Capital One's Gift the Code hackathon saw over two hundred Toronto developers join together for a 48-hour hackathon - but instead of competing for a top prize, these 34 teams were competing to build the best solutions for Canadian charities.
The tech industry has matured to the point where working in tech no longer necessarily means knowing how to code - but giving code a try can help non-devs in tech better understand their customers and company goals. This International Women's Day, and for the duration of the month, Booking.com has partnered with Ladies Learning [...]
Sci-fi authors and futurologists have long dreamed of environments and entire worlds existing purely in virtuality - and for the first time in history, technology has caught up to that dream. From June 24-26, 2017, the VRTO Virtual Reality Toronto convention brought hundreds of VR aficionados to Toronto to discuss the future of our reality in the virtual [...]
Anouk Wipprecht is not your average fashion designer. Her pieces go beyond fabric and stitches, and into the realm of exoskeletal 3D printing and microcontrollers, bringing garment and wearer together into a united cyborgian being. In this 360 video interview, I sit down with Anouk to discuss her path to becoming a world-famous robotic fashion designer, her opinions on open source, and her latest project: a connected unicorn horn for children with autism.
In the life of a Technical Evangelist, there is no such thing as a typical day. Every single day is different. Sometimes I meet with colleagues at the Microsoft Canada HQ, sometimes I code in coffee shops, and sometimes I speak on stages or in lecture halls around the country. This week I spoke at four [...]