Browsing Archives of Author »Zach Beauvais«

Mobile Monday: Data-Driven Mobile Apps



We will be joining the Mobile Monday February gathering in London to talk about data-driven mobile apps. We’ve been looking into this world, and investigating developers’ needs for useful data; and had a go just before Christmas at working on an app ourselves. So, to explore further, Kasabi are sponsoring the Mobile Monday on 13 […]

Improving Data: Exploring Air Transport



Kasabi’s Data Team are working on a series of data conversion and publishing projects, and one area of focus is air-transport. I will introduce you to some of the ideas behind the project in this post, and ask what you’d like to see in air-transport datasets. I’ll also follow-up with detailed information as new sets […]

We heart data



You may not have realised that the Kasabi team really likes data, so we’ve put together a poster expressing our semtiment. Alongside data, we’re also rather fond of the Kasabi bee, zipping in and out of datasets like flowers in the field…OK, so it’s Monday and I’m only on my first pot of coffee. But […]

Kasabi for Facebook Apps



Just before Christmas, Team Kasabi experimented with Kasabi’s app-driving potential by working on their own applications for a week. Tim posted earlier about his team’s mobile efforts in working on the FoundSound mobile app. I spoke with Leigh who—together with Julian and Benji—explored Facebook’s recently announced timeline. The Timeline lets users create a personal history […]

First Year of Kasabi



Around this time, it’s popular to look back over the year and reminisce about what’s happened, what’s changed, and point theatrically onwards to the new year ahead. For Kasabi, this kind of look-back post can never again have the same meaning. In 2011, for the first time, we had the chance to show people what […]

Europe Offers Data for Developers to Build on



“Europe’s public administrations are sitting on a goldmine of unrealised economic potential: the large volumes of information collected by numerous public authorities and services.” – European Comission Press Release Europe is planning to open up data, and seems like it is backing plans with serious commitment. The European Commission will publish its own data, and […]

Cooking with Kasabi



Some people may have noticed a change in the way Kasabi’s documentation is laid out, now that it’s more of a book of API info, help and examples. There is a couple of other new “books” up, and I want to point out the kind of Kasabi cookbook of recipes. The recipes are there to […]


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