With five new dockless bikeshare systems joining Capital Bikeshare in Washington, DC, we are renaming CaBi Hack Night to Bikeshare Hack Night. This meetup is a show & tell of apps and data visualizations about any of DC's bikesharing systems: Capital Bikeshare, Jump, Ofo, Mobike, Spin, and LimeBike. And even mBike (College Park) and Baltimore Bike Share. (capitalbikeshare.com, jumpmobility.com, ofo.com, mobike.com, spin.pm, limebike.com, bike.zagster.com/mbike, bmorebikeshare.com)
Doors open at 6:30 (no earlier), with speakers starting at 7:00. (This is a half-hour later than our normal schedule.)
We're thrilled to be hosted by The Black Cat. We'll be in the "Backstage" room behind the Red Room bar. When you enter The Black Cat, stay on the first floor and enter the door on the right. Please bring ID, as you will be carded. The Black Cat is an all-ages venue; those under age will be given black Xs on their hands.
Our speakers are:
🚲 Tom Lee (@tjl) will show how to listen-in on your bikesharing mobile apps.
🚲 Joe Haaga (@joe_haaga) will explore temporal and regional factors affecting CaBi bike usage.
🚲 Christopher Williams will show how he created an Alexa app (amazon.com/gp/product/B06XJ5X5SN) for Capital Bikeshare.
🚲 Daniel Schep will show how he created share.bikehero.io
🚲 Daniel Gohlke will talk about building a middle-ware for Motivate's switch to Mapbox.
🚲 Kalimar Maia will show how he used Mapbox to create a data visualization of driving trips vs Jump trips.
🚲 Alex Ulsh will show how she mapped bikeshare distribution across neighborhoods.
🚲 Michael Schade will show how he created mvjantzen.com/bikeshare
Here's what happened at CaBi Hack Night VII: "Bikeshare operators addressing rebalancing and other fixes to maximize reliability": mobilitylab.org/2017/03/21/bikeshare-techies-rebalancing-maximize-reliability.
We unfortunately have to overbook this meetup due to historically high percentage of no-shows. Thus, being on the RSVP list does not guarantee entry. Please help us out by using Meetup's RSVP system: select "yes" if you plan on attending, and as soon as your plans change, go back to this page to change to a "no." This helps us plan for the expected attendance and manage capacity.
Seating capacity may be limited; overflow will be standing room.
Many thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible: Mobility Lab, The Black Cat, Jump Mobility, DDOT, and BikeArlington.
Our hashtag is #bikesharehacknight. As always, stay tuned to @techiesdc for updates: twitter.com/techiesdc