Cary, NC — Ian Henshaw, Managing Partner at Technology Tank, shares ten Tech Tank articles that were the most popular, and the most helpful, of 2014.
About Tech Tank
Technology Tank is an organization that studies technology, communications, and engagement for government, business, and nonprofits. The organization was commissioned to study Cary’s technology and engagement in July 2012.
This included, but was not limited to, the study of municipal websites, mobile applications, social media, open data, video, Cary as a community tech hub, legal issues, and sustainability.
Most Helpful Articles
2014 was a good year for technology activity in NC and the Triangle. The pages and regular features from Technology Tank that you found most helpful were our listing of Tech Meetup Groups in the Triangle and Charlotte, the monthly lists of Upcoming Tech Events and our Tech Calendar.
Please contact us if you find any errors or omissions on our Tech Meetup Group lists.
Top 10 Tech Tank Articles
Here are the Top 10 Tech Tank articles based on your views:
- Hortonworks launches in Durham. Tech Tank interview with with Barry Duplantis, Hortonworks new Vice President of Customer Success to discuss his move to Hortonworks and the decision to launch operations in the Triangle.
- Raleigh – Emerging Tech Hub. Raleigh included in a TransferWise blog list of the 8 emerging tech hubs.
- Oakhaven Coworking. A project of Tech Tank, Oakhaven Coworking follows the success of American Underground, HQ Raleigh and others by bringing a coworking space to suburban Cary.
- How Libya’s Election Process is Better than the United States’s. NC based Caktus Group developed the technology that registered 1.5 million voters for Libya’s June 25th elections.
- Triangle Open Data Day Recap. We were told that Triangle Open Data Day was the biggest Open Data event in the world!
- Morrisville StartUp Networking. The Morrisville Innovation Foundation periodic networking event.
- Triangle Open Data Day. An initiative of Tech Tank, Triangle Open Data Day unites developers, data analysts, civic leaders, students and activists in a weekend of learning, liberating data and building applications to display useful information.
- Code for America Brigade. The idea behind Code for America (CfA) is “hacking for public good” – developing civic apps that can be used across municipalities in America.
- LIVES – Open Data Standard. Wake County is one of four early adopters of the LIVES data standard – an open data standard which allows municipalities to publish restaurant inspection information that can be consumed by apps like Yelp.
- The Open Data Institute Comes to NC. The Open Data Institute founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee has a node in North Carolina – the Open Data Institute of North Carolina (ODI NC).