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Illinois Open Technology Challenge Winner Certificate for Joshua O'Neal and Stephanie Gould, C-U There!
 

Illinois Open Technology Challenge Winner Certificate for Joshua O'Neal and Stephanie Gould, C-U There!

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Created by Champaign residents Josh and Stephanie O’Neal, CU-There! incorporates Champaign and Urbana data sets—such as points of interest, historic places and parking meter spaces—in a ...

Created by Champaign residents Josh and Stephanie O’Neal, CU-There! incorporates Champaign and Urbana data sets—such as points of interest, historic places and parking meter spaces—in a user-friendly format that can help encourage residents and visitors to explore Champaign and Urbana, discover hidden treasures and bring citizens and business together in the spirit of community.

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    Illinois Open Technology Challenge Winner Certificate for Joshua O'Neal and Stephanie Gould, C-U There! Illinois Open Technology Challenge Winner Certificate for Joshua O'Neal and Stephanie Gould, C-U There! Presentation Transcript

    • Be it known that the judges and sponsors of the Illinois Open Technology Challenge on this date June 24, 2013 have awarded the efforts of Joshua O'Neal and Stephanie Gould, C-U There! for creating a tool that allows the people of Champaign, Illinois to view local news & event feeds, comprehensive parking location information, and directories of historic landmarks & local businesses. We therefore confer the monetary prize of $15,000 to further the exploration and development of this tool and to further the mission of the Illinois Open Technology Challenge to bring governments, developers and communities together in a common mission to use data to make lives better in Illinois.