Morrisville, NC – The HOTTovation program is starting again on June 1, 2015. Applications are now open and the application period will close on April 30, 2015. An in-person interview will be scheduled within three weeks of the application deadline as part of the application process. What is HOTTovation? HOTTovation is a “percolator” allowing people […]
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Raleigh, NC – The PayPal BattleHack Raleigh is underway. The gong just sounded and there are lots of teams beginning their hacks. The building that is now 214 Martin Street was the old City Market. It was officially opened for the first time on October 1, 1914. With the cobblestone lined streets, a tremendous amount […]
Cary, NC – On Friday of last week, I had the opportunity to see the end of the Cary Chamber of Commerce ‘Youth Leadership Cary’ graduation at The Cary. 40 exceptional young men and women had successfully completed the program and had obviously impressed the adults leading this course. The leader of the event encouraged […]
Raleigh, NC – BattleHack is coming to Raleigh on April 18th and 19th. What is Battle Hack? BattleHack brings developers from across the country to develop a solution to a local social problem. BattleHack started in 2013 and is organized by PayPal and Braintree, a PayPal company. Developers use any code base they want. No […]
Cary, NC – The open data movement is gaining traction in North Carolina. This month both the Durham City/County portal and the Wake County portal have come on line. Here is a summary of the open data portals currently in operation in North Carolina. Asheville Asheville was the first city in North Carolina with an […]
Research Triangle, NC – A recent article in the Triangle Business Journal suggests that the Triangle has become ground zero for the competition of fiber competitors (see Former FCC exec: North Carolina could be ‘ground zero’ in fiber competition) . Triangle Open Data Day 2015 may witness the beginnings of ‘ground zero’ for the open […]
Cary, NC – The Code for Cary Brigade has started working with the Town of Cary Cultural Arts Department and the Cary Visual Art organization (CVA) to look at redeploying the Code for America Public Art Finder App. At the brigade meeting on February 10th, Denise Dickens, Public Art Coordinator for the Town of Cary […]
Raleigh, NC – Winter may have put a hold on school events around the Triangle this week, but it will not put a stop to the upcoming busy Tech Weekend. So shake off the winter ice and come out to the events. The 2 major events are going on just a few buildings away from […]
Raleigh, NC – As the state is suffering under wintry conditions it is a good time to review the available tech options to assist you. North Carolina has developed several web and mobile sites to aid in navigating winter conditions. In addition to web and mobile apps, we know that a strong social media plan […]
Cary, NC – We are proud and excited to announce the sponsors of Triangle Open Data Day (TODD): Gold Sponsors OpenDataSoft is a Cloud-based turnkey platform designed for smart and easy transformation of all types of data into innovative services. Its mission: make it easier for business users to publish, share and reuse data. Code […]