Initially I studied to be a Marine Biologist but I always had fond memories of assembling computers for friends and assisting people with software installs/ virus removal etc. Teaching came about as I was working part time as a EOTC specialist, taking school students on excursions for Duke of Edinburgh award programmes and conducting outdoor activities. In 2006, I completed my Bachelor of Education degree and worked for two years in a private school in Mumbai , India. Subsequently I moved to Wellington, NZ and completed a Grad.dip in Teaching, to teach in NZ. My first job in NZ was at Wanganui Collegiate teaching Science, teaching Junior Mathematics and Digital Technology. After 2 years, I moved to Samuel Marsden Whitby in Wellington and taught Digital Technology for 6 years. Currently I am the Outreach Coordinator for Engineering and Computer Science at Victoria University Wellington since April 2017. My focus is teacher Professional Development in the areas of DT  | HM curriculum area and establishing lunchtime / afterschool codeclubs, STEM (STEAM or whatever you want to call it) events and classroom technology integration projects. This website is a way to share some of my experiences and resources with the digital teaching community. Please feel share to share your comments.