Every year at CityCamp NC we have a great round of speakers. From our lightning talks on the opening night to our keynotes and panel discussions there is always something for everyone interested in hearing more about opportunities and resources available for community collaboration.
To help give an idea of what to expect from CityCamp NC, we wanted to highlight some of the talks and keynote from last year’s CityCamp NC that was held June 12-13, 2015 in Raleigh at HQ Raleigh and Wake County Commons. The videos below are only a few of the speakers, so we encourage you to look into our CityCamp NC YouTube Playlist for all the recordings from last year’s talks.
2015 Keynote Speaker – Mark Headd presents Civic Tech: Days of Future Past at CityCamp NC
CitycampNC was pleased to have Mark Headd (@mheadd) as our keynote speaker in 2015. Mark came to the Triangle to share his thoughts and insights in the area of civic technology and open government and left getting a better understanding of the civic hacking scene in NC.
Mark works for Accela, Inc. as Technical Evangelist to build a developer community around the Accela Civic Platform – bringing value to the company’s customers, partners and clients.
2015 GIS panel lead by ESRI‘s John Yaist
A great discussion about the future of GIS from CityCamp NC 2015.
The panel consisted of – John Yaist (moderator) a Technology Evanglist at Esri, Twyla Deese McDermott from the City of Charlotte with executive leadership responsibilities for enterprise GIS, enterprise address master data management, open data and other corporate technology programs, Anne Payne, GISP has worked at Wake County GIS since 1988 as the GIS DBA and Supervisor, Systems and Applications Team, and Jim Alberque, Web and GIS Program Manager for the City of Raleigh.
2015 CityCamp NC Lightning Talks
Lightning talks, 5 minute talks/presentations by different speakers, each introducing a topic or idea, are part of the kick off event for CityCamp NC and are used to ignite inspiration and ideas before the unconference and hackathon.
Zeydy Ortiz – Exploring CitySDK
Lawrence Abeyta — AppCityLife
Kim Johnson—GoTriangle and Citizen Engagement
Jedidiah Gant – Citizen Informed: Hybrid
We know, this is kind of a tease because you still have a few weeks to wait for 2016 CityCamp NC as part of Open Pass. But, if you haven’t gotten your ticket yet hopefully this spurred you into action! To get an idea of this year’s speakers, head over to our speaker page.
If you’re looking to still get registered, click here. Tickets still available but going fast!