“The Fastest Growing Jobs of The 21st Century” – Melbourne

 

Another successful TRA (@TRA_digital) & General Assembly (@GA) collaboration!

Following on from our inaugural full house event in Sydney (@SydneyGA), GA Melbourne (@MelbourneGA) hosted another amazing panel event addressing the hottest job trends of the century. In particular our fantastic audience heard some great insights into Australia’s start up environment.

Our expert panel also highlighted hot tech trends such as user experience (UX) and scripting languages like JavaScript and Ruby on Rails (RoR) as those set to take off.

Twitter was on fire with questions for the panel and positive feedback for the event. That just leaves us to a say a massive thank you to our hosts @melbourneGA and our speakers @justciaran @blakepaulr @konners @jocranford and all those that attended.

Based on the success of these events there is certainly going to be more FREE events to come!! Watch this space and look out for one near you!!

#fastestgrowingjobs #digital #tech #startup #ux #RoR #JavaScript #Melbourne #GA #GeneralAssembly #TRA

UX Australia 2015 – 25-28 August 2015, Brisbane

 

TRA are sponsorsoring UX Australia 2015 conference, we couldn’t be more excited – and here’s why!

Hands-on workshops on 25-26 August will provide in-depth practical skills, and will be taught by some of the best UX practitioners in the world. Some will be for people new to UX; some will give old hands something new to learn.

The two days of main conference presentations (on 27-28 August) will cover a wide range of UX topics, from practical case studies to new approaches to how UX fits in an organisation.

For more details about the event, please click here.

“The Fastest Growing Jobs of The 21st Century”

 

Thanks to everyone who made it to our event with @sydneyGA & @TRA_digital.  An amazing panel of experts who shared real life issues and insights to digital careers. Will keep you posted about the next one!

Massive thanks to General Assembly and our fantastic panel of experts:

  1. Natasha Prasad from Atlassian
  2. Matt Freedman from Oakton
  3. Charlie Gerard from ThoughtWorks
  4. Amy Broadfoot from Columbus
  5. Paul J Morris from Commonwealth Bank