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.
These volunteers are working to increase voter knowledge, reduce flooding in SF, understand the relationship between demographic and contextual factors contribute to juvenile arrests, and much more. There will be quick presentations (with questions) followed by a social event. See what Code for SF is doing, meet the people building these solutions, and even join a project!
Presenting projects include:
Reduce flooding by keeping storm drains clear
Helping voters vote their values, and encourage their friends to vote.
SF Crime Data
Reduce paper public records requests made to SFPD, by delivering fast, accurate OpenData in a web browser.
Modeling Neighborhood Mobility
Evaluating how the proximity area of departure point and destination factor in
vehicle trip decisions and management.
Friends of the Urban Forest
Analyzing new tree inventory data
UX Research Group
Matching new members with project teams based on their mutual interests and skills
DSWG Bay Area Homeless Project
Help homeless service providers understand which programs and services are most effective in leading to permanent housing
Understanding traffic fatalities
Traffic fatalities in the US jumped sharply in 2015 and we're trying to understand why
San Francisco Fire Risk Project
Help fire departments with their inspection process and inform public of fire risks in their area.
SAN FRANCISCO STOP VIOLENCE BOOK (SFSBOOK)
Helping domestic violence survivors with resources and protect themselves from domestic violence
AskDarcel provides underserved people and case managers a peer-reviewed, continuously updated directory of resources nearby.
Myanmar Clean Energy Challenge
Providing clean energy access in Myanmar
More projects to follow shortly.
If you have a project to present, but haven't had a chance to sign up yet, please fill out this form. We'll take new submissions on a first-come-first-serve basis until we run out of time for presentations.
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.
If you have questions, please reach out over Slack, contact the organizers via meetup, or drop by on Wednesday evening.