Links: Networking tips, Data tips, OnFarm tech, $86m in 57 lines, lighting vids

10 Tips for a great networking experience

Victoria MacLennan

Reality is contacts and connections are still very important when building a career and personal brand. It would be fabulous if we were only judged on the quality of our work but as an employer faced with hundreds of CV's to sift through / shortlist from, occasionally those word of mouth recommendations will cut through the piles of paper quite quickly. Equally knowing who is hiring, who to avoid working for and who pays well for instance is often shared quite informally at ... you guessed it, networking events.


Farming2020 Video Gallery

Each of the 28 on-site presentations provided at the Farming2020 event was videoed and live streamed. Farming2020 has collated all the presentations to provide a unique collection of curated New Zealand AgTech content. We have created this Video Gallery so that that content can be shared with a wider audience.


How I replicated an $86 million project in 57 lines of code

Tait Brown

Don’t ask me why, but one afternoon I had the desire to prototype a vehicle-mounted license plate scanner that would automatically notify you if a vehicle had been stolen or was unregistered. Understanding that these individual components existed, I wondered how difficult it would be to wire them together.


How to light your video (without spending any money)

Francesca Jago

If you don't have the money to go out and buy a bunch of lights that's ok, you don't need to. You have a free lighting source available to you almost 8-10 hours a day, 365 days a year. Yep, the sun! Now you just need to know how to harness it.