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  • Blog Post: Windows Phone InfoKit for Public Sector Developers–Click links to download

    You can download the PowerPoint version here Joel Reyes put together this infokit to help developers interested in building Windows Phone apps quickly get up to speed - it can also serve as a reference to developers already building apps. This is a collection of Tools, Training, Resources and Open...
  • Blog Post: YOU ARE INVITED - Random Hacks of Kindness - Hacking for Humanity - Global events - December 4-5, 2010

    Looking to make a difference? Microsoft, Google, The World Bank and Yahoo! are inviting software developers, independent hackers and students to participate in the Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) event on December 4 and 5 in over a dozen locations around the world. This progressive initiative brings...
  • Blog Post: Open Government Data and Bing Map Apps

    NOTE: This was cross posted from here . The Bing Maps team is running a King of Bing Maps contest .  Chris Pendleton just published a blog post on Bing Map App Development Resources over on the Bing Maps blog.  If you aren’t familiar with Bing Map Apps, they are mini applications you write...
  • Blog Post: DC Citability Codeathon Attendees - Come Watch the Demos today!!

    Wow we are cooking up some awesome demos for y'all! A citable dataset from real data Citable map Citable video with open annotation Citable browser plugin Concepts on what kind of 3rd party apps might exist And then our unsung heros that did all the amazing backend tools that made this...
  • Blog Post: DC Citability Codeathon - Why the buzz?

    Check out the following recent articles on the importance of citability and the upcoming codeathon in DC sponsored by Microsoft!! Enabling Eureka via Citeability by Lewis Shepherd, Microsoft Corporation Stop Fishing and Start Feasting: How Citable Public Documents Will Change Your Life by Silona...
  • Blog Post: DC Citability Codeathon reminder - the week-end is near - Register today!!

    The DC Codeathon on Citability is just around the corner - Geeks programming for a Good cause. Microsoft and the League of Technical Voters are excited to invite you to a 2-day codeathon during the week-end of April 9th through the 11th at the Microsoft Chevy Chase office in the DC area. The focus...
  • Blog Post: Citability Codeathon - DC - April 9-11, 2010 - Register NOW!!

    Microsoft and the League of Technical Voters are excited to invite you to a 2-day codeathon during the week-end of April 9th through the 11th at the Microsoft Chevy Chase office in the DC area (please see attached flyer). The focus of the effort is on making government documents more accessible and citable...
  • Blog Post: City of Edmonton, Canada uses Windows Azure/Microsoft Open Government Data Initiative for publishing government data

    The City of Edmonton today launched http://data.edmonton.ca - an Open Data catalogue that increases the accessibility of public data managed by the City. As part of an initiative to improve the accessibility, transparency, and accountability of City government, this catalogue provides access to City...
  • Blog Post: REMINDER - Join us for the US Public Sector Virtual Launch Experience tomorrow - November 10th 2009!

    Register at http://www.uspsvle.com/developer-agenda.aspx today ! Do not miss this unique opportunity. On November 10th at 9 am (PST)/12 pm (EST) you are invited to join Microsoft U.S. Public Sector Vice President Curt Kolcun and top technology leaders at “The New Efficiency” virtual launch event...
  • Blog Post: Web-based mapping tool gets government data via API from OGDI: http://visualfusion.cloudapp.net

    Microsoft partner IDV Solutions has created a terrific mapping overlay tool that can get map data from any KML source. Since OGDI natively emits KML, its a great demonstration of web standards enabling open government data. They’ve included DC data from OGDI, and some national data (parks, earthquakes...
  • Blog Post: FOLLOW UP: Developer Dinner on OGDI

    NOTE: This was cross posted from here . Thanks to everyone who attended Developer Dinner showcasing our work on the Open Government Data Initiative ( OGDI ).  Here are the follow up links we promised: OGDI Developer Dinner.pptx FlexEntities.zip -Marc
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