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For people interested in sharing and using data across Brighton & Hove

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  • New Discussion
    Patrick S.

    "We kick the new year off with a terrific replay of five talks from UX Camp Brighton 2014. Info and tickets: www.uxbrighton.­org.uk/uxcb14-r­edux/ Speakers: Carlos Saba - The Minimum Loveable Produ..."

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    Neil J. Neil J. joined
    December 23
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    Matt H.

    "Are you passionate about using technology to improve people’s lives? Or know someone who is?..."

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    Chris F. Chris F. joined
    November 19
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    Mark A Mark A joined
    October 14
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    Paul T. Paul T. joined
    August 22
    Paul T.
    "Work in local government and keen to move the open data agenda on across the wider Brighton City Region, including Adur and Worthing."
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    Sheridan N. Sheridan N. joined
    August 19
    Sheridan N.
    "Hi, I'm a University of Sussex alumni, living in Hove. Like to explore how people are engaging with the IoT and open data to transform city life for residents, businesses and visitors."
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    James James joined
    June 22
    James
    "aka orbific"
  • New Discussion
    Graham L.

    "Dear all, [TL;DR: Open Data is cool. Go and vote for what data you're interested in - link below. Say hi. Get in touch to help.] You may have noticed that the Open Data Brighton & Hove (ODBH) group has been dormant for a while. Sorry about that...."

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  • New Poll
    Graham L.

    ""Data"­ is a pretty meaningless word. Everything can be reduced to data if you try hard enough. But in the Open Data world, there are some broad, general categories of data that it's useful to talk about.…"

 

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