The next #OpenDataCBG meet-up will take place this Monday 14th May, at 7pm in the Panton Arms. Sign up now!
OpenDataCBG is back for its third bi-monthly meet-up!
The previous two meet-ups have been a huge success, with almost thirty people squeezing into the function room of the Panton Arms for an evening of talks, discussion and socialising.
On Monday 14th May we will gather in the Panton Arms from around 7pm, to get in a round of drinks before lightning talks kick-off at 7:30pm.
Give a talk
Confirmed to speak so far we have Tom Oinn, who will be giving a lively talk about Overtone, featuring a live demo of ‘things that change colour and go beep’.
There is still space for a couple more talks, so get in touch asap if you’d like to get involved.
Lightning talks are short 2-3 minute presentations on any topic related to open data. The talks are relaxed and informal, and anyone is welcome to join in! Contact laura.newman [@] okfn.org for more details.
Whatever your interests – whether government, science, cultural heritage, hardware, design, transport, or something else entirely! – you are sure to find like-minded people eager to discuss your ideas and share their own.
Sign-up on our meet-up page and tweet using the #OpenDataCBG hashtag.
If you live in or near Cambridge, we hope to see you next week!