After the first month of our seventh Summer School season, we’ve received some encouraging feedback about our iterated programme, the Summer Festival of Learning.
In its seventh year, Summer School will offer participants the opportunity to learn Cloud-related technologies and approaches, as well as additional business-focused streams open to students of Commerce, Journalism and Media Studies.
The immedia ecosystem, a Durban-based Microsoft Gold Partner, announced today that it has earned its third gold competency in Cloud Platform. This Gold competency represents the highest level of expertise within Microsoft solutions and further validates immedia’s growth as one of … Continue Reading
Public speaking in the community is one of the ways in which we can grow as a community in a technological world that is moving at a very rapid pace. In order to keep up with the latest trends in the tech world, we need to collaborate with other like-minded experts. In this post I share my experience speaking at the Durban Azure User Group.
We’re now well into the second half of the year, and it seems winter has brought some warmth for the team at the immedia ecosystem.
In this month’s newsletter, we’ll be joining our Apple fanboys/girls on their post-PC pilgrimage and sharing with you our latest app dev training developments.
April’s been an inspiring month at immedia with the team venturing into several new projects and solidly immersing themselves in the South African digital sphere.
Given that it’s been described as the pet project of Apple founder Steve Jobs for the last 2 years, two of immedia’s most intrepid explorers set off for New York earlier this month to get their hands on the iPad.
In an article first published in AdVantage magazine’s February 2010 issue, immedia Head Strategist Anice Hassim says that operating from the ‘primordial ooze’ of Durban makes for a hotbed of creativity and allows for a free style of thought and ingenuity that takes a company from good to great…