We have another event to announce, as part of Scraperwiki’s UK & Ireland tour. We’re going to Lichfield, Staffordshire! In partnership with Lichfield District Council, we’re holding a hacks and hackers hack day at Best Western the George Hotel 12-14 Bird Street, Lichfield WS13 6PR on Thursday 11th November (*note venue change*). The event is […]
We’re pleased to announce another date on our Hacks and Hackers Hack Day tour. Today, the booking page goes live for our visit to Belfast: Saturday November 13th 2010, at the University of Ulster. Belfast tickets at this link It’s a chance for web developers and designers to pair up with journalists and bloggers to […]
Hot on the heels of our Leeds Hacks and Hackers Hack Day announcement, comes Dublin. Today, the booking page goes live for our Irish date on the Hacks and Hackers tour: Tuesday 16th November as part of the Innovation Dublin festival.
Tickets are now available for a new ScraperWiki’s event: Hacks and Hackers Hack Day Leeds, a chance for web developers and designers to pair up with journalists and bloggers to produce a number of projects and stories based on public data.
We’ll be going to Leeds on Thursday October 28th and we’re currently negotiating venues and dates in Cardiff, Dublin, Belfast and Glasgow.
ScraperWiki is thrilled to announce its next event for journalists and programmers: Hacks and Hackers Hack Day Manchester, a chance for web developers and designers to pair up with journalists and bloggers to produce a number of projects and stories based on public data.
Liverpool John Moores University Open Labs has just released a video of our Hacks Meet Hackers event that took place in Liverpool last month. The video gives a flavour of what happened when journalist, bloggers, software developers and artists came together to work on interesting and novel ways of exploring and using public data. You […]
Health, education and leisure facility data came under scrutiny from Birmingham programmers and journalists at last Friday’s Hacks and Hackers Hack Day.
Last Friday we hosted the second of ScraperWiki’s Hacks and Hackers Hack Days – in Liverpool, sponsored by Liverpool John Moores University Open Labs and the Liverpool Post & Echo. It marked the start of the ScraperWiki UK tour, with plans for events in Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Dublin, Belfast, London and Cardiff.* We had a […]
For non-programmers, a first look at ScraperWiki’s code could be a bit scary, but we want journalists and researchers to make use of the site, so we’ve set up a variety of initiatives to do that. Firstly, we’re setting up a number of Hacks and Hacker Days around the UK, with Liverpool as our first […]