Sunday, December 20

Restarted Melbourne Edition of Startup Digest

After a bit of a hiatus I have restarted the Melbourne Edition of Startup Digest, a weekly newsletter showing events in Melbourne that are of interest to entrepreneurs, creatives, technical professionals and business professionals.

It tends to be orientated towards the software industry. Despite things powering down for the holidays there is still quite a few events going on.

If you subscribe there is also a calendar of upcoming events (need to sign in).


Update: The following is an excerpt from the beginning  of the newsletter I put out on the 17th of Feb 2017.
MON20

R Ladies (Free)

February 20th 5:30pm
Learn About R Notebooks, aheatmap Package and Interactive Graphics
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute 1G Royal Parade, Parkville | View in Calendar
TUE21

Application Security (OWASP) Automating REST API testing (Free)

February 21st 6:00pm
FUZZAPI-ing API’s - Automating REST API testing with FUZZAPI
Zendesk Office 395 Collins St, CBD | View in Calendar
TUE21

Cognitive Psychology Applied to UX (Free)

February 21st 6:00pm
Visual psychology and how it can be applied to examine design.
General Assembly Melbourne 12A, 45 William Street CBD | View in Calendar
TUE21

Visual Facilitation: Let's meet, talk and draw together! (Free)

February 21st 6:00pm
Assist people at learning and communication by drawing pictures. 
Coopers Inn 282 Exhibition Street, CBD | View in Calendar
TUE21

Docker User Group (Free)

February 21st 6:00pm
Meet other developers and ops engineers using Docker.
Shine Solutions Level 30, 600 Bourke St, CBD | View in Calendar
TUE21

Internet of Things - SkyGrid (Free)

February 21st 6:30pm
The SkyGrid platform and how developers and startups can utilize the platform.
LaunchPad 3 132 Cremorne St, CBD | View in Calendar
TUE21

Human Centered Design Course (Free)

February 21st 6:30pm
A 6 week course covering human centered design.
Seed 237 Exhibition St, CBD | View in Calendar



1 comment:

al james said...

Thanks for this. I missed the newsletter when it was on hiatus. Especially when theFetch stopped too. It always keeps me informed about what is happening in Melbourne.