Saturday, March 4 and Sunday, March 5, 2017
Hennepin County Library – Minneapolis Central, 300 Nicollet Mall – Minneapolis, MN 55401
Geo:Code 2017 is a series of open data workshops and conversations to connect people who live, work and govern in Hennepin County. This year we will have two tracks: a County Camp (a community-led conference) and, as in years past, Code Space for an open hackathon. Participants are welcome to participate in either or both tracks and to switch between tracks during the weekend.
The goal is to create a more accessible government by working with residents and fans of Hennepin County. This event is free and we will serve breakfast and lunch. Bring your ideas, your experiences, and your creativity. Submit an idea for a session when you register.
This event is open to all. We invite ideas, participation, and discussion from anybody interested in government data and technology. Please share this widely with your friends and colleagues so that as many people as possible can take part in the knowledge sharing, discussion, and building.
Get started right now by registering, and tell us what you’d like to lead, present, work on or share.
Please direct any questions to Sarah Carlson.