There have been some big grins in the Bath: Hacked community this week due to a couple of high-profile mentions of the work we’ve been doing. I thought it would be a good opportunity to summarise what we’re trying to achieve both now …

Smart people in a smart city Read more »

It’s been an incredible week for open data projects in Bath and North East Somerset. Three amazing pieces of work shipped and we are so excited that we’ve just had to tell everyone about it. In no particular order, this …

5 days, 3 projects – An amazing week in local Open Data Read more »

We thought it was high time we put together a list of useful things made by local developers, all of which are powered by open data. Read on to see our short list of free applications. And a call to …

Five ways that open data can improve your life (in Bath) Read more »

We’re very pleased to feature this guest post from Danielle Vass, co-founder of Teach Programming another Bath based community interest company. Danielle recently supported a group of young people from the area in creating open data powered hacks for the …

Bath Young Rewired State Festival of Code 2015 Read more »

On 18th April 2015 Bath: Hacked became a community interest company. In this post I wanted to briefly outline what that means for Bath: Hacked and what we’re hoping to achieve next. We’ve successfully achieved our two initial goals of publishing open …

What is a community interest company, and why have we become one? Read more »

My pal Mark spent a lot of time compiling data on road traffic accidents in Bath and turned it into this mesmerising timelapse map. In not untypical developer fashion, he then plonked it on the Interweb, sent a tweet and …

Bath accident blackspots 1996-2013 Read more »