We had 14 civic hackers attend the November hack night held at Rally Software. After brief intro's we had several updates from a few out our brigade captains and attendees.
Exploring Durham Public Schools with Ease
NCDatapalooza wrapped up with Open511 winning the grand prize to provide an aggregation and standardization service for road closure data.
John Steven, UNC-CH Professor, illustrates 14 rewarding aspects of collaborating with 4 regional Code for America brigades as described by local government employees and partners.
The ideas were flowing on Tuesday night, December 2, 2014 at the monthly Code for Raleigh Brigade meet-up. We had a great group of folks from City of Raleigh staff, Wake County staff, developers, citizen hackers, and a few new people ready to improve our government through technology. Our meet-up was held at the NC Innovation Center and by the end of the night, we had 11 projects ideas whittled down to a select few to begin working on for 2015.
On November 22-23, Lincoln Financial Group will be holding codeLinc 2014. In this hackathon, students from North Carolina universities will have less than 24 hours to code a working prototype application solution to solve an issue for one of several education-based non-profit organizations.
Announcing The Flu Shot Finder App for North Carolina. A map-based web application that helps users find nearby clinics offering free flu shots by entering in their address or by using a GPS-enabled mobile device.