Civic Tech Tulsa 2016

Join us for a full day of civic technology talks, and projects.   Featured projects. 1. Crow Creek water quality testing. codesy sponsorship. savecrowcreek.org (Github) We have once again invited Blue Thumb OK to work with us. At CodeAcross this past

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Groundwork

The inner-workings of any City Hall are slow, and quiet. These buildings are full of dedicated public servents diligently implementing policy, and making sure that decisions are properly vetted and approved. This is quite a massive culture shock to a

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National Day 2015: Wrap-up

This year we hosted our third, and without a doubt our best National Day of Civic Hacking event. We had more of a diversity of projects, more participation and partnerships with other groups, and more support from the city gov. than

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Join us for National Day of Civic Hacking

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Code for Tulsa, the city’s local brigade of the national Code for America organization, will unite local government agencies and software developers, as well as the EPA and NASA – at this year’s National Day of Civic Hacking event, this

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What We Worked on at This Year’s CodeAcross

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This weekend Code for Tulsa hosted one of 60 CodeAcross events (#codeacross) around the globe. At the Flyloft in Tulsa’s Brady Arts District, Code for Tulsa members worked on five tech initiatives for the community of Tulsa. Inspired by a

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Tulsa CodeAcross 2015

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We provide the space, wifi, food, and some easy starter projects. You just have to show up with a computer and a desire to help Tulsa! Come for an hour or the whole weekend. Fly Loft 117 N Boston Ave.,

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Tulsa’s Open Data Policy: What We Learned

The conversation around Open Data began in late 2012 / early 2013. After having worked on a couple different gov tech projects (creating a boundary service, working with TulsaTransit to get their data on to googlemaps, and working with the

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