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Archive for October, 2009

Google’s Craig Nevill-Manning at NZCS Conference

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Craig Nevill-Manning is a great example of a kiwi using ICT to innovate right around the world.
Craig founded Google’s first remote engineering center, located in midtown Manhattan, where he is the Engineering Director. He also put his Waikato Computer Science PhD to good use invented the technology which drives Google’s Froogle, a comprehensive and ground-breaking [...]

Nat Torkington to present at NZCS Conference

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We’re pleased to announce Nat Torkington will be presenting at the conference.
Nat has chaired the O’Reilly Open Source Convention and other O’Reilly conferences for over a decade. He ran the first web server in New Zealand, co-wrote the best-selling Perl Cookbook, and was one of the founding Radar bloggers.
Not only has Nat been a significant [...]

From Aftermail to Xero: The Rod Drury Story

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Described as a “Serial Entrepreneur”, Rod Drury defines innovation in ICT.
Founder of Xero, the Software-as-a-Service company currently redefining small business accounting, Rod was founder and CEO of AfterMail which was acquired by Quest Software in January 2006 and subsequently won Best Exchange Product at TechEd 2006 in Boston.
Rod co-founded USA based Context Connect Incorporated which [...]

NZCS Announces 50 Year ICT Conference

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NZCS is pleased to announce a new conference in 2010 celebrating 50 years of ICT innovation in New Zealand.
As well as being a huge achievement for NZCS, 2010 marks 50 years of ICT innovation across New Zealand. And boy, what a half century it has been.
Presenters and keynotes will represent a who’s who of kiwi [...]