Geo:Code is back, and we have expanded based on your feedback!
Join Open Twin Cities and Hennepin County for one of the most important civic tech events in the Twin Cities. Geo:Code 2017 is a series of open data workshops and conversations to connect people who live, work and govern in Hennepin County. This year we will have two tracks: a county camp unconference and, as in years past, coding space for an open hackathon. Participants are welcome to participate in either or both tracks and to switch through out the weekend.
The goal is to create a more accessible government by working with residents and fans of Hennepin County. This event is free and we will serve breakfast and lunch. Geo:Code 2017 will be held at the Minneapolis Central Library. Bring your ideas, your experiences, and your creativity. Submit an idea for a session below once you have registered.Get started right now by clicking Register Now. Once you're registered, tell us what you’d like to lead, present, discuss, work on or share by Submitting an Idea below. Visit http://www.hennepin.us/geocode to learn more about Geo:Code 2017.
This event runs from March 4 at 9:00am to March 5 at 5:00pm
This is Open Twin Cities's CoEventer home. This will be a place for community idea submittion, voting, volunteering, event registration and other CoEventer event activities.
Geo:Code 2.0 from March 5 at 9:00am to March 6 at 5:00pm
Code Switch from June 4 at 9:00am to June 5 at 5:00pm
CoEventer is a collaborative, idea driven event planning tool. Unconferences, hackathons and other events with community driven agendas require some upfront work. CoEventer helps you from start to finish: Collecting community ideas, voting and volunteering to help collaborate; Inviting collaborators and collecting registrations; Presentations to wrap up your events. CoEventer helps you with each step.