Author: Bill Bushey

Capitol Code In 3 Minutes

Did you miss Capitol Code: An Open Data Jam? Or do you want to relive that day? Watch the recap video and experience that day in 3 minutes!

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Capitol Code in the Press

It has only been four days, but already coverage from the media and bloggers is flooding in about this weekend’s Capitol Code: An Open Data Jam! Tech.MN spent the whole day at Capitol Code interviewing the organizers, capturing the final presentations, and writing up the whole experience; KSTP, the Twin Cities ABC affiliate, covered Capitol […]

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Capitol Code Projects

By: Bill Bushey & Laura Andersen We would like to thank Tech.MN for recording and posting videos of the final project presentations, which are linked to below. Ambitor Most Design Driven Contact: Ray Finzel Slides Video Github A tool to help plan outdoor trips, such as to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, based on entry […]

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Participant Post: Capitol Code and the Public Data Ecosystem

By: Roxanne Johnson Yesterday I attended Capitol Code: an Open Data Jam put on by the Secretary of State’s Office. The event was focused on showcasing the possibilities of using public data to solve community problems, drive innovation and entrepreneurship, and make information more accessible to residents of Minnesota. After a kick-off from Mark Ritchie, […]

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Presentation Requirements

Teams that have worked together during Capitol Code will be asked to make a short presentation (3 minutes, plus 2 for questions) at the end of the event so that all participants and the public will get a chance to see what everybody worked on. This presentation should consist of no more than five slides […]

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We’ve Added Some FAQs

Got questions about Capitol Code? Hopefully we have answers for you in our new FAQs page. As more details are finalized leading up to the event, we’ll add more questions and answers to the page, and we’ll update the blog to let you know. Logistics What do I need to bring? Bring yourself, a computer, […]

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Capitol Code: An Open Data Jam

You’re Invited — Capitol Code: An Open Data Jam • February 22, 2014 The Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State and its partners are proud to invite you to Capitol Code: An Open Data Jam, to help build the Minnesota of the 21st century using public data — and your ideas. All citizens are […]

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