Category Archives for Summer of code

April updates

Railtime is gone! It was an app which was perceived by many users as an app which offered a better user experience than the official NMBS/SNCB app (an app bought from a German service provider which was adapted for Belgium). … Continue reading

22. April 2015 by Pieter Colpaert
Categories: apps, BeTrains, iRail, job offer, NMBS, open data, Politics, Summer of code, TEC, The DataTank | 1 comment

#iSoc12 Labs For VDAB

Hi there, all! Just two weeks ago Miet called me. She —as the first iRail employee— was looking for a project manager for a last-minute project. Lieven Janssen from OKFN Belgium and the ‘we open data’-movement arranged a collaboration with VDAB. For those of … Continue reading

14. September 2012 by Hannes Van De Vreken
Categories: iRail, open data, Summer of code, The DataTank | Leave a comment

#iSoc12 The end of three kick ass weeks.

Hi there! It’s been a while since you’ve heard from us. Are you missing our daily posts already? Well, the epic iRail Summer of Code 2012 has come to an end. It were three awesome weeks. We all got the … Continue reading

24. July 2012 by Miet Claes
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#iSoc12 Photographic impressions & some tweets: part 2

The second half of iSoc was just as productive and fun as the first half! I guess great audiences get the best out of me… RT @choisissez: Great advice from @ftack at #iSoc12, awesome! — Filip Tack (@ftack) July 12, … Continue reading

20. July 2012 by Greet Derudder
Categories: Summer of code | 1 comment

#iSoc12 Kot@Gent – from the ashes rises a new app

Hello everyone, I’m Thomas and I’m part of the team responsible for the Kot@Gent application (formerly team Circadia). Together with Michael, we’ve been working quite a lot on this app since I was only able to attend #iSoc12 for the … Continue reading

20. July 2012 by Thomas Tuts
Categories: Kot@Gent, Summer of code | Leave a comment

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