In this lecture we have Ohyoon Kwon, Giovanni Maggini and Piotr Steininger from the Code for Europe project, who will share their experiences in building apps for three challenges in the City of Amsterdam.
How do you spread tourists in the city?
How do you manage offer/request of spaces from people in a neighbourhood that want to join or start activities?
How do you help a team of professionals working on the front line and on the edge of legality to prevent youngsters degrade?
The Code for Europe project in Amsterdam offered these three challenges to the Fellows, and were given 9 months to solve them. After the turning point of their project, they will present discoveries, lessons learned, obstacles, apps that were built and future plans.
Feedback from the Appsterdam community will help drive the development of the last phase of the project!
"Code for Europe is a new organization looking to solve local civic challenges, by temporary agile teams of developers, in a way that the solutions are easily reusable for other European cities."
The Fellows in Amsterdam present their progress at