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Canada Codes! The CODE 2015 Top 15 Apps
The top 15 apps from CODE 2015 have been announced! Do you know who made the best use of Canada’s open data for the contest?
More than 1,300 participants, representing over 300 teams from across the country, built 125 apps, drawing inspiration from 3 development themes: Healthy Living, Business Opportunities, and Youth Employment. It was Canada’s biggest appathon ever.
Over the last week, XMG Studio, the private sector host of CODE 2015, screened the long list of apps submitted by participants to a short list of the most promising top 15 apps. The criteria included user experience, potential of the app, and use of open data. The top 15 teams will pitch their apps to a panel of judges on March 16. The judges will determine the winners of the $15,000 grand prize, the $5,000 student prize, and a $5,000 prize for each of the development themes.
However, there’s yet another very exciting prize to be awarded! The Fan Favourite category is now open for your votes among all 125 apps submitted. This prize, worth $5,000, will be awarded to the team that receives the highest count of votes on their team profile and highest count of social shares and likes on their community networks.
You can browse the collection on the XMG CODE website, and vote for the one that most appeals to you. The deadline for voting is 5:00 p.m. EST on March 26, 2015, so be sure to show your support for these new entrepreneurs.
CODE 2015 Top 15 Apps
The following 15 entries, listed in no particular order, are the top-rated applications in their categories.
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Youth: Youth Employment
- Team SFU Data Crunchers with High School Down, Where Next? app. Helps Canadians find out how much a degree will cost them. Team consists of Jonathan Bhaskar, Bradley Ellert, Jasneet Sabharwal and Maryam Siabani of Burnaby and Coquitlam, BC.
- Team Canada2020 with Yes You Can! app. The app allows Canadians to determine how far a specific career path can take them. Team consists of Rati Mehrotra and Vikas Nath of Toronto, ON.
- Team Niew Labs with Career Path by Niew Labs app. The application is aimed at helping Canadian youth discover, research and choose future career paths. Team consists of Jigdel Kuyee, Rob McDiarmid, Daniil Shevelev and Lev Perelman, of Toronto and Vaughan, ON.
- Team Challengers with Canada Careers Finder app. Web portal giving information about plenty of careers available in Canada. Team consists of Alexandre Mathon Roy, of Montreal, QC.
- Team Blazer with Blazer app. Matches Canadians to job offers in their area. Team consists of Majd Hussini, of Bedford, NS.
Commerce: Business Opportunities
- Team Farm Canada with Farm Canada app. Farm Canada contains the historical data you need to make informed decisions and to keep you current. Team consists of Adam Michaleski and Steven Michaleski, of Calgary, AB and Winnipeg, MB.
- Team datum with Todaytum app. Canadians can find all coverage on specific trending topics. Team consists of King Huang, Ezequiel Perdomo and Stephanie Stobart, of Calgary, AB.
- Team IPPETAD with constellation app. Makes conference planning and joining a breeze using intuitive design and open government data. Team consists of Mariana Finlay, Andrew Fontaine, Ranek Kiil and Jacob Viau, of Edmonton, AB.
- Team DATA ELEPHANT with wanderfull app. Gives you all the information you need while you travel around each city day to day. Team consists of Rudy Desjardins, Francis Jeanson, Jean-Christophe Pilaprat and Marcus Williams, of Toronto and Inisfil, ON.
- Team CFJS with Research.ME app. Canadians can search for academics who received awards by Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Team consists of Christian Béland, Frédéric Morin and Jean-Sébastien Thivierge, of Quebec and Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, QC.
Quality of Life: Healthy Living
- Team YPP with BeeHappy app. Let’s you calculate how happy you are! Get your Happy Score and compare it to others in your area and across the country. Team consists of James Filippelli, Anna Moorhouse and Ken Yong, of Vancouver, BC.
- Team Neighbourfood with Neighbourfood app. Empowers Canadians to make healthy food choices as part of a healthy lifestyle, while encouraging them to engage with their local community. Team consists of Neil Gentleman, Amelia Hardjasa, Fergus Kung and Ivan Zverev, of Vancouver, BC.
- Team Ecotrust Canada with HypochondriApp app. Compares local risks with public perceptions. Team consists of Jim McDiarmid, Charles Fritz, Andrea Robertston and Clark Van Oyen, of Vancouver and Victoria, BC.
- Team Exacto Systems with Prophesy app. Helps Canadians plan finances through post-secondary education and into their careers. Team consists of Alfred Yang, of Richmond Hill, ON.
- Team Padawans with My Canadian Lifestyle app. Helps Canadians determine which city suits best with their lifestyle. Team consists of Johnny Ji, Mariana D'Ornellas, Elle Kasai and John Vidal, of Vancouver and Burnaby, BC.
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Good day to all. Please tell me what kind of contest do you spend? You need to write programs for Android?
Hi Ilya, you can learn more about CODE on our homepage for the competition: http://open.canada.ca/en/canadian-open-data-experience-code. In 2014 and 2015 (the event just took place February 20-22, 2015) Android, iOS, and web apps were all accepted. As well, a full FAQ is available from event partner XMG’s CODE website: https://www.canadianopendataexperience.ca/faq/. Thank you!
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