New Zealand is not alone in struggling to attract women to the tech industry.
Five Rotorua Girls' High School students have won a trip to Belgium in the national Battle of Passchendaele competition.
No formal training or classes but Aniston Inger-Holland still manages 9th place in a online language competition....in RUSSIAN!
Imagine if humans could inhabit other planets or if earthly kingdoms could be won with kung fu...
On Monday May 8th, 12-year-old Amelia Lockley is taking a day off school and flying down to Parliament to teach New Zealand’s political leaders how to code, and to share the importance of teaching coding to all young New Zealanders.
New Zealand is facing a major shortage of IT experts to help small and medium-sized businesses benefit from exciting technological advances, says the head of Google New Zealand.
The eSports phenomenon is tearing through high schools across New Zealand.
Job advertisements on jobs website Seek were up 9.9 per cent in the year to August.
Tom left secondary school around the same time the first ever iPhone was released, so a career developing apps wasn’t quite on his radar then.
App developer/entrepreneur Sebastian Hallam-Clarke already has four registered apps available for free download and has big plans for his future in software development.