From January 27 to 29, the Open Data Challenge hackathon will be held in the capital city. As part of the upcoming Open Data Challenge 2022 hackathon, special webinars were held from January 17 to 20 with involved experts on the use of open data, and a workshop was held on January 24.
Topics were divided into 4 days:
Each webinar was attended by 40 to 50 participants.
The workshop was held at the Tashkent State University of Economics (TSUE). The event was attended by about 80 people. The speakers were the Head of the Department for Expertise of Design and Technical Documentation of the State Institution “E-Government Projects Management Center” Maksumov Daniyar, CTO and co-founder of “MODME” Ruslan Yuldashev. They clearly showed and talked about open data with examples.
The hackathon will be held from January 27 to 29 at AKFA University. Recall that the Open Data Challenge hackathon is organized by IT Park together with the OSCE Project Coordinator in Uzbekistan and the IT company “Virtual Group” with the support of the Statistics Agency under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Anti-Corruption Agency and Akfa University. Also, experts from such organizations as Uzum, Geoalert, GDG and others are invited as mentors.
To date, 281 teams have registered for participation (each team has from 1 to 3 people). Tashkent turned out to be the most active – 141 applications, followed by the Tashkent region – 34. In the context of other regions, the indicators were distributed as follows:
According to the directions, the applications were distributed as follows:
The average age of registered participants was 22 years.