piece of land isn’t exactly a clean slate – […]
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.
A few months after launching its contactless reader, Square is continuing its roll out of new products in Australia, today launching its Build with Square suite of payment APIs locally to enhance its omni-channel offering.
Australia’s game development industry has massive potential for growth as an export industry, according to an independent survey by IGEA and GDAA.
Twilio’s growth has come with consumers expecting more from businesses – no longer can businesses treat customers badly and expect them to come back.
Sydney startup GorillaStack gives IT managers powerful insights into their cloud usage with real-time cost notifications and automated tools that make cloud deployments up to 40 percent cheaper.
The nerd has been one of pop culture’s favourite targets over the last few decades. They’re always drawn as gangly and bespectacled, they’re socially awkward, and they never get the girl until they undergo a dramatic makeover on Beauty and the Geek. Sydney startup PT Essentials wants to set that stereotype aside by finding Australia’s fittest developer.
Though women install 40 percent more apps and spend 87 percent more on apps than men, the current standing of women in the tech industry means that the number of men creating apps is much higher than women. A Sydney hackathon is looking to shift the number of women in the field by pairing ideas with tech skills.
We’re still very much in the middle of the mobile revolution. Every day there are a staggering 1.5 million mobile devices activated, and the number of apps available to users on all platforms continues to grow. But for app developers hoping to cash in on mobile uptake, things are harder than they’ve ever been.