Talk

Masterclass: Public Code in Government

Thursday, Sep 5
18:00 — 19:00
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Talk

Masterclass: Public Code in Government

Learn, Democracy, Play, Create,

Public Code in Government: with Nikolas Ramstedt (SE) and Dimitrij Aleshkov (SE).

By using code that been publicly released, you will be able to create large-scale wordpress solutions for government and private organisations. Learn more about public github repositories of Helsingborg municipality and how public code can be used by governments. During this masterclass you’ll have the opportunity to work with public repositories and setup a website. You will need your own computer and knowledge on how to use git systems for sharing code. During this 1-hour session, we will show you how to install and run government websites on your own computer.
Participants will take away:
  1. How sharing code within governmental organisations works.
  2. Whether or not it is possible to make money on inter-governmentally shared code.
  3. Downloaded copy of Helsingborg.se to make your own website on top of the existing infrastructure.

Speakers:

Nikolas Ramstedt (SE)
Nikolas is one of the top developers in Helsingborg municipality and not afraid of experiment with new technology but also focus on delivering cool things.
Dimitrij Aleshkov (SE)
Dimitrij is a serial entrepreneur, father, networker, tech geek and mentor. Based both in Berlin and Helsingborg, he’s worked for big players such as Ritzio Entertainment group, Resurs Holding and started companies such as Wellbefy, Prosocyal and Frinedo. Currently, Dimitrij helps Helsingborg municipality to create better understanding for tech community and startups.

Check out all the Techfestival Masterclasses.

Thursday

17:00 – 18:00: Distributed Design, Values and Application.

17:30 – 18:30 Gig Economy

18:00 – 19:00 Public Code in Government

Friday

17:00 – 18:00 Driving Digital Transformation in Gastronomy.

18:00 – 19:00 Building Prediction Models for AI Services.

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