This page provides information about Go Code Colorado 2020 which was canceled due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. Check back early 2021 for information about the next Go Code Colorado.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW!
Join Go Code Colorado communication channels:
Slack – It is mandatory for the team lead to be registered in our Go Code Colorado Slack workspace.
Newsletter – Sign up for our newsletter and keep up to date with the competition, resources, and tips for the challenge.
Read the competition rules and judging criteria:
Learn about the rules to compete including Requirements, Participant Disclosure, Submission Requirements, Semi-Finals, Finals, and Rules of the Competition Process:
Learn about the Business Application Track judging criteria.
Learn about the Business Analytic Track judging criteria.
Attend the events:
At least one team member must be registered for and attend a Challenge Day.
Finalist teams must attend and present at the Final Competition to be eligible to win.
Form a team:
Must have at least two (2) people in a team to compete.
A team must be part of the Go Code Colorado GitHub repo (github.com/GoCodeColorado), created through the#team-registration channel in Slack.
Create a submission:
Challenge Statement: Use public data to help businesses (for-profit or not-for-profit) improve their companies and communities.
Business Analytics Track: In the Analytics Track, teams compete in analyzing Colorado’s public data to provide useful insights and recommendations that benefit business decision-makers in Colorado.
Business Application Track: In the Application Track, teams compete to create market-relevant applications or tools using public data – that provide solutions for business decision-makers in Colorado.