TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher part 6: We could live for a thousand...

A journalist attempts to teach programming to primary school children in rural New Zealand

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher, part 5: It's all about control...

A journalist attempts to teach programming to primary school children in rural New Zealand

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher, part 4: Would more women in IT...

Part 4 of one journalist’s attempt to teach programming to primary school children in New Zealand

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher, part 3: The coding lesson that...

A journalist's attempt to teach programming to primary school children in New Zealand

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher, part 2: First lesson

A journalist's attempt to teach programming to primary school children in New Zealand

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

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A journalist attempts to teach programming to primary school children in rural New Zealand

TECHNOLOGY PLANNING AND ANALYSIS

Rant: The computer lords it over all of us

Algorithms are reducing human autonomy, yet even their makers have little idea how some of them work.

SOFTWARE

mySociety: Tech to benefit global civic communities

How is UK charity, mySociety, helping civic communities around the world?

GREEN BUSINESS

Wanted: a new era in era of low-heat computing

Computers generate a lot of heat, most of which is wasted. But that's changing thanks to some novel thinking.

IT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT

Happy Australia Day

Some of our Australian highlights to celebrate Australia Day

HUMAN RESOURCES

Understanding the psychology of workplace bullying

The first step in combating workplace bullying is understanding why it happens. Then you can decide how to respond.

STORAGE MANAGEMENT

Preserving the sounds of New Zealand’s past

Writing endures, but the spoken word is often forgotten. A department of the University of Auckland aims to change that.

INTERNET

Alex Cruickshank’s New Year's Resolutions

A list of the things I have every intention of doing next year, but probably won't

TRENDS

Australia 2015 Tech: A Big Cloud Move Coming

Australia has been slow to deal online but 2015 may see a shift, but security remains a hot potato

HUMAN RESOURCES

Rant: Employer, Stop Following Me!

New technology means that companies can track their staff everywhere, not just at work. Sounds great, doesn't it?

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TOOLS

Making Computers Work Smarter, Not Just Faster

Can we make software run faster without adding extra hardware? Yes, but it's not easy – or cheap

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