In the last couple of organisations I've worked for, the flow of information to a team has always correlated to perceived seniority. Starting as a "developer" and not a "senior developer" or a "team lead" means that people's access to information is restricted. This hasn't always been an active decision, it's just happened because people decide … Continue reading open information means better outcomes
responsive web design @ girl geek dinners
Last night, the lovely women at Sydney Girl Geek Dinners were given a treat - a presentation by me 🙂 Between April and July, one very awesome team at Mi9 built the YouDecide9 site. It's a project integrating Ninemsn, Twitter and the Nine Network's audience in the lead-up to the federal election. Quite literally, everything about the project was … Continue reading responsive web design @ girl geek dinners
tweets… on a map!
I love hack days; they're a great chance to remind yourself what's possible in insanely short time periods. Last week we were given 24 hours over two days at work (2pm - 2pm) to build anything we liked, using any kind of technology. I was very curious about the Twitter API and wanted to investigate … Continue reading tweets… on a map!