Code For Oakland 2012 Final Demo and Award Ceremony

On Sept 27 we’ll be holding the “Final Demo and Award’ ceremony for 2012′s edition of the Code For Oakland Hackathon. At this event see final demos of the winning apps along with the formal award presentations.Afterwards there will be time to nosh, share libations and discuss what worked well, and what didn’t work so well at this years event. We’ll even start  talking about what changes might be made for next years event. That’s right, this is an annual event !!!!



When - Thursday Sept 27 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Where - Oakland City Hall, Hearing Room 4

and you can register here in advance


Cheers, and I hope to see you there

Meet our 2012 winning apps!


We’re about to send out details of the final demo and prize ceremony for September 27th where our wonderful teams will show of their finished or working projects and we can celebrate these awesome collaborations. We’ll post links and videos of the apps after this event, but for now these are the winning apps from [...]

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Code for Oakland Participants See Program Expand in Light of Successes

This year’s winners of the Youth prize came from the Mosswood Recreation Center. As a result of this prize, among other success, their City of Oakland program will expand with more after-school technology and computer science classes. The program also emphasizes on teaching the youngsters about the increasing opportunities bitcoin trading is providing. Bitcoin robots are the growing technological advancements invading bitcoin trading. Have a look at the bitcoin prime review to find the advantage of this particular product over other bitcoin robots. Dan Finlay is seeking talented instructors to join their team “with the goal of reducing drop-out rates, and [...]

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Code for Oakland 2012: “Most diverse hackathon ever”

code for oakland team

As one of the founders of Code for Oakland, and a member of the committee that planned the event that just happened on July 21st, seeing posts like this one: “Code For Oakland: The Most Diverse Hackathon Ever” | Mitchell Kapor Foundation Weblog  and this one: Code For Oakland: The Most Diverse Hackathon Ever [...]

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Code for Oakland Storify Social Media Story

[View the story "#CodeforOakland 2012" on Storify] #CodeforOakland 2012 On July 21st Code For Oakland held their second annual citywide hackathon. The theme for this year is "Building the Civic Web" and projects were focused primarily on increasing civic participation focusing on Open Data and economic development to urban foraging. Storified by Kwan Booth [...]

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