Join us Feb 21st & 22nd as we celebrate the #1 open data city in America! #CodeAcross NYC is a two day festival of, or related to, liberating government data. We are bringing together government, community based organizations, innovators, academics, and individuals to create effective uses of NYC’s data. CodeAcross NYC is open to all […]
iquantny: Through I Quant NY, I’ve worked to tell the hidden data stories about the way New York City runs, and the way we experience it. But along the way, I’ve learned that as far as our city has come with Open Data, there are some simple steps that would allow for even more revealing […]
How to Query NYC Open Datasets With Socrata flatironschool: The following is a guest post by Stephen Chen and originally appeared on his blog. Stephen is currently a student a The Flatiron School. You can learn more about him here, or follow him on twitter here. NYC provides a ton of data from a variety […]
BetaNYC is New York City’s civic tech and open government community. In past year, we’ve hosted 54 events demystifying open data and government, worked with transportation advocates to improve NYPD’s crash data, we’ve gotten the City Council to adopt 21st century rules, and worked with the Council and the Mayor to put the City’s Laws, […]
BetaNYC’s NYC 311 Oversight hearing testimony – Google Docs Today, we are in front of the New York City Council’s Technology. You can watch the hearing via the City Council’s web stream (14th floor hearing room) or an archived video here.
Date: Monday, 27 October 2014To: NYC Council – Committee on TechnologyFrom: Noel Hidalgo, Executive Director Re: BetaNYC’s Testimony on Open Data TestimonyBetaNYC Testimony Bit.ly bundle: http://bit.ly/betanyc-20141027 Good afternoon Chair and City Council members, I’m Noel Hidalgo, and I am the Executive Director of BetaNYC. BetaNYC is a civic technology community group. Through our weekly meetings we […]