Come to Code for Milwaukee's Hack Night! Hack nights are a great way for anyone (technical or non-technical) to come together and work on solving problems affecting our local community. Whether you are coding, designing, strategizing, or something else you are welcome to attend and collaborate!
Mitchell Henke is a software architect at the RokkinCat and one of the co-founders of Code for Milwaukee. His efforts involve using software and data analytics to better understand issues around transportation, land use, and public safety. His presentation will discuss his project showing how bus schedule speeds vary throughout the day (https://civics.mitchellhenke.com/transit), and how we can use that understanding to build a better bus system.
Agenda (Times Approximate, May be Subject to Change):
6:00 to 6:15 - Arrival, Registration, Food Service
6:15 to 6:20 - Welcome from Code for Milwaukee
6:20 to 6:40 - Presentation (Save Questions for Q&A)
6:40 to 6:45 - Presentation Q&A
6:45 to 7:00 - Breakout Group Introductions
- New members need to attend Orientation in a separate space before starting to contribute to CfM.
- Speaker will have a breakout group for discussing their presentation, ideas, detailed questions, etc.
- New breakout groups MUST be registered at https://forms.gle/6ZKzKj2HKG5bMq8j6 in order to receive introductory time.
7:00 to 9:00 - Open Collaboration and Hacking
9:00 to 9:10 - Updates from the Groups, Next Steps Discussion, Announcements
9:30 - Hard Stop, Doors Closed and Locked
Parking is free in the lot adjoining the building. Please be mindful as to not park in spaces marked for MATC, however you may park in spots labeled "Reserved for Layer One Media" or other unlabeled spots in the lot.
Please fill up the spots marked "Layer One Media" (closest to the building) before moving to further rows.
Diversity, Inclusion, and Code of Conduct:
CfM aims for its events to be inclusive Safe Spaces and has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment or discrimination. By attending, you agree to Code for America's Code of Conduct, located at
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