We have big plans for Bam Creative over the next six months, hence my lack of posting recently, however I can now announce that as of tomorrow, Myles Eftos, previously a brilliant freelancer under the name Madpilot Productions, is joining us as Development Team Leader.
No doubt he’ll mention it over on his blog as well. Now we just need to all get used to having a Miles and a Myles in the same office. Does that make Bam Creative two miles long?
Lastly, the big annual Australian web conference is on again, September 26 – 29 in Sydney. Previously named Web Essentials (see previous posts, 1, 2 & 3), the new conference is called Web Directions, and two of the four original organisers, Maxine Sherrin and John Allsopp, are pulling out a great line up of speakers and some really interesting topics. The conference is pre-empted with two days of workshops, in an all star lineup.
Make sure you get along, support local initiatives and network with the web industry. I’ll be there, along with most of the West Coast Bloggers, so it’d be good to see you. Maybe this time, I’ll get the chance to introduce Molly to local beers, as was discussed and commented at last years conference.
Image: Gate ironwork from an abandoned hospital.
15 June 2006 at 2:41 pm
“previously a brilliant freelancer”
I’m hoping “previously” is attached to “freelancer” and not “brilliant” 🙂
Glad to be part of the team!
15 June 2006 at 2:43 pm
Great catch Miles 🙂 I’m sure that every other web company in Perth is now green in envy.
19 June 2006 at 3:53 pm
“For someone who hasnâ€™t touched html for a few years, she has done a great job.”
C’mon dude! She’s done a great job – period. No qualification necessary. 🙂
In fact you could even turn it around as emphasis – “She has done a great job, even though it’s been a few years since she last touched html.
20 June 2006 at 8:16 pm
Congrats Miles and Myles – I know I’m jealous 🙂