Whether you are a developer, designer, marketer, thinker, entrepreneur or a general doer, it doesn’t matter – Colorado needs you! Building successful, sustainable apps with public data that local businesses can actually use will require all kinds of folks helping in hands-on economic development.
Go Code Colorado needs your support! Thanks to initial funding from the Joint Budget Committee, we are able to create this great challenge, but now we need to raise the money to support it, attract the right talent to participate in it, and engage volunteers to help staff it.
Go Code Colorado wouldn’t be coding or building community without our fabulous sponsors adding value and helping us make the competition great. Each of these sponsors provided financial support, allowing our 4th annual program to remain completely free to participate in. AT&T: Back for a second year as the Summit Sponsor, AT&T not only […]Read More
Nearly 240 people participated in Challenge Weekend 2017, building apps and business concepts across the Centennial state in five cities: Colorado Springs, Denver, Durango, Fort Collins and Grand Junction. Two advancing teams (finalists below) from each region demonstrated the goods (i.e. brilliant use of public data, feasibility and attractiveness to the marketplace), creating genuine value for […]Read More
Water rights, farm-fresh food and housing development are a few of our favorite teams Finalists from Challenge Weekend events in Colorado Springs, Denver, Durango, Fort Collins and Grand Junction advance to the statewide event, with three $25,000 awards at stake. DENVER, April 10, 2017 — Go Code Colorado, an award-winning program that turns public […]Read More