- Once Upon a Time in Data Land … more and more Organizations had more and more Data
April 23, 2020 by Rufus Pollock
Once upon a time, more and more organizations such as enterprises, governments, and NGOs had more and more data from more and more sources, both internal and external. They knew (or felt) that it must be valuable … if only they could work out how to unlock that value.
- So you want to join a Covid-19 Data Hackathon?
April 21, 2020 by Audrey Lobo-Pulo, Anuar Ustayev, Gift Egwuenu
The call for action
to respond to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has led many public groups and private organisations on a quest to find new approaches or solutions in dealing with this urgent problem.
- Energinet sees a Green Energy Future alongside Datopian
April 7, 2020 by Audrey Lobo-Pulo, Gift Egwuenu
Energinet is preparing for a new future of renewable energy using integrated open energy data on a CKAN platform in collaboration with Datopian.
- Announcing Frictionless Data Joint Stewardship
March 31, 2020 by Paul Walsh
Our colleagues at the Open Knowledge Foundation announced the Joint Stewardship of Frictionless Data
in December 2019. Some of that announcement post is below, and I also wanted to give some more context on this and how it relates to our work at Datopian going forward.
- Datopian and COVID-19
March 19, 2020 by Paul Walsh
We know many people and organizations around the world are experiencing challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We wanted to reach out to our partners and clients to assure you of Datopian’s work capacity and business continuity – as a remote-first organization we are fortunate to be well structured to cope with the current situation.
- Running a scraping platform at Google Cloud for as little as US$ 0.05/month
January 8, 2020 by Irio Musskopf
I was recently faced with the problem of finding an apartment in Berlin. As you might have heard, this task is not getting easier over time. For foreigners who don’t speak German fluently especially, the effort is enough to require hours of weekly research. When faced with a good-enough option, you must be quick to make the first contact followed by a proposal.