apps

Interview with Greg Avola of Untappd, a check-in app for beer lovers.
1 comment Posted 21 Aug 2014 by Michael Harrison (Red Hat) Feed
About 10 years ago, when I got my first mobile phone, I hardly knew anything about its operating system or its processor. Even its screen size didn’t matter. I was just happy to have a "mobile" phone.
0 comments Posted 25 Jul 2014 by Nitish Tiwari Feed
open government apps
Government CIOs have ample resources to do a great job for their communities and citizens. They have smart, well-intentioned people working for them and more low-hanging fruit than most private-sector CIOs dream of. The biggest problem is not budgetary, legal, or policy constraints, although those... Read more
1 comment Posted 13 Sep 2013 by Ben Balter Feed
Twitter data for healthcare
As the open source ethic has changed the way that we share and develop resources, crowdsourcing is redefining how we can create new resources based upon that willingness to share. One example of crowdsourcing at work for the betterment of us all is public health researchers turning to Twitter to... Read more
0 comments Posted 1 May 2013 by Sarah Fudin Feed
Citizen participation
"Got code?" is the theme of the Alameda County Apps Challenge 2013.1, the second in a series of unique day-long events designed to challenge the public to create web and mobile applications using Alameda County open data sets. The Apps Challenge will run from 8:30 am to 7:00 pm on Saturday, April... Read more
0 comments Posted 19 Apr 2013 by Keith Carson Feed
giving back with open source
Smaller governments, typically those in rural towns, don’t have the IT capacity to foster serious innovation in citizen participation like governments in larger cities do. Two groups decided it was time to give back and have come together to share their technical knowledge and expertise: ... Read more
1 comment Posted 30 Oct 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Open source automobiles
The automotive industry took a major step forward in its commitment to open source yesterday, as announced by the Linux Foundation. The Automotive Grade Linux Workgroup (AGL) is a new group that will facilitate industry collaboration for Linux development. Major automotive companies like Jaguar... Read more
2 comments Posted 20 Sep 2012 by Casey Brown Feed