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BigAppsDevCamp

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NYC BigApps DevCamp

 

 

  • Want to create an app that will change the way New Yorkers interact with their city?
  • Want to participate in a meaningful code jam?
  • Have questions about submitting an app to NYC BigApps?
  • Have questions about the NYC.gov Data Mine?
  • Are you ready to help NYC lead an era of Open Gov in the 21st Century?   

If your answer is yes to any one of those questions, you should seriously consider attending NYC BigApps DevCamp #3 on Saturday, 21 November from Noon to Five at The Open Planning Project (RSVP HERE). Believe it or not, New York City has opened up approximately 170 data sets for you to build upon. The NYC BigApps Competition is designed to facilitate transparency and will reward the developers of the most useful, inventive, appealing, effective, and commercially viable applications with cash prizes and dinner with the Mayor. 

If you can't attend and still want to participate, suggest an app or a data set and send out a tweet with @NYCBigApps 

Saturday, 21 Nov from Noon to 5 pm.

The Open Planning Project - 148 Lafayette St, Penthouse, New York, NY 10013

RSVP here via Meetup.com [to be filled out later] or add your name to this form[to be filled out later], but don't do both. ;)

If you have any questions, please reach out to any of the organizers.

  • Noel Hidalgo - noel@noneck.org - cell +1.646.867.2263
  • Philip Ashlock - phil@openplans.org - cell +1.360.920.7981
  • Brandon Kessler - brandon@challengepost.com - cell +1.917.270.7910

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