Category Archives: Hacking and programming

AlterNative אלתרנתיב

At the end of October a hackathon dealing with transportation issues took place. The declared challenge: Develop the next promising urban transportation apps using Tel-Aviv Municipality database! It can be any app whether aimed at drivers, pedestrians, or public transportation users. You can also use any other database or information resources. I didn’t participate in … Continue reading AlterNative אלתרנתיב

Announcing openAir – a project at Hackita

So – i’m starting to work on my project at Hackita. openAir (temporary name) – Making air quality monitoring accessible The main goal of this project is to present the real-time monitoring data from the governmental air quality monitoring web site in a way that will make sense for people who are not scientists that … Continue reading Announcing openAir – a project at Hackita

Started studying again – Hackita

So i got back to school. The Public Knowledge Workshop (AKA HaSadna) started a new project, Hackita (a words play of hacking and classroom in Hebrew) in which normal people like me 🙂 will learn web development using Python, Django and other tools. The person who stands behind this initiative is Udi Oron, an enthusiast … Continue reading Started studying again – Hackita