Project Jetpack

As the head of Marketing, I usually get left out of all the fun aspects of Hackathon, but this year my team and I worked across a few teams and got to join in on all the festivities. Oneflare does a great job of onboarding its business customers and training them on how to use the platform to win more work, but, as hard as it may be to imagine, there are some things that we’re not so great at.

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#SquadGhouls

Last week marked another Oneflare Hackathon, our quarterly R&D event which sees creative minds in overdrive and competition unleashed! The timing of Halloween saw the office completely decked out with pumpkins, cobwebs, and an ensemble of ghoulish characters over the course of 3 days. Typically individuals will ideate over the course of the week, coming together to form groups on the Wednesday afternoon, leaving two and a half days of valuable hacking time! Hot skills to look for in a

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What’s it like to run a Hackathon?

Oneflare’s 4th hackathon is fast approaching (October 31st -> November 2nd), so I thought it’d be a neat idea to give you a peak behind the curtain to see what’s involved in organising and running a successful hackathon!  I’ve been lucky enough to help organise the last 2 hackathons at Oneflare. Typically, we’ll start planning a few months out. The first thing we’ll do is gather together and decide a theme. Because of the timing of the upcoming one, a

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Your first day.

So you’ve accepted an offer to join the engineering team at one of Australia’s fastest growing technology companies…now what? First of all, congratulations, we are very excited to have you on board! Oneflare is an exciting and interesting place to work – and the engineering team is part of a growing group of people who work tirelessly to connect businesses and consumers and solve the job needs of Australians. Due to the nature of Oneflare, which spans across 160 service

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