Events

We don't just want Data Mill North to be an open data repository, we want it to be part of the ever growing digital community in our region.  Whether it's innovation labs, hack days or lightening talks if it's going on we'll promote it here.  So, if you're arranging anything, get in touch and we'd only be too happy to help promote it!

Upcoming Events

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Social Media Surgery

Date: 24/07/2018

Are you flummoxed by Facebook or terrified by Twitter? Fear not, as help is at hand! Leeds Social Media Surgery helps Leeds-based charities, community organisations and societies to master the mysteries of social media and help raise their profile.

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ODI Training – Open Data in a Day

Date: 01/01/2017 - 31/12/2018

Venue: ODI Leeds

New to open data? Get started with our one-day interactive course run by our experts. You will learn how to discover, use and describe the benefits of open data and how they impact your organisation.

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Past Events

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All Aboard!

Date: 10/07/2018

Venue: ODI Leeds, Munro House, 3rd floor, Duke Street, Leeds, LS9 8AG

In July 2018, and in collaboration with ODI Leeds, The Department for Transport (DfT) is holding a programme of four workshops across England. These full-day events are part of the public consultation run by DfT on the proposed ‘open data’ and ‘audio-visual’ components of the secondary legislation of the Bus Services Act 2017. The events are a follow up to the ‘All Aboard’ series of events held in November & December 2017.

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LightStart Leeds Digital Coffee Morning

Date: 06/07/2018

Venue: Platform, New Station Street, Leeds, LS1 4JE

A crowd favourite, the LDCM is a fun morning of networking, coffee drinking, pastry eating, creative thinking and lounging. Come and join us for our 2 year special. Two years?!?! Where did that time go?

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Skills Skills Skills: Digital Jobs Dashboard

Date: 09/06/2018

Venue: ODI Leeds, 3rd Floor - Munro House, Duke Street, Leeds, LS9 8AG

‘Digital skills’ does not mean ‘computer wizard.’ In a fast and technologically-driven world, most jobs require at least basic IT skills – using email, spreadsheets, word processing, navigating websites, uploading pictures, etc. Jobs in the ‘digital’ or ‘tech’ sector require more advanced skills, from knowing programming languages and coding to data analysis and machine learning.

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