National Highway 7, Ambedkar Colony
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Start Date: December 14, 2013
End Date: December 15, 2013
Do Din is a two day community driven techno-arts event anchored by Hyderabad Urban Lab, Right to the City Foundation, Hyderabad on December 14 & 15.
Hackers, programmers, and data scientists from anywhere in India are invited to the Urban Tech festival.
The festival will focus on using technology to solve three very real socio-economic issues: Water & waste, housing & planning, and urban mobility. We’ll be creating mobile, geospatial, and data visualization applications using open data and other information available.
The freewheeling urban art festival will be organized around comedy shows, music performances, talk shows, theatre and cinema screenings. The themes of all these events will be focused on life in cities. Anyone with an interest in cities in general, and Hyderabad more specifically is welcome! The Urban Arts festival will showcase life in the city from local and national talent.
Urban Tech Workshop:
The governance – civic action and information technology focus will bring together 100 young programmers and data experts from all over the country. Under this focus, there will be three specific technology specializations and three urban socio-economic themes.
- Mobile application development
- Maps and geospatial applications
- Data visualization applications
Urban soio-economic themes:
- Water and waste
- Housing and planning
- Urban mobility
- Along with these allied areas of specialization and themes will also be accommodated as necessary.
Urban arts festival:
The freewheeling urban arts festival will be organized around what we call urban arts: comedy shows, music performances, talk shows, theatre and cinema screenings. The themes of all these events will be focused on ordinary life in cities. While the two day event will attract, people from other cities and therefore will generally appeal to anyone with an interest in cities, effort will be made to give it a strong local flavor by focusing on local history and culture. Therefore the cultural events will showcase local talent and local idioms.
Registration Fees: Rs. 0/-
Registration URL: http://dodin.doattend.com/
Website URL: http://do-din.org
Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Do-Din/399386580160963
Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/dodin2013