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Okay, what'd I miss? Happy Hour

A crazy amount of information was shared at the non-profit focused MAP and MCN Tech Conference and NTEN’s NTC! Even if you attended both of the conferences, it’s impossible to have made it to all the sessions you wanted to. Well, have we got a deal for you! Whether you attended the conferences or not, … Continued

VIDEO: MIA Director of Technology, Douglas Hegley

Software for Good had a chance to talk with Douglas Hegley, the Director of Technology at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Doug will be joining Software for Good in discussing The Intersection of Nonprofits and Technology at MinneBar on April 6th. View on YouTube

Panelists Announced! The Intersection of Nonprofits and Technology at MinneBar

This Saturday, Software for Good is leading a panel discussion at MinneBar on The Intersection of Nonprofits and Technology.  We are excited to announce today that those nonprofit technologists panelists are: Damien Riehl is an Attorney at Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi, where he is a litigator who regularly works on nonprofit cases. LinkedIn Douglas Hegley is the Technology … Continued

Space for Art

Are you a local artist looking for wall space? Not that long ago we expanded into the office space that Hello Viking had occupied. They’ve moved on and now we have this empty wall that needs some color.  I mean, we all like white spaces … especially big whiteboards where we can diagram and wireframe … Continued

Come meet us at the MinneBar Conference!

Every year the MinneBar crowd descends on the Best Buy headquarters to talk about the latest technology and software techniques. New products are announced, the latest software is debated, and the community collaborates. Last year there were about 1000 attendees.  This year Software for Good is leading a session on The Intersection of Nonprofits and … Continued

Cory Preus Speaks at Ruby.MN about an iOS Game

Our own Cory Preus will be speaking at Ruby.MN tonight. He will be presenting an iOS game he’s been developing using RubyMotion and the Objective-C library to Firebase. Having seen a quick preview of the slide deck, we are looking forward to it. Hope to see you there! Until then, here’s Cory explaining some confusing code … Continued