Technology: Tech Tank Update
Cary, NC — Over at Tech Tank, our friend Ian Henshaw has been busy publishing blog posts that discuss recent technological events and developments in the Triangle area. CaryCitizen shares a few here.
Tech Tank Event Calendar
Ian keeps us aware of Triangle events that provide education on and interaction with new or existing technologies. Be sure to mark your calendars if any of the programs below sound interesting.
Free and Open Source Software Fair: February 7, 2015 from 8:30 am-5 pm. This participant-driven event is open to the public. Ian shares the what, where, and why of the program as well as its all-day schedule.
Startup Weekends in NC – RAL: February 20-22, 2015. This 54 hour event brings together designers, developers, entrepreneurs, and experts from all domains. Ian provides more information about it in this post.
Code for Cary – Jan 2015: Ian discusses the items covered in the first Code for America Brigade in Cary (Code for Cary) meeting of the new year.
Cary Coworking: Ian introduces the benefits of co-working and informs us of developing plans to create such a space in Cary.
Cary Technology Task Force Recommends: Ian lists the summary recommendations for Cary from the Technology Task Force, which was commissioned in 2012 to study the town’s technology and engagement.
Triangle Updates: Open Data
Durham Announces Open Data: The city and county of Durham, NC recently announced the hiring of an Open Data Consultant. In this post, Ian introduces us to the hire, Jason Hare, and provides a brief history on Durham’s journey towards open data.
Triangle Open Data Day 2015 Update: Ian updates us on the themes and registration process for TODD 2015.
Registered ODI Trainer in NC: Tech Tank’s very own Ian Henshaw was recently recognized and provided with the Open Data Institute (ODI) Registered Trainer mark. In his post, Ian explains what this credential means.
Welcome to Your Endless Frontier: The RTP Frontier, a large, new co-working space in Research Triangle Park, just launched. Ian provides information about the January 15, 2015 opening. You can find more Frontier coverage on CaryCitizen.
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