Archive for July, 2007

Australian FullCodePress team captain’s choice

12 July 2007 | admin | Comments Off

The Australian team has picked it’s captains choice and would like to welcome on board JEFF LOWDER -who brings a wide range of skill sets that will fit in nicely around other team members.

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The Australian and New Zealand teams

5 July 2007 | admin | Comments Off

The wait is finally over!

The following names from both teams were drawn from a hat*:

The Australian team:Marla Mitelman – Project managerRuth Ellison – User experience /IASarah Peeke – DesignerDavid McDonald – HTML/CSS coderRex Chung – ProgrammerMelissa Cater – WriterThe NZ Team:Peter Johnston (Sorted) – WriterJeffrey Wegesin (Xero) – HTML/CSSMark Rickerby (Coretxt) – ProgrammerZef Fugaz (Provoke) – UX/IASteve Dennis (Enlighten) – …

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Welcoming Red Square and SitePoint!

5 July 2007 | admin | Comments Off

We have two new sponsors joining the FullCodePress party – Red Square and SitePoint!

Red Square

Founded in 1995 by Tony Redhead and Kelly Burke, Red Square delivers flexible, stable and scalable solutions for their clients, ensuring that these solutions are designed specifically to ensure a positive user experience. Red Square’s solutions include strategy, innovative design …

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Adobe to sponsor the Australian FullCodePress team

5 July 2007 | admin | Comments Off

Adobe has just stepped forward to sponsor the Australian FullCodePress team. The Australian team can now be flown in from anywhere in the country, and live in the lap of luxury… while they work 24 hours straight. Welcome on board, Adobe!

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Finalists for the Australian team

4 July 2007 | admin | Comments Off

The Australian selection panel have selected the following finalists for the Australian FullCodePress team – also from a number of impressive candidates. Again, in no particular order:

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Finalists for the New Zealand team

4 July 2007 | admin | Comments Off

After much deliberation, the New zealand selection panel have selected the following finalists for the NZ FullCodePress team from a number of impressive candidates (in no particular order)

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