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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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What We Worked on at This Year’s CodeAcross

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

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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Collaboration with the City

Last year’s National Day of Civic Hacking was a huge event: we collaborated on a project with FEMA, we held a hack day at the Tulsa Library for TulsaWiki, and we worked on LocalTour.  We all collectively agreed that there was no

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Tulsa’s CodeAcross Projects

Code for Tulsa + TU ACM

Code for Tulsa, and the TU Student ACM organization worked together for a weekend of civic hacking at this year’s CodeAcross event, hosted by Code for America (full list of hosts, sponsors, and producers, here and news coverage, here). The event

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Code Across 2014: Beyond Transparency

The Tulsa Community Joins Together for Weekend 
of Civic Innovation: Feb 22-23 Co-produced by Code for Tulsa, Civic Ninjas and TU’s Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the event will focus on taking government data and using

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