gapElectron Workshop is a co-lab designed to sustain an independent and multidisciplinary group of workers and thinkers. We are a community which nurtures and supports the search for new ideas, change, work, and an exploration of the outer limits.
Electron Workshop is housed inside 285sqm converted warehouse in North Melbourne, featuring 30 coworking desks, 40 person popup microcinema, and a changeable event, presentation & learning space.
gapWorking from home? Working for someone else? Take the plunge and join a community of people who have the choice of working anywhere, yet choose Electron Workshop to work independently but together.
The Workshop features a full kitchen, fussball table, shower, air conditioning, natural gas heating, bike racks and 100% green energy. We're connected by 10mbit/10mbit symmetrical EFM, and Meraki balanced WIFI, where we can seat up to 30 thoughtful persons.
All of those with desk based occupations are eligible to apply.
The monthly Melbourne Podcasting meetup and aims to provide a place for people to meet, make connections, learn and share knowledge all about podcasts!
At the Better Careers Collective, we believe everyone has the potential, to develop or discover, a career filled with happiness, satisfaction and fulfillment.
Open Tech School runs free programming workshops for the local community. OTS operates out of Stockholm, Berlin, and Melbourne.
A monthly meetup for those interested in and working with the ExpressionEngine CMS framework.
Documentary Filmmaking Lab - free monthly screenings and meetup for all of those interested in the art of documentary filmmaking.
A monthly meetup revolving around recreational drones. Regular speakers, and an opportunity to just bring along your drones or projects to share and experiment with.
gapElectron Workshop features a 2k projector, full 6.1 surround, and a 4m retractable screen, with a seating capacity of 40 persons. The cinema is a collaboration with Valhalla Social Cinema.
A range of regular screenings are organised by Valhalla as well as Electron Workshop, across a range of cinema genres.
gapElectron Workshop is a technology collective and coworking space based in North Melbourne, which operates as a space and forum for intellectual thought, work, technology, learning, and exploration.
Built inside the former Bulla Cream truck repair warehouse, the space was renovated by the founders over a laborious nine month period in 2011. Supporting 30 coworking desks, regular community meetups, events (internal and external), and a 40 person microcinema, Electron Workshop is an analogue social network in a digital world.
gapNick is a co-founder of Electron Workshop, long distance solo sailor and technologist. He’s passionate about creativity, electronic privacy, risk, the environment and remoteness. EFF member and Awesome Foundation trustee. Tweets @hellojaffe.
gapMarty is a co-founder of Electron Workshop, dedicated dad, husband, serial entrepreneur, sustainable vegetarian, computer scientist, and super Internet early adopter. Marty doesn’t believe in sleep, and sometimes blogs.
Get an introduction into the world of web hosting, domain names, DNS and self-hosting WordPress, along with a comparison alongside the Wordpress.com and Wordpress.org services. Learn about the anatomy of a website and how it ties into the WordPress engine, along with theme fundamentals and maintaining the security of your blog.
Presented by the awesomely friendly Chris Burgess (@chrisburgess), who has been working in IT with a passion for web technologies for almost 20 years.
gapElectron Workshop supports many meetups and free community events throughout the year. We're always interested in talking with partners who may be interested in supporting the space and ensuring maximal community impact.
If you think you might be a good fit with Electron Workshop, please get in touch.
gapThe Electron Workshop is pleased to announce that applications are now being sought for round two of our Women’s Workshop Grant. This grant highlights our commitment to supporting women in technology and the startup community, and aims to enhance women’s reputation in the tech industry and connect women with a wider network of tech organisations. Grants are intended for women in the initial stages of their project.
The Electron Workshop offers a free full-time desk with 24hr access for six months, along with an ongoing 20% discount for nine months thereafter.
31 Arden St,
Victoria, 3051 Australia
hello -at- electronworkshop.com.au