OpenTwinCities is hosting a two-day CityCamp conference event in Minnesota. Red Hat Software Engineer Sam Folk-Williams, will be stopping by the hackathon (day2) to provide an overview of the OpenShift hosting platform - a great match for civic apps.
Signup for the November 10th hackathon is available as an option while registering for the unconference event (on Nov 9th).
We'll be hosting office hours to provide additional support for teams during the competition.
Here are some recent blog posts that may come in handy for civic hackers:
Seven Steps to Hackathon Success Open Source Mapping with PHP and MongoDB Hey Civic Hackers - Leave the ninja skills at home and build really useful applications! NYC Shifts Civic Innovation into High-Gear
Illustrated by: Mary Shakshober Product feedback from users goes a long way. It’s why Red Hat’s OpenShift Web Console UI is as awesome as it is today. Features like Dashboards and Topology were added ...
Software can be an enabler for healers. At Red Hat, we’ve seen this first hand from customers like Boston Children’s Hospital. That venerable infirmary is using Red Hat OpenShift and Linux containers ...