Following on from our blog on Coderdojos, we’ve stumbled upon another great coding incentive that’s entirely free and accessible to anyone with an interest in building web pages, games, apps and software… Continue reading
In 2011 the first Coder Dojo was started in Ireland; the grassroots movement pledges to change the way computer programming is taught and has since been spreading across the world like wildfire.
Big Eye Deers Director, Steve, encountered a glimpse into the surreal world of child programmers during a visit to the US last week. In the ‘Dojo’ kids aged between 8-16 years old are mentored in coding, design and development of websites, apps, programs, games and more. Continue reading
Mark Heraghty, Managing director of Virgin Media Business, believes that by 2025 working from an office will be outdated. Instead, he reckons that we will work from anywhere we choose, and create a workspace out of thin air using special interactive surfaces… According to Heraghty, in little over a decade, hologram-like teleconferencing will be the norm in interacting with your ‘team’ as opposed to over the desk with a brew. What do you think? far fetched or more than likely? Continue reading
A recent study found that Magento eCommerce continues to be the industry’s most popular platform with a massive 31% of the current market share.
Hello Highers! Meet Hill Valley High, an Alt. Pop band from Telford. HVH have played sold out shows in Brazil to stages at Download, Sonisphere and T In The Park and have opened for Madina Lake, Elliot Minor, Mayday Parade, Tinie Tempah, We Are the Ocean, and the Pendulum DJs. Formed in 2006 and influenced by music such as Foo Fighters, Blink 182 and a little bit of Justin Bieber HVH needed a brand that represented their alternative style of pop-rock that also spoke to the fans to go with the launch of their new EP.
Welcome to our (probably) daily feature celebrating the various spillages and whoopsies made by the one and only Steve ‘Hazard-Zone’ Flanagan.
Think Digital: News Update
By demand, THINK DIGITAL is back and ready to hit 2012 with a bang. A huge thank you to all who attended our first event on 11th November 2011, your feedback has been gratefully received and our survey says:
THINK DIGITAL 2012 / Friday March 2nd 2012 3pm – 6pm. / Kuku Club, Cardiff, UK
We will be announcing full details on the next event very soon. In the meantime, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, or pop over to @TDCardiff
On Friday 11th November 2011 we held our first digital event in Cardiff, THINK DIGITAL. Our aim was to collaborate with other digital professionals in Cardiff and put together a collection of presentations which would both (hopefully!) inform and inspire. Our target audience for the event was local businesses, from start-ups to medium sized companies, possibly with a web presence in place but with scope for improvement and room for ideas and inspiration.
This is a nice little interactive flash application that attempts to demonstrate just how big
our universe is, and just how insignificantly small we really are…..
Signed up last week and i’ve been hooked since.
What is Glitch? We’ll it’s a massive multi-player social game built by the guys behind Flickr – and it’s all for free.
It’s one big connected world, and your smallest actions can have the most unimaginable consequences apparently. It’s fun and funny. It’s fresh and fantastic.
Sign up today and start exploring this mad new world…