As new technologies are developed, so too are job roles that support them. By the time we’re old and grey, there’ll be a whole new string of jobs that don’t even exist yet. To show you how this plays out, let’s look at just a few popular roles that weren’t around a decade ago. (more…)
Most of us have had an encounter or possibly even a heated debate with Siri, the intelligent assistant that allows iPhone users to operate their device through voice commands. (more…)
MEET OUR TRAINER: PINKY GAJJAR
Pinky Gajjar is an IT and web development trainer for Martin School of Design and Technologies in Sydney. She’s been working as a developer and teaching in this field for the last eleven years. (more…)
Our focus is on technology this month at Martin, and we’ve roped in a couple of our web experts to share their opinions with us. (Not against their will; they came willingly.)
The topic on the cards: Responsive web design vs. native apps (more…)
The Internet of Things
Have you ever seen somebody turn on the lights, open the blinds and adjust the temperature in the room – all from their smartphone?
What you’ve witnessed is an example of the internet of things. (more…)
A chat with Gerard Ward, Director of Vieple
The ‘jobscape’ is changing, and along with it, the whole hiring and recruitment process.
One company at the forefront of exciting new interview technology is Vieple, a simple and efficient video interviewing platform which allows businesses to conduct remote and first round interviews. (more…)
STUDENT FEATURE BLOG: Shelsa Ng
Shelsa Ng recently completed her Diploma of Web Development (ICT50615) at Martin and graduated as the Dux at last month’s graduation ceremony in Sydney (woohoo!).
Shelsa is an outstanding student in web design and development, so we decided to ask her for a few tips. (more…)
In the technology sector, things are constantly evolving and reinventing themselves.
At Martin, we like to stay ahead of the curve. We’re narrowing down the top tech trends to watch in a series of blogs, starting with augmented reality. So what is it, and why should we care? (more…)
Martin graduate Reiz explains why a tech career will never be boring
Reiz Ariva-Hale studied a double diploma in web development and digital media technologies at the Martin Sydney campus, and is currently working for Study Group as a digital marketing coordinator. (more…)