Posts Tagged ‘prizes’
It’s ironic that most developer conferences are nothing but speakers. It’s like developers spend all year avoiding meetings so they can come to one event and do nothing but sit in meetings for a few days.
Binpress is a new startup that’s built a marketplace for code. Sell your code, buy code from others. Whether you have a content management system, a plugin for WordPress or Drupal, or a great new UI widget built with jQuery, Binpress helps you market and sell your code. They take care of the license agreements, the ecommerce, and all the hassles associated with selling software.
Tropo and GeoLoqi would like to thank all of the participants in the yesterday’s 8 hour open government hackathon! At 8:30 AM, approximately 25 code warriors converged on NedSpace, a Portland co-working space, for a full day of social hacking and a mission to change the world. The goal was to find local government data available through either CivicApps.org, run by Rick Nixon and the city of Portland, or PDX API, run by Max Ogden – master opengov hacker, and integrate it into an application that used either Tropo’s cloud communications API or GeoLoqi’s geo API (or both).