IBL, in my mind, stands for ‘Incredibly Brainy Legends’. However, I’m told the more popular meaning for the acronym is ‘Industry Based Learning’. Since 2015, PaperCut has paired up with Melbourne’s Swinburne University to support year-long professional placements to students. As it happens, many of those placements have progressed into permanent roles. Just ask our […]
Constructival is PaperCut’s version of a tech hackathon (construction + festival). This two-day event is the source of many projects that make their way into workplaces.
Here’s what happens according to an event organizer and a participant.
A PaperCut user pinged me on Twitter, saying our software was a resource hog.
His accompanying screenshot seemed to confirm his words.
Surely not, I thought. Has PaperCut been secretly hoarding memory? What might the RAMifications be?
I engaged support guru Josh to solve this mystery.
Recently, the pitter patter of mini PaperCutter feet echoed through the office as they dropped their parents off at work and headed to Code Camp.
Twelve eager students spent three days not only learning to code, but applying their learnings by building their own game.
Here’s why we’re teaching them young (no, it’s not for the cheap labour – promise).
Once upon a time, a recycling bin sat in the corner, gorging itself on unwanted printouts. After the installation of PaperCut MF, it was used sparingly. A very good thing.
I thought I’d give these scraps a second chance at life in the following daggy but practical uses for reusing paper in the office.
We’ve talked about all the good stuff our Google Premier Partnership gives to students.
But what about teachers? The guides for new generations? The shapers of minds? Won’t someone please think of the teachers?!
Move over pen and paper, technology and teachers are the new perfect pair – and I’m gonna tell you why.