The AUC is calling for submissions for its upcoming conference on the digital arts to be held in November 2011.
We’re holding workshops in Sydney & Melbourne during September 2011, aimed at giving participants the skills to develop apps for iOS devices including the iPhone & iPad. In total, 50 partially funded places will be made available.
/dev/world/2011 – our annual Mac and iOS developer conference, will be held towards the end of September in Melbourne, and we’re seeking expressions of interest from potential presenters.
X World – the AUC’s annual 3-day hands-on training event specifically for Higher Education Technical staff who support and manage Mac OS X and iOS systems – will be held at the University of Technology, Sydney from the 6th to 8th July 2011 and will feature a wide range of presenters from the University sector and Apple as well as hands-on laboratories so attendees can learn how to configure and administer Mac OS X & iOS and implement it back in their own environments.
X World 2011 will also feature updates on Apple’s latest operating systems, Lion (Mac OS X 10.7) and iOS as well as ample opportunity to network with colleagues at social events.
Registration closes on 26 June 2011 and spaces are limited – see the X World pages for more information and registration details
The AUC has added 5 iPad 2’s to our seeding equipment pool for short-term loan for use in evaluation, testing and development. These iPads are Wi-Fi + 3G however you need to provide your own micro-SIM (3FF) to be able to use the 3G data network.
Each iPad also includes a number of demonstration media files including Apps, Movies, Music, Podcasts and Books. If you sync the iPad with your local machine these demo files will be deleted and you can install your own. See the Seeding Equipment page for more information.
The AUC is pleased to announce it is offering a limited number of partially funded places to each of the AUC Ruby for Mac OS X Workshop to be held in Sydney on the 11-12 July 2011 and Melbourne on 23-24 July 2011.
The workshop is aimed specifically at students who study computing science, computer engineering, information technology, mathematics and/or have an interest in developing applications in the Ruby programming language on Mac OS X. Staff from member Universities are also welcome to attend. It is expected that those who attend will have experience in a modern Object Oriented program language such as Python, C++ or Objective C. No prior Ruby experience is assumed.
Not long after the release of the iPad just over a year ago, Dr Tara Brabazon (Professor of Media Studies, University of Brighton) told us that “…for academics, the (iPad) platform enhances daily teaching and research. In an age when universities’ core functions are under threat, the gadget offers a vision disconnected from the crumbling teaching and learning experiences in our libraries and classrooms.”
The AUC Student Developer Scholarship Program seeks students who have a talent for, and demonstrated experience in programming on Mac OS X and/or iOS, a strong academic record, and an innovative project idea that doesn’t reinvent the wheel. This is a golden opportunity for top-tier student developers to further their development skills and produce a great software product.
Ever wanted to learn how games like Counter Strike and Quake worked behind the scenes? Ever wanted to learn how to take your own idea for a game and implement it? Ever wanted to learn how to write great games for platforms like the Mac, iPhone and even Windows? Well this workshop is for you.
- The University of Sydney benefits from our iPod Touch loan pool
- Deakin flies high with the Parrot AR.Drone
- iPad Art at Curtin
- Daniel Woo goes back in time at Parramatta
- Life after the AUC for students
- iTunes U success at La Trobe
- Lantaco at Macquarie
and much more including the popular Crossword competition where you could win an iPod nano.