Join. Learn. Hack.
CodeAcross 2016 unites civic enthusiasts, citizens, technologists, and engaged individuals an effort in dozens of cities around the world. Join Code for San Francisco's CodeAcross from 9:00am-5pm on Saturday, March 5, 2016.
Who? Neighbors, designers, engineers, people living/working in SF. You. Please tell us about yourself in this survey.
Why? To strengthen our community and services by working and learning together
What? Three tracks to choose from or to jump between! 1) Join one of our existing project teams or launch a new one 2) Learn about SF OpenData and join our active data science working group 3) Participate in unconference discussion groups and workshops on topics relevant to San Francisco and to civic hacking
Agenda (plus breakfast, lunch, & breaks)
9:00a - welcome, setting intention for the day, intro remarks by SF and project pitches
10:00a - data & projects kickoff, unconference schedule building
10:30a - first unconference session
11:30a - lunch break
12:30p - data & projects groups resume, second unconference session 1:45p - third unconference session
3:00p - fourth unconference session
4:15p - demos and reports by teams, groups, and individuals 5:00p - closing remarks and migration to nearby happy hour
Come for the day. Help with challenges. Bring new ideas. Recruit for a project.
Please invite anyone who may want to join us.
Want to volunteer for a role setting up or cleaning up? Please let us know here.
Code for San Francisco wishes to thank our generous sponsors for making this event possible:
Microsoft - the mission of Microsoft's Reactor Project is to establish a permanent presence in key locations where developers congregate to help activate and support the community.
Braintree Payments is a full-stack payments platform that makes it easy to accept payments in your app or website.
Exygy helps government design and implement digital services more efficiently and effectively via human centered design and agile software development.
CodeAcross SF will hold our leadership and participants to the Code for San Francisco Code of Conduct.
9 AM, Saturday, March 5, 2016