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Sheffield Digital Festival goes Virtual and Augmented

Field & Sheffield Digital will host an outdoor festival, showcasing and celebrating what the city’s creative and tech communities have to offer.

As you know, we had to cancel the Sheffield Digital Festival in May due to the pandemic. We are now delighted to announce that the Festival will take place on the 16th to the 22nd of November – but in a different format. Using augmented reality, virtual stages, and hosting most of the festival outdoors,

Call for presenters for Sheffield Digital Festival

We’re on the search for people to show off the best of Sheffield’s creativity and technical excellence.

Have you developed new approaches or ways of working by discovering new partners, new technologies or even creative processes that have unlocked new and exciting opportunities for you? Have you made something that breaks new ground through the combination of creativity and technology? We would love to hear from any Digital Artists, Makers, Technologists, Companies

Episode 31: Ben Atha on The Developer Academy and teaching Sheffield to code

We talk to the founder of The Developer Academy about its blended approach to learning how to code.

Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe to the RSS feed From pricing to the importance of face-to-face learning, Ben shares his approach to testing up The Developer Academy so far. He also covers the organisations aims and how the first crop of learners have taken to this new programme in Sheffield. In part

Announcing: Sheffield’s first ever Digital Festival!

You’ve heard us talking about it on the podcast. Now we’re excited to announce some details and ways for you to get involved.

The Sheffield Digital Festival is a collaboration between Field Design and Sheffield Digital. The theme for the Festival is “where creativity meets technical excellence”. The Festival is made up of a main event on Friday 17 May and a platform for people around the city to create and promote their own Fringe events during the