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Bikeshare Hack Night IX
BikeshareHack Night is a show & tell of apps and data visualizations about Capital Bikeshare and any other bikeshare systems (and hey why not include scooters). This is our first time at the new WeWork Labs in Southeast DC (near Nationals Park). They will be checking IDs; when you RSVP you'll be asked for your full name for this reason. Doors open at 6:00 with food courtesy of new sponsor Lyft. Program starts at 6:30. Our speakers are: 🚲 Collin Waldoch & Joshua Roberts: Incentivizing riders w/Bike Angels 🚲 Jacob Baskin: Coord's bikeshare API 🚲 Bob Kraig: SMS Bikeshare Availability App 🚲 Daniel Schep: Remixing an electric CitiBike tracker for CaBiPlus 🚲 Mark Sussman: Visualizing the exit of dockless bikes from DC 🚲 Michael Dworken: Slack interface for CaBi Many thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible: Lyft, Mobility Lab and WeWork. Our hashtag is #bikesharehacknight. As always, stay tuned to @techiesdc for updates: twitter.com/techiesdc

WeWork 80 M St

80 M Street Southeast · Washington

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    What we're about

    Do you love open data, data visualizations, and mapping? Can you use your skills to help people find healthy, efficient, and sustainable transportation options?

    The Transportation Techies meetup group is a community of people involved in transportation and technology. The group primarily consists of programmers who love playing with transportation data, and others interested in transit, biking & walking. We are entrepreneurs, computer scientists, transit nerds, urban planners, students, and armchair enthusiasts. We meet once a month. Our speakers typically demonstrate apps and data visualizations. Because our primary audience is programmers, we often talk about how the code works, but non-coders are welcome as well.

    We invite technologists to share discoveries and innovations. There are a lot of APIs and data sources already available, waiting for programmers to put them to use. Follow us on Twitter at @techiesDC (https://twitter.com/techiesdc).

    Many thanks to founding sponsor Mobility Lab (https://mobilitylab.org/) for their support and keeping the conversation alive on their blog (https://mobilitylab.org/tag/transportation-techies/).

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