Keynote from Martin Dougiamas (founder and lead-developer of Moodle).
For the first time in 5 years Martin will be joining the NZ Moot for all three days! A unique opportunity for you to meet the driving force behind Moodle!
There's not much to add about Martin, apart from the fact that he guides the development of the most popular Learning Management System in the world today !
Shane Elliott founded Pukunui Technology in 2000, becoming a Moodle Partner in 2004, and providing a range of Moodle related services to education and training institutions of all sizes across the Asia-Pacific region.
Shane is involved in the development of the core Moodle code, and running the annual iMoot.
Shane is often asked what Pukunui means? It may have something to do with his Maori ancestry or his appetite for a good steak - you'll have to ask him!
Martin Langhoff has been technical lead for teams delivering complex web-based software, Operating Systems and hardware products for well over 15 years.
Currently working as VP of engineering at Remote-Learner (US Moodle Partner). Prior roles include CTO at One Laptop Per Child (delivering several models of the award-winning XO laptop); and software architect at Catalyst IT.
Throughout his career he has contributed to many major Open Source projects including 'git' version control system and Moodle. His work is present in many parts of the Linux stack, including the Fedora and Debian Linux distributions.
Paul Hibbitts specialises in leveraging responsive web design, designing for touchscreens, and delivering multi-device content with his work involving CMS/LMS such as WordPress and Moodle.
His design insights and approaches with mobile blended learning led him to be an invited speaker at events including: Canada MoodleMoot 2013 and iMoot 2014, Agile Vancouver, Educational Technology Users Group 2012, Business Analyst World 2010, IBM Pacific Development Centre.
Don't miss out, this year we are limited to 200 attendees, and priority is on a first come first served basis. We WILL be over-subscribed, so book early to avoid disappointment, and make sure you get the workshop you want (limited places), and to take advantage of early-bird rates!