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Go Code Colorado winners include Springs team

The three teams that won this year’s Go Code Colorado challenge — a program of the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office that wrapped up...

Springs teams win local Go Code challenge

Two Colorado Springs-based teams won the local round of Go Code Colorado — a development challenge in which people use public data to create apps...
City Councilor Tom Strand (right) talks about the significance of the Go Code competition.

Epicentral hosts local launch of Go Code Colorado

During the Colorado Springs launch of Go Code Colorado — a statewide challenge in which developers and entrepreneurs form teams to create apps using public data — organizers and participants brainstormed problems they might set out to solve. “Create an app that uses public data to solve a problem for business decision makers,” said Program […]
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Epicentral hosts local launch of Go Code Colorado

During the Colorado Springs launch of Go Code Colorado — a statewide challenge in which developers and entrepreneurs form teams to create apps using public...

Colorado Springs team wins Go Code

A group of six local entrepreneurs was one of three teams to come out on top during the third Go Code Colorado finals May...
Secretary of State Wayne Williams (left) congratulates GetRouted, one of the winning teams.

Business locals take on Go Code

Seven Colorado Springs teams gave their start-up ideas a fighting chance on April 3 — building, adjusting and pitching their business concepts, with two teams selected to compete in the statewide competition May 26. About 35 local entrepreneurs and developers put their skills together during the third annual Go Code Colorado challenge, developing sustainable apps […]
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Anthony Hyatt of Magneti Marketing in Colorado Springs represented Quizata last week in Denver.

No wins for Springs at Go Code finale

Go Code Colorado, the app-development challenge created last year by the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office, was well attended May 21 in Denver by more than two dozen enthusiastic locals. But, despite their efforts, the two Colorado Springs teams walked away without accolades. “We really enjoyed going to Denver to watch the nine teams from […]
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Secretary of State Wayne Williams, Go Code organizer Hannah Parsons and others watch as teams present their app concepts Sunday night at Epicentral Coworking in downtown Colorado Springs.

Two teams reach state Go Code finals

After a weekend-long scramble to develop apps that serve the state’s business community, two Colorado Springs teams were chosen to represent the region in this year’s Go Code Colorado challenge. The second annual app-development event kicked off April 8 at the Denver Art Museum and was followed by “Challenge Weekend.” Beginning Friday evening, competitors in […]
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Epicentral’s Lisa Tessarowicz and Frank Frey plan to open the new Ivywild space in April.

Epicentral adds Ivywild site, hosts Go Code

Just under a year after buying a new building for her business, Epicentral Coworking owner Lisa Tessarowicz has signed a lease at the Ivywild...

Go Code receives Harvard recognition

Go Code Colorado, the country’s first statewide civic app challenge, has been recognized by Harvard’s Kennedy School as a “Bright Idea.” The Kennedy School recognized the Go Code, of which Colorado Springs was one of five competing cities, through its Innovations in American Government Awards program, according to a news release. “Go Code Colorado, at […]
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Spencer Norman (foreground) and Scooter Wadsworth (back right) presented their app Friday at the final event in Denver.

Third place in Go Code might not be enough

A Colorado Springs-based startup business won third place last week in the state’s inaugural Go Code Colorado challenge, but now faces major business decisions before moving toward complete viability. The eight members of Local Sage, after forming a winning team and developing a marketable app, now are weighing their options before accepting the $10,000 award […]
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Go Code helps small business

More than 30 designers, developers, coders and tech enthusiasts assembled last weekend in downtown Colorado Springs to compete in a challenge with but one goal: to serve the state’s business community. March 21 marked the launch of Go Code Colorado, a challenge in which makeshift teams develop web-based applications designed to help entrepreneurs make more […]
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