Civic Apps Using Open Data: Shockoe Annual Hackathon

Civic Apps Using Open Data: Shockoe Annual Hackathon

by Feb 12, 2018

Shockoe’s team uses open data to develop useful and innovative civic apps for the City of Richmond during its annual hackathon that measurably impact the daily tasks of individuals and organizations. Check out our full press release on the details of all projects listed below here.

Alex Otañez

Alex Otañez

February 12, 2018

Alex has more than 10 years of international experience in Strategic IT Transformation and Custom App Development. His expertise in various industries ranges from Consumer Goods to Retail to Finance while assisting clients in the areas of Business Strategy & Development, Security & Compliance, and Technology Transformation. As one of Shockoe’s founding members, Alex is focused on business strategy, security & compliance, digital innovation, mobile management, and operational transformations.

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