For 3 years now, Spacecubed has held a free bi-annual event called Perth{Web}Girls to encourage female participants to learn how to code with no experience necessary. Our March event hosted at FLUX received registrations reaching over capacity, and last weekend, for the first time, a spin-off event was launched.

BHP hosted a Perth{Web}Girls event, exclusively for BHP staff and their families, to teach women in the BHP community coding and tech skills. The event was hosted at BHP on the stunning Level 45, with views over the CBD and river, making it a spectacular backdrop for what was unfolding inside.

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Due to the relative ease of scaling technology, it's now possible for a team of 2 to scale to +600,000 users from a St Georges Tce office #TrueStory. Take the Taxi Industry and Uber San Francisco. I think we're all sure there would have been at least one taxi executive that would have written off Uber as a fringe effort having not yet comprehended the ability of a well-funded startup to scale quickly.

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Featuring the prestigious World Wide Web conference, WWW2017, and a host international and local conferences and events, the Festival of the Web will cover topics from Big Data, to Web 3D and VR; from Business, Government and technology, to Web Accessibility or the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas.

The world’s web experts will be coming to Perth with over 400 presentations across 15 technical and industry tracks in WWW2017 alone.

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The Spacecubed passport programme establishes connections between coworking communities, not just locally, but globally too. It's our mission to provide partnerships with some of the best spaces all around the world, and enable your business journey's to become more seamless. Find out more about our most recent partnership here:

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