You’re Invited: Red Hot Hack!

Looking for an excuse to enjoy scenic views of Minnesota in the springtime? Look no further than Red Hot Hack, to be hosted later this month in beautiful Red Wing, MN. Deploy your geeky skills and/or geeky curiosity to help address community issues and ignite civic innovation along the Mississippi River bluff!

Red Hot HackDo you have geeky skills or geeky curiosity that you’d like to develop in a constructive, community-centered environment? Red Wing Ignite (RWI), a nonprofit business accelerator located in Red Wing, Minnesota, is hosting Red Hot Hack, April 25-27, 2014, in beautiful Red Wing, Minnesota. The organization is looking for “civic minded geeks and geeky wannabes in pursuit of using technology to help address community issues and ignite innovation to advance the way we live, learn and work.”eye with logo reflection
RWI is aligned with US Ignite, an initiative organized by the National Science Foundation and the White House Office of Science and Technology, to promote and accelerate the development of next generation applications. Their efforts focus on six primary areas: education and workplace development, advanced manufacturing, health, transportation, public safety, and clean energy.
You don’t have to know how to code in order to participate. For more information visit the registration site.
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One Response to “You’re Invited: Red Hot Hack!”
  1. Anonymous says:

    Check your facts; US Ignite is an industry trade group.

    http://us-ignite.org/what-is-us-ignite/common-questions/

    Does NSF fund US Ignite?

    No, the US Ignite Partnership is an independent organization, which receives funding from its partner companies, such as Juniper, Cisco, Verizon, and Comcast.

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