CiviCode Day: Come hack with the city on May 1

On March 17, the City of Portland announced a CivicApps contest. And now, they’re hosting a day-long hackathon to get creative juices flowing. Register today!

Here’s the announcement the Mayor’s office just put out:

CivicApps CiviCode Day Event, Saturday, May 1st

CiviCode Day will be a free, all-day un-conference styled event, featuring an “Ideas Summit” in the morning, followed by an afternoon “Codefest” with your peers. Both technical and non-technical participants are encouraged to attend. Lunch, snacks, and drinks will be provided.
CiviCode Day is dedicated to the sharing and mashing up of your ideas with your peers.

  • Share and Discuss both “raw” and project ideas with others
  • Get Your Questions Answered on readily available datasets and/or inform data providers first hand of what type of datasets you need to turn your ideas into reality
  • Discover or Recruit Others to collaborate with on interesting projects
  • Mashup Prototypes as proof-of-concepts with your fellow developers

CiviCode Day will be attended by developers, collaboration seekers, data providers, contest organizers, and a wide array of local business people looking to learn more about the project.

Register today and connect with your peers!

To register:
On Twitter: @CivicApps

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