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Pitch your CityCamp NC session here #693

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jhibbets opened this Issue Sep 18, 2017 · 10 comments

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jhibbets commented Sep 18, 2017

If you plan on pitching a session this year for CityCamp NC, please add a comment to this issue with the proposed title and your name. Feel free to add a brief description. We will list the submitted proposals to the website schedule page so attendees can start to formulate a few topics that will be at the unconference.

Disclaimer: you must be present at CityCamp NC on Friday, September 29 to make your pitch in person at approximately 11:15 am at Nash Hall / Church on Morgan.

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I am good to be there all day on Friday. Would love the opportunity to discuss Open Data and Alexa Skills. @jhibbets @ChrisTheDBA Please let me know how long the presentation should be.

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jlbaile1 commented Sep 22, 2017

I am good to be there all day on Friday. Would love the opportunity to discuss Open Data and Alexa Skills. @jhibbets @ChrisTheDBA Please let me know how long the presentation should be.

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shah-kunal Sep 26, 2017

Hi Jason,
Here's a possible session proposal!
Title: Next Gen of Coders
Name: Shah
Description: Come check what students are doing with Code. We have inspired more than 500 kids through various Coding programs. But we would like do more and spread the creativity of Code across Wake county. Please bring ideas on how to further engage with the community and organizations.

shah-kunal commented Sep 26, 2017

Hi Jason,
Here's a possible session proposal!
Title: Next Gen of Coders
Name: Shah
Description: Come check what students are doing with Code. We have inspired more than 500 kids through various Coding programs. But we would like do more and spread the creativity of Code across Wake county. Please bring ideas on how to further engage with the community and organizations.

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tal-yifat Sep 29, 2017

Here's another proposal:

Title: Sustainable energy networks
Name: Tal Yifat
Description: Big data and the IoT will open amazing opportunities to optimize cities' energy and water networks and create efficiencies. Network elements that communicate and adjust to each other can save a lot of money and reduce environmental footprint. How can cities develop their energy infrastructures so that they can make the most out of such opportunities?

tal-yifat commented Sep 29, 2017

Here's another proposal:

Title: Sustainable energy networks
Name: Tal Yifat
Description: Big data and the IoT will open amazing opportunities to optimize cities' energy and water networks and create efficiencies. Network elements that communicate and adjust to each other can save a lot of money and reduce environmental footprint. How can cities develop their energy infrastructures so that they can make the most out of such opportunities?

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