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CityCamp NYC 2014


Saturday, May 31, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

CityCamp NYC 2014

Registration Information

Type Remaining End Quantity
Attendants who are software developers and civic hackers who can sling code, work in a team and share their talents.
26 Registrations Ended Free  
Designer / UX
Attendants who are designers and user experience individuals who can work in a team and share their talents.
55 Registrations Ended Free  
Attendants who are savvy map makers and can share their geo-spacial talents.
43 Registrations Ended Free  
Data Wrangler
Attendants who are comfortable wrangling datasets, databases, and the like
43 Registrations Ended Free  
Legal / Policy Hacker
Attendants who are savvy in dark arts of law, policy, and/or in the City Charter.
42 Registrations Ended Free  
Government Employees, Community Board Member, City Hall Staff
If you are registered for this ticket, please email < event-ideas@betanyc.us > and tell us whom you work for / board you represent / or problem you represent.
42 Registrations Ended Free  
Press / Reporter
If you are registered for this ticket, please email < event-ideas@betanyc.us > and tell us your outlet.
25 Registrations Ended Free  

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Event Details

[Note about the venue - You must RSVP with the name that appears on your photo ID. You will have to check in with building security before heading up.]

For National Day of Civic Hacking, BetaNYC and Dev Bootcamp will host a one day hack day and unconference. 

CityCamp NYC’s mission is to build projects that improve our community, demonstrate open data value, and improve pending legislation. This day will be an intimate event to build, learn, and play. Join us and build a 21st century New York City government.

At CityCamp NYC, we will continue our work established at CodeAcross NYCAt CityCamp NYC, we will focus on tools that make open data useful to City Council members, community boards, and our neighbors alike. Additionally, we open the doors to NYC BigApps participants who are looking for a civic hacking guiding hand.

CityCamp NYC, will have a hacker/maker space and two rooms for unconference sessions. Bring your skills, projects, and ideas and let us build tools to improve NYC. 


  • 10 am - Kickoff with NY City Councilmember & civic hacker Ben Kallos
  • 11 am - Coding and Unconfernce sessions begin
  • 6 pm - Closing Happy Hour and awards 




To be announced.

Event Partners 

NYC Department of Education iZone

The NYCDOE iZone is working on a BigIdea for NYC BigApps: how can we leverage technology to improve access to information on pre-k, afterschool, and mental health services? Take a deep dive with data owners into our APIs (here and here) and participate in Q&A with the experts. We hope you join us in helping families and school communities navigate resources.


Dev BootCamp, CityCamp NYC event hosts

DEV BOOTCAMP is an educational experience designed for the future. We focus on hands-on learning over old-school lectures. From day one, you’ll dig in and start coding. It’s the only way to learn. Apply today and learn.

Have questions about CityCamp NYC 2014? Contact BetaNYC

When & Where

Dev Bootcamp NYC
48 Wall St
15th Floor
New York, NY 10005

Saturday, May 31, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

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BetaNYC is a 21st century civic organization that envisions a New York City powered by the people, for the people, for the 21st century.

We are a not-for-profit organization that uses advocacy, data, and curriculum to improve municipal governance and empower individuals to make an impact.

* We demystify government policies and practices, and work to improve policy.
* We empower individuals and organizations with usable government information and data.
* We explore the future by building government technology prototypes for elected officials, their staff, community councils, the general government worker, and the average individual.

BetaNYC advocates for a participatory permaculture where open data, community empowerment, participatory government, and education coexist in advance of each other.

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