Last week, The Hacker Exchange team had the honour of hosting Patrick Lee, co-founder and former CEO of Rotten Tomatoes, for a fireside chat in Melbourne. Hacker Exchange co-founder, Jeanette Cheah, sat down with Patrick and took note of some of her key insights.
This post was written by HEX 1.4 Alumni, Nick Parsell, who is studying a Bachelor of Business majoring in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Swinburne University in Melbourne. Nick travelled to Silicon Valley with The Hacker Exchange in June 2018, exploring a data analytics startup idea
We caught up with Sarah Tan again to share her experiences at Google. Here is her updated interview. For those who don’t know Sarah, she is a past HEXie, now a reformed Googler! She has a passion for all things illustration and design. Whilst she
Meet the amazing Justine Colla… Growing up, she was shaped by the relationships she made in online multiplayer games, expanding her world view and appreciation for diverse perspectives, encouraging her to pursue a career in game development. Justine has worked on several game projects, including
Representing the good people of Adelaide, Tim Healey, was the first South Australian to join a HEX cohort in July 2017. Tim’s studying his Bachelor of Computer Science (Advanced), loves video games, soccer – and we reckon he’d make a kick-ass technical co-founder… take a number,
At The Hacker Exchange, we’re really proud of our students – or HEX-ies, as we call them. In just one short year, we’ve been lucky to spend time with budding inventors working to alleviate Type 1 diabetes, ‘ethical hacking’ enthusiasts, FinTech founders, creative graphic and UX
As an Australian, there are many things I’m proud of that my country is known for, yet with the current hype and media attention on Australia’s innovation agenda, it also brings to light areas we continue to lag behind. According to the World Intellectual Property