Wanna know more about open data, digital heritage, creative collaborations and great projects? Maybe you don’t have time for a 29 hour hackathon, but still want a little taste of #HACK4DK?
This is for you!
We’re warming up for #HACK4DK 2013 with a string of rapid and fun presentations that will make you smarter and tune your mood for a great hack-event.
10:30 – 11.00: Coffee
11.00: Welcome by Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard, vice-director, The Royal Library
11:05 – 11.40: Session #1
- Being A Modern Software Engineer
Kostas Rutkauskas and Maksim Sorokin, Software developers, Code United
Last years winner of #Hack4DK
- Get in with the Crowd
Michael Hammel, Open Street Map
- Open GLAM Rocks!
Merete Sanderhoff, Reseacher, SMK
What is OpenGLAM, and what can it do for you (and us)?
- Disrupting online real estate
Jonas Åradsson, Partner and Founder, Boliga
- There is a place for everything
Anne Marie Carstens, Consultant, Geodatastyrelsen
11.40 – 11.50: Break
11.50 – 12.20: Session #2
- Sharing and exchanging avant-garde art
Theis Vallø Madsen, PhD Student at Aarhus Universitet and KUNSTEN Museum of Modern Art.
A network of ever-changing open-ended works of art
- Open data – how to make it succeed, how to make it fail
Carsten Agger, software developer, Magenta ApS; board member, Open Space Aarhus
Recommendations, perspectives and pitfalls.
- Open Data Aarhus
Birgitte Kjærgaard, Projektleder
Hvad, hvorfor og hvordan? – Open data i en smart city kontekst.
- Open data to protect nature
Morten DD, ranger and curator at The Natural History Museum, Aarhus
Crowdsourcing open data with the potential to protect the natur and environment
12:20: Go home inspired!
Friday Sept 27th @ 11:00-12:20. Get a good seat and a cup of coffee from 10:30.
The sessions will starts at 11:00.
Simultaneous events at ARoS (Aarhus) and The Royal Library (CPH).
There will be signs at the entrance.
No need to sign up – just show up!
Last years ignite talks on Youtube >> Right here!