On June 1st and 2nd, come join developers, designers, and lofty thinkers as we do our best to expand access to civic data and open technologies in the Tampa Bay area. Our goal is to expand the accessibility of civic data to the Tampa Bay populous while increasing collaboration between civic hackers and the various local and state governments.
ITT Tech, Tampa campus, has graciously agreed to let us use their facilities. We’ll have plenty of food, beverages, and data to go around. So, bring your laptop, ideas, and talents over to 4809 Memorial Hwy, Tampa, FL 33634 and help make Tampa Bay’s data more useful and accessible!
Breakfast and snacks are being sponsored by our local area McDonalds. Lunch (and a few freebies) will be provided by Jim Wildman of Red Hat, the world's leading open source company. Dinner is still open for sponsorship.
Stephanie Willson Photograph has been generous enough to sponsor coffee (hooray!) and offered to photograph the event.
And we also want to give a special thanks to Hillsborough County, Commissioner Sharpe, his entire staff, and EDI2 for contributing to our event, providing some excellent data, and for providing an amazing amount of support.
We greatly appreciate all of our sponsors and we really couldn't have done it without all of their support.
- Rally is offering free 1-year subscriptions to AgileZen and Flowdock to all participants of the National Day of Civic Hacking.
- Amazon is offering a $100 voucher for AWS services to all pre-registrants.