Map with info on parking and location (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxCGb2OaeO5uTnNEM0N0RlFiUUU/view).
Open Data Day (http://opendataday.org/) is a gathering of citizens in communities around the world to explore open public data, create apps, and publish analyses to show support for open data policies by local, regional and national governments.
Join Code for San Jose as we bring together data geeks, developers, designers, writers, civic leaders, activists, government staff and everyday citizens to discuss, share and create using open data for San Jose and the South Bay.
Lunch (a wide variety of super-tasty banh mi sandwiches) and beverages will be provided (thanks Microsoft!) to keep you going throughout the afternoon.
Participants of all ages, skills, backgrounds and interests are welcome.
Bring a laptop if possible.
12:30pm: Introductions and divide into project teams
4:30pm: Lightning talks (project updates)
We'll even have a special guest appearance by Mayor Sam Liccardo in the afternoon...
Questions?: Please contact Code for San Jose Co-Captains Kalen and Michelle at [masked] and [masked].
To learn more about Code for San Jose, visit our website (http://www.codeforsanjose.org) and join our Meetup group (http://www.meetup.com/Code-for-San-Jose/). Stay up to date by liking us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/codeforsanjose) and following us on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/codeforsanjose).
Learn more about CodeAcross events across the United States here (https://www.codeforamerica.org/events/codeacross-2016/).