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
This is my first Python technical post 🙂
openAir is online.
I’m pleased to announce that i made my first commit to openFleet 🙂 openFleet is a small django project aimed at helping small businesses manage their car fleets. It will notify when you need license and insurance renewals, upcoming car treatments, and will help with tracking expenses. It will also help compare and understand the … Continue reading Announcing openFleet
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
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