Premier’s Awards for Open Data

Open Data Mixer
Including keynote presentation from Founder and Director of the Open Knowledge Foundation and Shuttleworth Foundation Fellow, Dr Rufus Pollock( http://rufuspollock.org/about/ ):

When: 9.30am to 2.30pm, Saturday 31 August 2013.
Where: TransLink Centre for Service Excellence, Kelvin Grove.
Download transport and location details (PDF)( http://www.yowconference.com.au/lambdajam/images/Location%20Public%20Transport%20and%20Parking%20TCSE.pdf ).

The event will include discussion panels, question-and-answer sessions, as well as providing participants with an opportunity to network and join forces with others to enter their ideas into the Premier’s Awards for Open Data( https://data.qld.gov.au/data-event/premiers-awards ).

The Open Data Mixer is a free event, open to all open data enthusiasts and developers with the aim of stimulating innovative ideas and data solutions for real-life challenges.

While there is no cost to attend this event, places are limited. Please secure your place by registering( http://opendatamixer.eventbrite.com.au/ ) to attend, or contact Event Coordination, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, via email at eventsRSVP@premiers.qld.gov.au( mailto:eventsRSVP@premiers.qld.gov.au?Subject=Data Mixer ) or by phone on (07) 3405 5215.

You can access free datasets( https://data.qld.gov.au/group ) and find out more about the Queensland Government’s open data revolution on the Open Data Portal.

Follow the conversation on Twitter using #dataqld.

Find out more at the Digital Economy Queensland Facebook page( http://www.facebook.com/DigitalEconomyQld ).

 

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