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Will Egan is an Internet entrepreneur from Melbourne. He is the co-founder of Code the Future, a successful Not for Profit organisation that teaches children how to program computers. Egan is best known for his thoughts on programming, online marketing, digital literacy and diversity in technology. He was recently recognised for his work in promoting digital literacy through the awarding of an ANZIA (Australia New Zealand Internet Award) for innovation. Will Egan regularly presents at conferences and seminars throughout Australia.
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