Project Demo Night!
Want to see how volunteers are using technology to tackle hard challenges in San Francisco? Code for SF is hosting a demo night of the projects our members are building.
Project leaders will give a 3-5 minute presentation and pitch: the problem they are solving, solution they are building, and next steps/opportunities for involvement with plenty of time before and after for chatting.
See what Code for SF is doing, meet the people building these solutions, and even join a project!
Dinner will be provided.
Campaign Finance Tool
Data science collaboration with students from the California State University, Monterey Bay, to Increase transparency around campaign finance transactions at the local and state level.
Small Business Administration
Data science collaboration with the Small Business Administration to help better visualize the entities they provide resources to.
Accurate and timely measurement of housing ecosystem in San Francisco.
Brigade project matching
Project by the UX group aimed at helping new Code for San Francisco members find projects that fit their skills and interests.
Collaboration with the SF Public Utilities Commission to reduce flooding and encourage community engagement by adopting local storm drains.
SF Fire Risk Project
Identifying the risk of fire in the city of San Francisco, using Data Science and Predictive Modeling.
Helping San Francisco neighborhood leaders visualize their disaster resources
Harnessing the power of the internet to collaboratively solve big problems.
If you have a project to present, but haven’t had a chance to sign up yet, please fill out the submission form.
6:00p Doors open, socialize and eat dinner
7:00p Project presentations and demos
9:00p Demos expected to end; chat with the project teams
10:00p doors close and lights out.
6 PM, Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Code for America