ChangeCamp Vancouver, GovCamp Toronto & Open Data Hackathon

For those in Vancouver, ChangeCamp will be taking place Saturday at the W2 Storyeum on 151 W Cordova. You can register here and propose sessions in advance here. I know I’ll be there and I am looking forward to hearing about interesting local projects and trying to find ways to contribute to them.

I’ll probably submit a brain storming session on datadotgc.ca – there are some exciting developments in the work around the website I’d like to test out on an audience. I’d also be interested in a session that asks people about apps they’d like to create using open data. It will be interesting to get a better sense of additional data sets people would like to request from the city.

Out in Toronto, I’ll be speaking at GovCamp Toronto on June 17th at the Toronto Reference Library. I’m not sure how registration is going to work but I would keep an eye on this page if you are interested.

Finally, on the 17th SAP will be hosting an open data hackathon for developers in Vancouver. A great opportunity to come out and work on projects related to Apps 4 Climate Action or open data projects using city of Vancouver data (or both!). I was really impressed to hear that in Ottawa a 130 people came to the first open data hackathon – would love to help foster a community like that here in Vancouver. You can RSVP for this event here.

Hope to see you at these events!

One thought on “ChangeCamp Vancouver, GovCamp Toronto & Open Data Hackathon

  1. VanChangeCamp

    Thanks for blogging about Vancouver ChangeCamp :)We’d love some help getting the word out about this year’s event on Nov 26th. Would you be able to write a post or update your past content with this year’s Vancouver ChangeCamp info? Better yet, if you could make it out to ChangeCamp this year, we’d love to have you.

    Info at: http://vanchangecamp.ca

    Register here: http://changecamp2011.eventbrite.com

    Thanks!

    Organizing Team, Vancouver ChangeCamp

    vanchangecamp@gmail.com

    @vanchangecamp:disqus 

    Reply

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