Posted on May 07, 2019
The decision to become a programmer was made on a whim in maths class in around my 4th year of high school. “T*he games industry has a massive lack of mathematicians.*” said Mr. Mark as he stood in front of his fancy new Smartboard. And that’s when it happened, the seminal moment; “*Hey! I like maths, AND I like games*”. Up until this moment I hadn't given my future much thought and honestly the habit continued, despite my newfound clarity.
Posted on Apr 10, 2019
Vicky Mills joined MIS in mid March as the Chief Product Officer. Vicky has an extensive insurance background and is currently studying part time for her MBA. We asked Vicky a few quick fire questions to introduce you to our new CPO.
Posted on Mar 13, 2019
Cartography is both a science and an art form, the International Cartographic Association defines cartography as “*the discipline dealing with the conception, production, dissemination and study of maps*” but that’s boring and a little technical. Some (I won’t mention them by name) like to refer to cartography as “*advance colouring in*”, but in reality maps are so much more.
Posted on Feb 25, 2019
Firstly, a disclaimer, this article is not aimed at describing what a CTO does, this would be foolhardy given the it varies from company to company. What I intend to do is share with you what ‘this’ CTO does in the small to medium enterprise that is McKenzie Intelligence.
Posted on Feb 13, 2019
McKenzie Intelligence started well before I was born. The company is named after my father – who preceded me in my chosen profession and is regularly cited as being a ‘legend’ by folk I consider ‘legends’. Everything we do is forged in his ideas of professional integrity, resilience and work ethic.