Weeknotes Week 10. More rail problems, preparing for DataFest19, fixing #AirQuality with @AirAberdeen, reading Orwell, walking and photography.
With our final day upon us, and no tuition sessions to start the day, Friday began with an even greater urgency than previous days. The format was to be straightforward: a sprint of activity to lunchtime, setting up our allocated
Day 1 On a sunny but cool Saturday in February, almost thirty people from as far afield as Edinburgh converged on the Meston Building at Aberdeen University to collaborate on some as-yet-undefined hacks of public services. They came from local
We kicked off CodeTheCity with our first Aberdeen event on 21st – 22nd June 2014 which really couldn’t have been better. We had some 38 volunteers – service users, service owners, coders, designers, bloggers – all of whom turned up
This Saturday sees events to mark the third National Hack The Government Day. It will also be marked across the UK by events such as the one being run at Aberdeen University by Dr Bruce Scharlau. I’ve committed to going
The third national Hack The Government Day takes place on Saturday 26th March 2011. This year’s hosts for the main event are The Guardian. As ever this day is all about having free reign, doing whatever you fancy and showing