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Author Archives: Harriet Tatham

Toowoomba’s star app-rentices

Imagine someone pitching their app idea to a crowd of startup professionals. The entrepreneurs describe a new system of car maintenance, and discuss user interfaces and safety mechanisms. Who do you think of? An early 30s male, possibly in a trim navy-suit? Think again. Amanda ...

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Mentor Blaze to set Queensland alight

Queensland will transform into Silicon Valley this Thursday, when another round of the state-wide mentoring program Mentor Blaze launches. Six locations around the state will provide Queensland’s budding entrepreneurs a chance to take their ideas, share them broadly, and get feedback with access to over 400 mentors tomorrow afternoon. ...

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State GovHack awards to showcase Queensland’s best

The state’s best hackers, coders and designers will head to Brisbane tonight to celebrate Queensland’s GovHack awards. Two teams from the Toowoomba GovHack competition were shortlisted for the event and will compete in the state titles. Parisian graphic and interactive ...

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Toowoomba to launch inaugural GovHack

At a time when cyber security and the associated metadata laws are on the forefront of the political mindset, it’s somewhat surprising that the Australian Government has been sponsoring events in which government data is ‘hacked’. Beginning on Friday July 3rd, the ...

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