Education

App Camp4Girls – Seattle

App Camp4Girls – Seattle

  • 27th August 2014

So once again another random twitter comment lead to an amazing mentoring experience. I saw a random tweet whilst sitting in an apartment room in Belltown Seattle from a friend sitting in Sydney who retweeted one of his friends who needed help with mentoring for an Apps Camp for Girls…

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Kids Day O’Reily

Kids Day O’Reily

  • 30th July 2014

So as I have been known to I answered a call out on twitter for help with the first OSCON Kids Day. They needed someone to teach the Python class, so as I do I said sure no worries here is my credentials. I was pretty excited to partake in…

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MozFest London 2013

MozFest London 2013

  • 4th November 2013

So I made it down to Ravensbourne for MozFest Opening night, it was set-up like a mini maker faire across two floors. There was tables laid out with different hacks, displays and information about the companies/people/technologies that will be showcased and played with during the festival. Mozilla also provided nibbles…

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First day of Tech The Web

First day of Tech The Web

  • 7th May 2013

So yesterday was my first day at doing the Mozilla Teach the Web course… We had a live video session followed by a twitter chat [ see hashtag #teachtheweb ]  and were left with a list of cool things to make using the Mozilla online resources… So what did I…

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Living Computer Musuem

Living Computer Musuem

  • 29th April 2013

I was happy to learn about the Living Computer Museum located in Seattle. We headed down for a Sunday to go and see the collection of Retro Computers. I felt like a kid in a candy store it was awesome. There is so many old machines in working order, the…

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Divine Intervention – aka Pulp Fiction

Divine Intervention – aka Pulp Fiction

  • 11th July 2011

As most of you know I have not been feeling the best over the last couple of months, coughing fits and not being as active as I normally am. I have also been pushing myself to the limits trying to get a number of large Drupal projects off the ground…

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School of PHP – Microsoft

School of PHP – Microsoft

  • 13th March 2011

Recently Nick Hodge (Open Source Evangelist) from Microsoft asked me if I would like to do an introduction for the new School of PHP that Microsoft was launching. The School of PHP is a very cool idea and I could not say no to something that could get more people…

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Child Fund Australia – Connect

Child Fund Australia – Connect

  • 24th February 2011

Connecting Children across countries Recently started working with Raul Caceres on a new project for Child Fund. I will be helping out on the Drupal 6 theme building. I am excited about this project as it is connecting children between Australian and Vietnam via way of online community and video…

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Civi-CRM Training

Civi-CRM Training

  • 2nd October 2010

I was able to attend Civi-CRM training whilst in London. The guys from Civi-CRM walked us through the database structure, main code base folder/file structure and the templating system. Civi actually still uses smarty so even though the default drupal templating system is PHP template to change Civi templates your…

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Lullabot Advanced Module Workshop

Lullabot Advanced Module Workshop

  • 26th September 2010

I was pleased to be around in London at the time that Lullabot was there doing training. This was excellent as in Australia you do not really have exposure to deeper Drupal training I could not miss the opportunity. The event was lovely, breakfast and lunch was fantastic and other…

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