National Day of Civic Hacking | Code for Boulder Hackathon 2017

Saturday September, 23rd from 8:30am to 7:00pm

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Enabling community members to collaboratively solve local problems with technology.

We are community organizers, subject-matter experts, designers, technologists, UX/UI experts, interested residents, and more who are working for a better Boulder, a better America and a better tomorrow.

As the Boulder brigade of Code for America, we are a non-partisan, non-political organization working to create low-risk settings for innovation between citizens and government.

Photo by Bradley Huchteman

Join us

Are you passionate about a local cause? Do you have skills that you want to learn or apply to build digital products that can benefit your community? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then you are already on your way to become a valuable member of Code for Boulder.

There are multiple ways members can get involved including but not limited to:

  • Pitching idea(s)
  • Using new/current skills to build a project within a team
  • Hosting a workshop
  • Helping Code for Boulder with goals setting and achievement

At Code for Boulder, we do our best to find a role/project that fits your profile and our goals and therefore would love to meet you and know more about you.

You can find more information about our weekly Wednesday night meeting on meetup.com or get in touch with us through Slack and Github.

Meet us at aMeetup

  1. We meet every Wednesday at 6:30pm for Project evaluation or Code for Boulder Project.

Projects

Projects are actionable ideas brought to life through collaboration in which everyone has the talents to contribute to. From idea pitching to live product, we use an agile process where a product champion and tech lead will build and manage the team and tasks necessary to the project completion.

Current projects

Featured projects

Coming soon.

Contact us

We'd love to get in touch with you, talk about your interests, motivations and how you can contribute to Code for Boulder. If meetup and Slack are not good options, feel free to email us at hi[at]codeforboulder.org or contact our organizers individually.