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Revolution Hall

1300 Southeast Stark Street
Portland, OR 97214, United States (map)

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  • Friday
    Apr 28 2017
    Design Week Portland Open House

    Revolution Hall

    roboboogie is a data driven design one stop shop. We spend our days searching the nooks and crannies of our partners sites to improve conversion rates, and apply our strategic design chops to improve the user experience. Optimization is the name of our game, and we’d love for you to come learn more about what we have to offer.

    Stop by our Open House for some live music, snacks, and do some A/B testing of our delicious beers.

    RSVP ONLINE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dwp-2017-open-house-roboboogie-registration-32644964969

  • Sunday
    May 22 2016
    Hack Oregon Spring Buildathon

    Revolution Hall

    Hack Oregon Spring Buildathon!

    Presented with The Oregonian and OregonLive

    What is it?

    Believe it or not, Hack Oregon actually doesn’t really do a lot of Hackathons. We form specialized teams to build software and open data stories for important themes in Oregon, and work and iterate incrementally over months to create a product.

    The “Buildathon” is the one day where we open up our project teams for guest contributors that want to be part of the magic and build something amazing, but might not have the time to participate in our months-long project season.

    What’s the goal?

    The Buildathon is a production sprint. We’ve laid the groundwork to do research, visualizations, and data storytelling quickly, and we need your help to bring our projects to the next level. Be prepared to make friends and be an instant part of our Hack Oregon family!

    How can I get involved?

    By joining our sprint, you’ll be placed with a team that needs extra hands on deck in your particular skill set. We’re working toward a public demo day in June, where you can proudly present alongside your team.

    Here are the two ways to join the event:

    1. We have open roles for experienced developers, creatives, and multimedia storytellers on each team. If you'd like to join one of the project teams for the day, we'll need to match you with the team that needs your skills most and give you an onboarding package. Fill out this inquiry form along with your eventbrite RSVP, and we will be in touch with you shortly!
    2. If you are a new to coding or want to contribute in a non-tech way, we have a highly appreciated team working on research, fact-checking, and user testing. No inquiry form required, just go ahead and RSVP for "Research Team". We can't wait to meet you!


    • Team T Shirt
    • All Day Food
    • Profound Glory

    Project Teasers

    Food Insecurity: “Oregon Hunger Equation”

    Why does Oregon consistently have one of the highest reported rates of food insecurity in the country? We’re analyzing links between regional cost of living, benefit programs, and local school districts to solve for systemic causes of hunger at home.

    Campaign Finance: “Behind the Curtain”

    Hack Oregon has the only machine readable database for local campaign finance in the country. We’re adding in new meta-data and working on fascinating high level view of influence and money in Oregon’s election cycles.

    Urban Development: “Plot PDX”

    Data can tell us a lot about our neighborhoods. We’re building maps that take a non-typical approach to hard truths about urban growth, concentration of wealth, and the digital divide.

    Agriculture: “Crop Compass”

    In the Pacific Northwest, we live in one of the most rich biospheres in the world, with global demand for Oregon grown products. We have the ability to produce a wide range of food in Oregon, but we’re far from self-sustaining. How do our economic and environmental factors work together to shape our food system?

    Education: "Programming for Progress"

    Across Oregon, some schools are lucky enough to have free or low cost summer school programming and/or afterschool programming. How much of a difference can that programming make for early literacy, attendance, and future academic success of students? What does could this say about Oregon’s statewide performance, and especially those districts facing higher poverty?

    Eventbrite RSVP Here!