The Getting-There Guide to the Labor Day Weekend GreenApps Hackathon
Tomorrow, Saturday September 3, is the Labor Day Weekend Apps for the Environment Hackathon hosted at American University – and we can’t be more excited to work with you. As we know though, half of the victory is just getting there to tap into all the resources and data experts we have lined up. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you with this guide to getting to the spot, collaborating online, and finding resources.
When: September 3, 2011 from 9 AM to 6 PM
Where: American University – Graduate Research Center (below Bender Library)
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Where to Park:
How to Metro:
Take the line to Tenley metro, and from there hop on the campus Blue line shuttle bus to the Ward Circle stop. It’s just a couple blocks from there, but take a look at the map and make sure.
Consult the Google Map:
Explore the Online Resources and Collaborative Spaces:
- GitHub site for sharing software
- UStream for see the action in real time
- Data Finder
- Ideas for Apps
- Developer Resource Page
- Twitter feed: #greenapps
If you have questions, post them here and we’ll answer them ASAP.
Here are the EPA staff who are available to help during the hack-a-thon:
They’ll be available to answer your questions about environmental topics or EPA data.
|EPA staff who are available for AU hack-a-thon|
|Robert Burchard||Sunwise (UV radiation)||Office of Air and Radiation|
|Angelina Hurst||System of Registries||Office of Environmental Information|
|Lisa Jenkins||waste-related data||Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response|
|Ethan McMahon||EPA data||Office of Environmental Information|
|Aaron Meyers||Facility Registry System||Office of Environmental Information|
|Surabhi Shah||urban waters||Office of Water|
|Dave Smith||Facility Registry System, geospatial||Office of Environmental Information|
|Jeff Tumarkin||environmental protection||Office of Environmental Information|
|Cory Wagner||Toxics Release Inventory||Office of Environmental Information|
You have the information. You have your mission. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow and enjoying a fun, ambitious day for open data and mobile development!
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