Following the internal user testing last month (blog post here), we’ve been working to improve the Kasabi marketplace and have started gearing up for a private beta soon. One of the things we’re planning beforehand is an invite-only hackday on the 16th of March.
We’ve invited a small group of experts round to our Birmingham offices to have a first look at Kasabi and put a select bunch of datasets and APIs through their paces. We’re looking for anything from visualisations to customised APIs and proofs-of-concept over new and existing datasets.
Some of the sets won’t have been seen before, other sets will be familiar, but given a new perspective in the application. We’ll be brewing up a pot of SPARQL-blend coffee and order in some pizzas to fuel the hacking, and have a group of Talisians coding alongside.
A couple of invitees are unable to make the day, so if you’re interested in an invite to the pre-Beta hackday, you can drop me a line on email@example.com or catch me on skype (zbeauvais).
The venue for this hackday will be at Number 43 Temple Row, Birmingham. There’s a Google Map of the event below. This should be an easier trek for most people, because we’re very near Birmingham New Street Station.