How to hustle at a hackathon

How to hustle at a hackathon

They say that every startup needs a hacker, a hipster and a hustler. The hacker to build your technology. The hipster to make that great tech shine. And a hustler to package up and sell it. We find that it is these three roles – the holy trinity of the startup...
Every company is a software company

Every company is a software company

This week in my classes at UTS, I put up this quote in a lecture on Agile Methodologies and Lean Thinking: As our companies turn into highly focused software organizations, we must change the way we manage them. A continuous learning environment fueled by...
Applications Open for the HaTCHathon

Applications Open for the HaTCHathon

From healthcare and healthtech to fitness, wearables, lifestyle, convenience and treatment, the opportunities for startups to transform the global (and local) healthcare industries is significant. Just think back to 1999-2000 genome sequencing project – where a 15...
How Hackathons Help Startups Get New Customers

How Hackathons Help Startups Get New Customers

When we think of innovation and technology, we often think of Google. Or Facebook. Locally, in Australia, we may think of some of the more successful startups – Atlassian, Canva or Campaign Monitor, but rarely do we think of more traditional industries such as health...
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