Game time! We have 36 hours to have fun, learn and make magic happen. Here’s everything you need to ensure a smooth hack.
Turning dry data into something people will love isn’t always easy. It’s a lot easier when you know what people want.
If there’s one thing that Bath certainly isn’t short on its heritage. In fact the whole of the B&NES area has an amazing history and cultural heritage. As the week of the Bath Digital Festival is also Heritage Open Week… Continue Reading →
We’re delighted to announce our second big hack on 1st/2nd November as part of the Bath Digital Festival. If you’re passionate about our city and love making things, it’ll be 36 hours of fun and learning.
After a busy day’s hacking and weeks and months of preparation from the B&NES Air Quality team and the Bath:Hacked steering group; our fearless judges (Cllr Dave Dixon from B&NES Council, Robin Spalding, the Councils’ Environmental Monitoring Officer and Tom… Continue Reading →
BANES have made their air quality data public and are funding a hack to find innovative ways to use it.
Thanks again to everyone who came along to The Guild last night to take a first look at our new data store. The link you’ve all been waiting for is at: https://data.bathhacked.org/ The jewel in the crown right now is… Continue Reading →
We learned a huge amount from our first hack back in March, not least the mountains that need to be climbed to put open data at the heart of our city. What followed over the last few months has been… Continue Reading →
“Road Reporter” (aka Bath: Hacked’s very own boy band) stormed the Hacker’s Choice voting but if you were wondering on the final split, we now have the official count. Out of 42 possible voters, 40 voted: Road Reporter – 16… Continue Reading →
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