TECHNOLOGY

Inside Professional Gaming

What is being a professional gamer really like? Swip3r: Being a professional gamer seems like…

Roundtable Discussion: What can I do in STEM other than engineering?

A round table discussion with STEM experts including a blood collector, a food technician and a dietitian.

Inside Information Technology

I had no idea how to program, I’d never done it before.

What is bioinformatics and biomedical engineering?

When you take a biological sample and you take out that DNA…there’s so much information in there.

Inside an environmental engineering office

Inside a career in environmental engineering… We spoke to: Post video questions that you might…

A day in the life of a chemical engineer

People keep saying, “engineering is everything around you,” but what does a chemical engineer actually do, in simple terms…

Understanding what computer science is

Beyond learning to code, what do they do?

Fitting and Turning: “Why I picked it”

…You need to be able to tear things apart, remember how to assemble them, know how they work, find faults and repair them – that kind of thing.

Inside automotive mechanics with TAFE NSW

Being an automotive mechanic is no longer about simply knowing your car parts and replacing what’s broken…

On The Phone With: Someone who works in IT and Business

Why you shouldn’t be a software developer.

Considering Mechanics? Here’s some behind the scenes action

“[When I started] I knew nothing technical about cars! I was just interested in them.”

Data Science: What is it?

Everyone is talking about this “job of the future,” but what is it?

5 reasons you should learn to code

Point 1 is a good excuse to give up French, Point 2 is a bit of a buzz kill.

UX/UI design is one of the most popular jobs in 2018, but wait: what is it?

Seven ways to go from amateur to less-amateur without design school.

The four stages of learning to code

Mental state: I am dumb?

The two reasons you’re stalling in your career (and how to fix them)

Useless reply all emails are the ninth circle of hell.

Learning to code is like learning to write again

It’s never too late to be what you might have been.

My start up failed, and this is what it felt like

I take complete responsibility for this failure. Were other people involved in 99dresses? Of course. Was any of this their fault? Absolutely not.