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Announcing Go Code Colorado

From: Brian Gryth <briangryth@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2014 08:07:16 -0700
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Hello all,

I apologize for the cross post.

Today, the State of Colorado is announcing a new open government and open
government initiative called Go Code Colorado. Go Code Colorado is an apps
challenge designed to make public data more accessible and user-friendly.
Teams of developers and entrepreneurs across the state will compete to
solve business problems and grow our economy, by building apps that will
help Colorado companies thrive. The Challenge starts in five locations
across the state-- Boulder, Colorado Springs, Durango, Ft. Collins and
Grand Junction -- and continues with a Mentor Checkin and a Finalist
Competition in Denver. A stipend will cover all finalists' travel expenses
to Denver for the  Mentor Checkin and Finalist Competition. The three
finalist apps judged to be the best will take home $25,000, $15,000 or
$10,000 in incentives on May 9th. To sign-up and get involved go to:
gocode.colorado.gov

Please feel free contact me with inquiries or specific questions at
brian.gryth@state.co.us.

Thanks,
Brian Gryth

<http://twitter.com/briangryth>
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