Heroes and Heroines abound Out of the seven teams, five created viable products and two created compelling prototypes. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone enter their apps in the national contest. First Place: All Income Foods by: Michelle Koeth, Aaron Bannert, Ysiad Ferreiras and Jeremy Canfield All Income Foods from Arthur Grau on Vimeo. Third ... more
Local code-a-thons are subject to the same rules and conditions outlined in the official rules of the general contest. All local winners are eligible for all prizes in the national competition. Judging and Criteria for Local Event 1. There will be 3-5 judges chosen by Sponsors at sponsors’ sole discretion. All decisions of the Sponsors and ... more
Erin Hirsch. Chief of People Services at Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin Counties is a human resources executive, visionary systems thinker and organization development expert. She dedicates her time to recovering value in both people and material goods through interdependent, transparent and accountable businesses and programs. Charles Baker. A creative strategist ... more
That’s right, the SF Applications For Good Code-A-Thon is THIS Friday and Saturday, May 6th and 7th! We will be giving away $1,000 worth of prizes, courtesy of AT&T and One Economy. Take some 20% time on Friday from 3:00-4:00 to hear community needs directly from our partners, get a close to realtime report on ... more
The Challenge Develop fun and engaging mobile applications and games that help hard working families: becomeconnected learners, find jobs, trim the fat, and build financial security. Applications for Good, the San Francisco Department of Technology, Code for America and Goodwill Industries are joining forces to bring you a tech event like no other. This San Francisco code-a-thon is one of ... more
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