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Re: [Twin-Cities-Visualization-Group] Tributary.io (D3) Talk and Hack for MN

From: Peter F.
Sent on: Friday, May 24, 2013 2:25 PM
Greetings,

O'Reilly has a deal on data visualization books until May 25, 5 am
PST. Go to the link and it will show you a discount code.

http://goo.gl/lel...­

Includes a book on D3.

Peter


On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 9:48 AM, Alan Palazzolo <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hey all,
>
> I just wanted to announce a couple things.
>
> First, Kristina has coordinated to have the creator of Tributary.io, a
> D3 in-browser coding environment, give a talk here in Minneapolis.
> Tributary.io is pretty amazing and this talk should be very exciting
> for anyone interested in D3.  It looks like it is technically full,
> but maybe some seats will open up or people will drop out as it gets
> closer.
>
> Sunday, June 09 at 4PM
> At Perficient, Inc., 100 6th St N #850b, Minneapolis, MN 55403
> Register: http://enjalotmpl...­
>
>
> Second, next Saturday and Sunday (June 01 and 02) is Hack for MN, a
> National Day of Civic Hacking event here in the Twin Cities.  Read
> below for details
>
> --------------------­--
>
> Hack for MN
> June 1st - 10am to 10pm; and June 2nd - 10am to 5pm
> 818 West 46th St, Minneapolis
> Register, submit ideas, and learn more at http://www.hackfo...­
>
> On behalf of Open Twin Cities and DevJam Studios, I'd like to invite
> everybody to register for Hack for MN, the Minnesota version of the
> National Day of Civic Hacking. Hack for MN will be a two day gathering
> of citizens, community organizations, public servants, designers, and
> developers who will work together on new and improved technology
> projects to serve the Twin Cities.
>
> This event will include remarks from leaders in government IT, include
> the CIO of Minneapolis, the CIO of St. Paul, the Innovation Officer
> for the State of Minnesota IT, and the Secretary of State of
> Minnesota. There will also be small presentations about government
> tech and innovation scheduled through out the hackathon, and mentors
> from private organizations to help teams frame and guide their
> projects. And, thanks to DevJam Studios, there will be food for all
> who come.
>
> At the end of the event, judges will select the most innovative
> projects and award opportunities to talk about their projects with
> those who lead government tech organizations, including government
> CIOs, heads of technology non-profits, and executives in tech
> companies that serve governments.
>
> Most importantly, there will be lots of folks with ideas, experience,
> and skills, eager to build something new and interesting for their
> community over two days. This event is open for all, and is not just
> for coders. Everybody is encourage to come and share their ideas for
> civic technologies, knowledge of their communities, creativity,
> communication skills, project management skills, design skills,
> development skills, or anything that you think can help make your
> community a better place to live. The only requirement we have for
> participants is passion in their community.
>
> If you're interested in the technology that you use to interact with
> your government, please visit http://www.hackfo...­ to register for
> this event. If you have any ideas for projects to work on over this
> two day event, please submit your idea to
> http://www.hackfo...­ , and vote for other projects
> that you think will help the Twin Cities.
>
> --------------------­--
>
>
> --
> Alan Palazzolo
> [address removed]
>
>
>
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