Thank you to The Longmont Channel 8 that spent hours at the Hackathon Event recording and capturing the highlights and putting together this wonderful video so we can share them with you.
Payton Peterson of PCProVideo was a great help during our Longmont Hackathon. He and his team setup their equipment at Skyline High School to live stream our event and also record videos of the app presentations, the awards ceremony and took time to walk around and conduct various interviews with hackathon committee staff, a few council members and developers.
To view a specific video clip, click on “Playlist LongmontHackathon (13 videos)” and you’ll see more options or visit the City’s Youtube Channel.
If we’re not broadcasting live, please choose from the “select playlist” dropdown “Longmont Hackathon 2013” to see previously recorded shows.
A big “Thank you” to Kristy “GovGirl” Fifelski who took some time this week to help us promote our first Hackathon by including us in her recent video update.
Visit the article at http://www.govtech.com/govgirl/Hackergov-and-Trending-Topics.html
This is a great short video that provides an overview of what happens at a typical Civic Hackathon Event. Rachel Sterne, Chief Digital Officer, City of New York, explains their first ever New York Hackathon.
Kevin Curry, program director for Code for America Brigade, discusses how designers and developer are joining the civic technology movement across America.