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Because capable individuals with open, accessible, and complete information have the power to demand accountability, increase policy effectiveness, and build a better world.

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The latest stories released by DG

IODC 2015

Talking Open Data and Fiscal Transparency at IODC 2015

Over the next couple of days, we’re looking forward to discussing open data successes, challenges, and impact to-date at the International Open Data Conference. Hosted by the Government of Canada, Canada’s International Development Research Centre, and the World Bank, hundreds of individuals from around the world will gather in Ottawa to exchange ideas and work together to enable the Data Revolution.

May 28, 2015

scrum communication

Why Does DG Use Scrum?

Have you ever wondered how the software you use gets built? We at Development Gateway use the “Scrum” approach to develop our software. Scrum is a group of software development methods that wrap around existing engineering practices. Scrum easily handles changing priorities, improves communication, maximizes cooperation, increases productivity and it detects and promotes early removal of obstacles. The basic tenets of Scrum are that is it empirical, iterative, incremental, feature-based, and business value-driven.

May 26, 2015

gender imbalance graph

Unlocking Old Problems with New Tools

Based on data from the World Bank, found here, there are an estimated 60 more million men than women on this planet. This difference is the highest ever recorded and is driven by preference for sons in India and China. Case closed, no need to do further analysis right? Well not so fast…

May 22, 2015