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githubBy Loren Mullane, Community Engagement, BCDevExchange

As any coder will tell you, sometimes code breaks. Normally, fixing broken code falls on the original coder who needs to carve out time in their busy schedule. A fix can take time depending on how much other work a coder has.

innovationBy Loren Mullane, Community Engagement, BCDevExchange

Today, we launched a new iteration of the BCDevExchange website with new features to help B.C.’s public and tech sectors collaborate and experiment together.

By Loren Mullane, Community Engagement, BCDevExchange

In the early days of the BCDevExchange, we heard a key message from the BC Innovation Council’s (BCIC) experienced technology network: “Don’t build this idea behind a desk in Victoria. Get out and talk to the provincial tech industry.”

globalsprintGuest post by Andy Teucher, Environmental Reporting BC (@andyteucher)

At Environmental Reporting BC, we embrace openness. We share our methods, data and code underlying the Province’s State of the Environment report. We do this so others can replicate and evaluate our work, and to foster collaboration with other scientists inside and outside the public service, including providing opportunities to contribute if they desire.

CKAN_Logo_full_colorBy Greg Lawrance, Metadata & Catalogue Services, DataBC

This week we published the code that powers the BC Data Catalogue in the Province of B.C.’s GitHub account.