The background of this article has been a journey. Like the story goes, overnight popstars are not born overnight — and this story takes a similar twist.
Late last year (2018), I was able to spend some time at Substation 33 (https://substation33.com.au/) a social enterprise initiative in Logan City Council. And whilst I was there, I had a chat with Tony Sharp — a fantastic person helping spread the word — have more conversations. Here’s a couple of the video chats we had.
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This week I was attending a customer event. It was an interesting learning experience on different levels. It was a great opportunity to meet some people that I would not normally would be.
It was a hackathon put on by MLC Life Insurance (#MLCLifeHackathon) and we (as Oracle) were happy to support them as one of their partners. I’ve been to other hackathon events but they were organised differently. So I was curious to see what their objectives were. It would too easy to be cynical. With an open mind, I was happy to be part of their journey.
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I’ve recently updated my twitter and medium descriptions.
It takes a village to grow. Community, friends and family are important to me.
I’ve written about it in a recent article hosted on medium titled It takes a village … I talk about what it means and what I’m trying to do. And it will take a village. If you are interested, contact me and let’s do this together.
I’m starting a series of blogs and collective content around “not just the tech”. This is where the inspiration has come from and a general observation:
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