This week on Byte Into IT along with our usual discussion of this week in technology, computing and gaming we have a special guest.

From NASA, The Deputy Director of the Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate at the Goddard Space Flight Center: Dr Juan Roman.

Direct download: Byte-Into-IT-02222017.mp3
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Byte Into IT - 15 February 2017

The first show back for 2017, we are joined in the studio by Dan, Warren and Vanessa, with plenty to say about technology, computing, gaming and anything else on your radar.

This week's guests are Lisy Kane and Julie Fisher

Lisy Kane is a producer for game studio League of Geeks, and co-founder of Girl Geek Academy - a startup encouraging women to learn technology and launch their own businesses.

Julie Fisher is Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of IT at Monash University. Julie has researched the area of gender and IT for the past 20+ years, and has been part of teams which have implemented intervention programs designed to encourage girls into IT. In 2007 Julie Fisher, and her co-authors, trialled a revolutionary new program in schools: ‘Digital Divas’.

Direct download: Byte-Into-IT-02152017.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 11:40am AEDT

Byte Into IT - 30 November 2016

This weeks episode is the last of the year for Byte Into IT, bringing you news in technology this week is Vanessa, Dan and James.

Co-founders of That Startup Show Anna Reeves and Ahmed Salama come in to discuss their own beginnings and what they are involved in currently.

Game Designer and lecturer at JMC Academy Robin Vilain comes in to talk game industry differences between his native France and Australia.

Direct download: Byte-Into-IT-20161130.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 2:02pm AEDT

Byte Into IT - 23 November 2016

Chatting about tech news, computing and the internet, this week with Colin, Sam and Warren. 

Dr. Alexa Delbosc from Monash University comes in to discuss the future of transport, self driving cars and what needs to happen for them to become viable.

Designer of new video game Paperbark - Terry Burdak, talks about his approach to design and why he has chosen to focus on an exploration of traditional Australian themes in his game.

Direct download: Byte-Into-IT_20161123.mp3
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Byte Into IT - 16 November 2016

The panel this week is Simon, Vanessa and Jo, filling you in on this week in technology and computing. 

From Monash University Drs. Jon McCormack and Chatai Goncu discuss their research project involving creating devices with haptic feedback to assist the visually impaired.

Jamie Houge of the World Faery Society comes in to talk about their new augmented reality game ahead of the upcoming Monsterworks conference.

Direct download: Byte-Into-IT_20161116.mp3
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Byte Into IT - 9 November 2016

Jo, Laura and Warren on the panel this week to discuss all things computing and tech, along with some great guests.

Dr. William Yan, lead researcher from The Centre for Eye Research Australia comes in to discuss their recent win of Google's Social Impact Award for their Vision at Home project.

The impact of technology on our work, and what jobs we will be doing in the future is a recurring point of discussion on this show, Tim Dunlop walks us through his new book which deals closely with these themes - Why the Future is Workless.

Direct download: Byte-Into-IT_20161109.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 12:31pm AEDT

Byte Into IT - 2 November 2016

Cassie and Vanessa on the panel giving us all the news in tech and computing from the past week.

Daniel Crowley and Valentin Muenzel from Relectrify - a home startup involving the re-purposing of old electric car batteries - discuss the possibilities of reusing old batteries and its impact.

Dr. Troy Innocent comes in to tell us about his augmented reality event with Melbourne International Games Week.

Direct download: Byte-Into-IT_20161102.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 12:12pm AEDT

Byte Into IT - 26 October 2016

Laura, Jo and Warren talk technology and the arts this week on Byte Into IT.

Daniel Garcia and Michelle from the National Gallery of Victoria Education team discuss their efforts in getting youth involved in the arts

Ghosts, Toast and the Things Unsaid at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image is a collaboration between Google's Creative Lab, Grumpy Sailor and ACMI X resident, Sandpit. Daniel Koerner from Sandpit walks us through this interesting exhibition.

Direct download: Byte-Into-IT_20161026.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 11:49am AEDT

Byte Into IT - 31 August 2016

Laura, Dan and James talking internet, computing and technology on the panel this week.

Ben Schwarz & Karolina Szczurorganisers of CSSConf and JSConf come in to talk about the hard work involved in designing conferences for diversity.

Professor Julian Thomas from the Swinburne institute of social research calls in to explain and discuss the 2016 Digital Inclusion Index.

Direct download: Byte-Into-It-20160831.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 9:15am AEDT

Byte Into IT - 19 October 2016

Vanessa, Dan and James on the panel today talking computing and technology.

Ben Dechrai and Rick Giner from BuzzConference come into the studio to talk about BuzzConference and how to get involved - happening on 25th - 27th November

Direct download: Byte-Into-It-20161019.mp3
Category:Byte Into It -- posted at: 8:52am AEDT



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