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Anna Gerber: on music and computer science

Anna Gerber very nearly was not a computer scientist. In fact, if not for an accident suffered in university, she might be a pianist. “When I was a kid I used to love computers and programming logo,” Gerber says. “Then for ...

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Hacking beyond GovHack

As this year’s record-breaking GovHack finally winds down, organisers are looking to the event’s future. With a leap from two cities to 11, over 1300 participants and extraordinary media coverage, it makes sense that GovHack is looking to capitalise on ...

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GovHack tests Australia’s access to open data like never before

Nationwide hackathon GovHack saw over 1,200 participants repurpose government data last weekend, pushing the boundaries of both the event and the accessibility of open data. Over 200 teams competed across 11 Australian satellite locations, with 109 participants creating seventeen submissions in ...

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