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Open Gov Hackday

July 28, 2011 by


Hackday Roundup Yesterday, around 20 of us gathered in a rather cozy room above Russell Square for our first themed hackday. We were teamed up with BrightLemon, who attended and had a hand in organising and publicising the day. Alongside us were hackers invited to build with Kasabi focused on Open Government data. Thank you […]

Featured Datasets: NHS Organizations and Performance Data

July 26, 2011 by


Tomorrow we’re hosting our first themed hack day on the topic of Open Government Data. For the event I wanted to gather some new datasets that could be used to create some new interesting applications. I decided to focus on the NHS and have just published three new datasets: NHS Organization — a dataset containing the […]

Open Data, Hacking and Events

June 28, 2011 by


Last week, I had the fun of giving a very quick talk and a demo of Kasabi in Nottingham. I was at the Open Source GIS conference, and the track covered open government data. I also had the pleasure of being able to listen to the session ahead of my talk. Dr Mooney and Professor […]

Open Government Hackday

June 22, 2011 by


We’re keen to start showing off Kasabi to as many people as possible. So over the coming months you can expect to see us at a number of events, as well as running some of our own. We’re pleased to announce the first event, which will be a hack day themed around Open Government data. […]


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