(born William Fu Wei Liao, 1967) is an Australian entrepreneur. He is currently a venture partner with SOSventures and listed as an influential investor on Twitter. He is married with three children and divides his time between Switzerland and Germany.
[Siliconrepublic.com] - The organisation, which held its first annual conference for 150 mentors at the weekend, started up just a year ago when teenage coder James Whelton and entrepreneur and investor Bill Liao decided to tackle the lack of computer education for youngsters
[Siliconrepublic.com] - Just over a year ago, teenage coder James Whelton and entrepreneur and investor Bill Liao co-founded CoderDojo with the intention of providing an outlet for kids to learn how to write software. There are now 104 dojos happening every Saturday afternoon
[IrishCentral] - Now 20-years-old, James Whelton once ran a computer club, in his own school, PBC, Cork, Ireland, and shortly after finishing his leaving Certificate Examinations, teamed up with Angel Investor and XING co-founder, Bill Liao, in Cork, Ireland to create
[Businessandleadership.com] - Whelton, who's now 20, ran a computer club in his own school, PBC in Cork and, shortly after his Leaving Cert exams, teamed up with Angel Investor, and Xing co-founder, Bill Liao, to create CoderDojo. “I quickly saw the massive interest in programming
[Wall Street Journal (blog)] - Co-founder Bill Liao remarks, “How many tech initiatives have you heard of, being imported into Silicon Valley?” Irish Central: Irish invented children's tech initiative “CoderDojo” launched in Silicon Valley · Ireland,; James Whelton · « previous