On September 20-22, GreenBiz Group is hosting a #cleanweb hackathon in collaboration with Salesforce.com, the White House DOE, the City of San Francisco and a number of SF Bay Area stakeholders.
For the 2nd year in a row, entrepreneurs, developers, designers, and business professionals will gather at Code for America in order to problem solve, design, and develop applications as concrete solutions for issues pertaining to transportation, material resource use, and the water, energy, and food nexus.
Bring your laptop and show up and help others out. We'll do introductions and team formation on Friday evening, will have a sign-up for people who are looking for a partner/teams to pair with or who want to join a project.
There will be a Data Jam happening in the Ben Franklin Room Saturday afternoon for a deep dive on product development around the Soft Story Ordinance.
Beer, wine and food provided throughout the weekend.
Here's a code for half price tix >>
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- #HackCitySF: Can we use tech to prepare the #BayArea for system failures + natural disasters? We think so. Join us >> http://grn.bz/1d8aIKr
- #Cleanweb: Use tech to prepare the #BayArea for large system failures + natural disasters at #HackCitySF Register >> http://grn.bz/1d8aIKr
- September is Nat'l Preparedness Month - Join us at #HackCitySF to build tools for a #Resilient #SanFrancisco Bay Area http://grn.bz/HackCity13
- Join us Sept 20-22! Hack on civic issues. Make our cities more resilient. Meet the challenge! #WetheGeeks http://grn.bz/HackCity13
Links to share
TO REGISTER: Share the link to the eventbrite page >> http://hackcity.eventbrite.com
EVENT WEBSITE: http://greenbiz.com/hack-city
EDITORIAL: Share this article by GreenBiz Group's executive editor about the hack >>
http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2013/09/03/harnessing-data-sustainability-fun-maybe-profitSan Francisco Mayor's Office of Civic Innovation