New open data on trash/recycling
A new data set on Denver trash and recycling schedules was just published to the…
Code for Boulder convened for its 43rd project night last Wednesday. The first project night was held on February 22, 2014. We have come a long way since then, with 4 civic projects in the works, a strong regular group of participants, a growing membership and an increasing network of partners.
The Trends Online project held their Team Formation Meeting where they focused on getting to know the skills, talents and motivations of their members, along with setting some ground rules for how they will operate as a team.
Brandon from the Fruit Rescue team has set up a trello board for their issues. Hansel Lopez, a new member of Code for Boulder and a student at RefacturU demo’d his leaflet Mapping application which will be incorporated into the Fruit Rescue product!
The Trailsy team has set up a static website for their application which you can find at trailsy. They also are working on refining the user interface of their product.
Efforts in Permit Planning are centered on defining product requirements and a feature set, which will help them partition their project into development tasks.
Thank you to our generous sponsors – Impact Hub Boulder for hosting our project meetings and Rally for helping with the refreshments.
Impact Hub Boulder provides a productive workspace, effective programming, and a collaborative network to accelerate our member’s efforts toward creating a positive impact on the world.
Rally For Impact is our corporate social responsibility commitment to mobilize citizen engineers, serve our communities and protect the planet.