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Coming soon: Europeana Open Culture 2.0 for iPad and Android

Blog by Milena Popova, Europeana Senior Marketing Specialist. The next major release of the Europeana Open Culture app will be available in early October. The updated version – available for both iPad and Android tablets – is more user-friendly, with brand-new content and more language choices, as well as better sharing and new download options. […]

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Hack4Europe 2012: Preview of Prototypes

During 2012, and as part of the “Connecting Society to Culture Programme”, Europeana invited developers and designers to demonstrate the possibilities of using the Europeana API to develop marketable applications. The Hack4Europe-competition was launched by EU Vice-President and Commissioner for the Digital Agenda for Europe Neelie Kroes on May 9. At hackathons in Warzaw, Riga […]

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Highlights from Hack4Europe! Roadshow

Four amazing events in four great cities! See the highlights from the Hack4Europe! roadshow in June 2011. Enjoy the excitement, fun and cool apps. Hack4Europe! Road Show, 7-11 June 2011 from europeana on Vimeo.

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Hack4Europe: passion, coding and great ideas

Europeana hack days marked one of our important June highlights. Together with our local partners Collections Trust, Museu Picasso, Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center and Swedish National Heritage Board we organized 4 hackathons in Poznan, Barcelona, London and Stockholm in the week 7 – 11 June. We welcomed 85 developers with diverse background and expertise […]

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Hack Days in Poznan

The second city in our Hack Days blog series (and actually, the first one in the hackathon roadshow) is Poznań. The Hack4Europe! days on June 7-8 are hosted by the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center and Kórnik Library of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Poznań is Poland’s fifth largest city and one of the oldest.  Located on the […]

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Hack days in Barcelona

On May 9th, Milena posted about Hack4Europe: our upcoming Hack Days in 4 European countries. One of the locations  is the fabulous Museu Picasso in Barcelona. We aim to provide an exciting location for exploring the potential of open cultural data for creative services. Members of European Developing communities are invited to join and create […]

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Hack4Europe!

What are the benefits of making cultural heritage data open and reusable? How can it support the development of new content markets, generate new jobs and enrich people’s life? Europeana and its partners Collections Trust, Museu Picasso, Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center and Swedish National Heritage Board are organising a series of hack days for […]

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