First time at BlueLightCamp Last weekend I had the very great pleasure of attending my first ever Blue Light Camp. I’ve done a few unconference events now so I had a good idea how it was going to work, but
As part of BlueLightCamp ’14, a group of civil servants, hackers, and emergency service workers got together for a weekend of furious creation. I decided to look at flooding data. The recent floods in the UK are a brutal remember of
New venture My name is Simon Orr. After a 32 year career in the Royal Marines I have started a new venture in film making. This is on the back of my experiences of 2 ½ years working in TV
Guest Post by Ben Proctor (@likeaword) The naming of things I was quite tired at bluelightcamp. I pitched a workshop and went to the wrong room. Then I concluded that no-one had turned up and went about my lawful business.
Guest Post by Catherine Howe (@curiousc) Just blogging a quick 20 pointer (HT @Danslee) after a great weekend at BluelightCamp. I have blogged the network of networks here so this is a more general write up. Thank yous Thank you Sasha,
Guest Post by Catherine Howe (@curiousc) These are some notes from the discussion we had at Bluelightcamp on the network of networks concept. This is a collision of two projects I am currently working on: The network of networks project
So, There are seven days left before BlueLightCamp unconference and hackathon and we are looking forward to seeing you in Manchester. You have registered haven’t you? http://blc13-eorg.eventbrite.com/ If you have you can get started hacking now. Join us on github
With more and more camps, hacks and other open innovation get-togethers taking place around the country, the FutureGov team spotted a need for an online platform to host the call out for ideas that takes place before many of these