CiviCode Day Event (redux)
Thursday, June 3, 2010 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)
CiviCode Day will be co-located with the Hacker Lounge of Open Source Bridge at the Portland Art Museum, in the Sunken Ballroom of the Mark Building. An un-conference styled event, kicked off with a keynote address by our Mayor, Sam Adams, followed by brief introductions of project ideas in the morning, then breaking out into groups for the remainder of the day for a "hack-a-thon" with your peers. The last hour or so will be reserved for a show-and-tell of our work.
CiviCode Day is dedicated to the sharing and mashing up of your ideas with your peers.
- Share and Discuss your 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 or more 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 CivicApps.org project.
Don't miss the precursor event, the CivicApps Ideas Discussion, one week prior on Thursday, May 27th, 6pm at the Portland Building Auditorium, http://civicideas.eventbrite.com
To learn more about the Open Source Bridge Conference, please see http://opensourcebridge.org
Registration is limited, so register today and connect with your peers!