Digital Malaysia

Digital Malaysia: Whither now, wither now?
Digital Malaysia is a much more comprehensive, cohesive and holistic plan than the MSC ever was, if only because its scope is much wider. Too bad it got off to such a bad start then, writes A. Asohan.
Silicon Valley’s secret sauce: Code Army marches on (Part II)
Code Army wants to use the concept of Gamification [the use of game design principles in applications outside of games] to solve the problem of talent shortage that companies face. Here, in the second of two parts, its ‘commander-in-chief’ describes how his team went to the heart of the tech world, and the challenges it faced.
The birth of an idea: Code Army marches on (Part I)
Code Army wants to use the concept of Gamification [the use of game design principles in applications outside of games] to solve the problem of talent shortage that companies face. Here, in the first of two parts, its ‘commander-in-chief’ describes how it went from an idea to strategic plan for the nation.
Digital Malaysia details out ... finally!
MDeC has revealed details of the Digital Malaysia program, first announced in May, 2011, that would see the nation reposition itself as a “player” in the world’s digital economy, and was quick to allay concerns that the new program was merely MSC Malaysia “rebooted.”
ICT policies and the ‘blahdi garment’ reflex
The government’s track record when it comes to openness, transparency and accountability has been so woeful that Malaysians feel disenfranchised, lacking a voice and slow to trust anything that comes out of Putrajaya. When somebody feels cornered, they lash out — and usually it is at the most easily identified target.
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