This event, with the theme of Education, took place over the weekend of 10-11 September 2022 at the ONE Tech Hub 2022.
We 21 people attending on Saturday and 16 on Sunday (including one online). They formed four teams to work on projects.
The details of the projects can be found on the Github repo for the weekend.
The final team presentations which took place at the conclusion of the Sunday afternoon session, have been uploaded to a Youtube playlist.
The remainder of this page remains as it did before the post-event update.
This event has the broad theme of Education. This is a broad area and can be interpreted in any way that attendees wish. For example, it could refer to
- formal or informal education;
- to primary, secondary or higher / further education;
- to a specific area such as the teaching of computer science;
- or to the gathering and analysing of open data on educational attainment;
- or any other relevant idea you might have.
We’re drawing up a list of proposed projects which will be tackled over the weekend. Have a look – and please add your suggestions too.
If you have never been to a hackathon before or are interested in knowing more about the projects previously tackled then please check out our hackathon overview page.
This event will be run as a physical event, with online attendance options.
We’re working on finalising the exact format but the weekend will resemble this:
Sat 10 September 2022
- 09:00 Open for breakfast
- 09:30 Introductions
- 10:00 Identify potential projects, form teams
- 10.30 Break-out sessions to familiarise ourselves with some of the tools and platforms
- 11.30 Projects start
- 12.30 Lunch
- 13:30 Projects continue
- 17:00 Wrap up for day one (TBC)
Sun 11 September 2022
- 09:00 Breakfast
- 09:30 Projects start
- 12.00 Lunch
- 13:00 Projects continue
- 15:30 Show and tell
- 16:30 Event close and clean-up.
Throughout the weekend we will have regular check-ins where we speak about our projects and hear what others are doing.
You can book a ticket now at https://ti.to/code-the-city/ctc27
By signing up for this hack weekend, you agree to our Code Of Conduct.
Who should attend?
Anyone! Despite our name, coding is a small bit of what we do. It’s essential that we have subject area specialists. In this case that might be teachers, university or college lecturers, pupils, students and those who work in policy. And those who have less formal roles too.
Of course, coders, data wranglers, designers and other techies are important to a hack weekend.
Once we have some challenges posed, we’ll create projects and teams to work on them over the weekend.
As a charity we aim to encourage all to attend our events – and to make the barrier to attendance as low as we can make it. We also have to consider our costs of administration. So our standard tickets are just £5 for the weekend.
If this is a barrier to you attending please get in touch and we can issue you with a ticket at no cost, no questions asked.